The novel The Youth of God offers fresh perspectives on Somali assimilation and struggle in Canada's largest city.
Zambian farmers win ground-breaking legal victory in the UK.
What we know about conflicts over chieftaincy in northern Ghana.
Unsustainable palm oil industry practices—the result of large-scale land acquisitions across Africa's tropical belt—have resulted in a number of social and environmental concerns.
Women have undertaken measures to cope and resist against the backdrop of Anglophone—Francophone tensions in Cameroon.
Thanks in part to the internet, Black women in Cuba are now able to forge space and create visibility for themselves.
The story of Surya Bonaly, and her unwillingness to yield to racist demands and expectations in the sport of figure skating.
Turn any homophobic corner in Africa and you're guaranteed to run into a delirious celebration of "African culture," but there's nothing African about homophobia.
In the Bukavu Series, researchers from two Congolese and two European universities explore how they interrogate violence in the DRC.
It's time to return Africa's vinyl records.
The charge is "misusing a computer." Dr. Stella Nyanzi remains incarcerated to this day in Luzira Women’s Prison.
At this year's New York African Film Festival, we saw films united by key thematic concerns, some of them quite unexpected.