In Mexican-Ethiopian filmmaker Jessica Beshir’s Faya Dayi, khat is more than an important export product in a capitalist economy; she captures khat’s roles and meanings in everyday Harari life.
The film “Finding Sally” grapples with Ethiopia’s past, but may romanticize its present.
A new film set in Djibouti City presents a searing class critique of Somali girlhood.
The Ethiopia inscribed with anti-colonial meanings after its victory over European colonialism in 1896 was a colonizing state itself.
The hashtag #CadaanStudies put the spotlight on the domination of Somali Studies by whites scholars.