The labor and political organizing of Somali immigrants in the US Midwest should inspire more Americans to join the broader movement for worker rights and racial equality.
A plea for foodie celebrities like Chang, the host of a popular Netflix show, to take African cuisine seriously.
Dennis Goldberg’s passing and a new film presents an opportune moment to revisit The Rivonia Trial and consider the lessons of this trial and the lives of these defendants for contemporary South Africa.
The story of Surya Bonaly, and her unwillingness to yield to racist demands and expectations in the sport of figure skating.
South Africa’s most famous monarch holds fast to power and prestige at no cost to himself.
South African public life is rife with revisionism, often opportunistic. Take the case of Mangosuthu Buthelezi.
Unequal Scenes, a project of aerial photographs by the anthropologist Johnny Miller, chronicles these geographic stratifications in South Africa and beyond.
Preserving the photographs of five Malian photographers--Mamadou Cissé, Adama Kouyaté, Abdourahmane Sakaly, Malick Sidibé, and Tijani Sitou--online.
Take your phones and record people’s voices, record the sounds you here. We have the ability to flood these sites with African content. Take the time and make the most of these resources. It’s your right and responsibility to do so.
The Hip Hop African is a podcast series about African hip hop culture made by Howard University and George Washington University students.
The Nsibidi Institute Memory Project attempts to use digital forums to preserve popular, everyday memories of Nigeria.
A website archive argues that Liberia needs a history that will be called 'history after the settlers.'