Ed Pavlic's new novel follows two lovers trading Chicago for Mombasa.
An US congressional delegation to Eritrea—the first in 14 years—which included Ilhan Omar, got little attention in mainstream media. Why?
I have the privilege to fight, argue or board a plane when I feel like I've had enough. The vast majority of women on the continent do not have that option.
Ozier Muhammad captures, for black American audiences, the expressive possibilities of Africa's liberation struggles.
Economies are broken everywhere, but while the rest of the world considers the radical, South Africa resigns itself to the rational.
Once upon a time, South Sudanese exiles in Khartoum—inspired by, among others, Charles Dickens and Malcolm X—had a radical vision for their new country.
The point of Senegal's new Museum of Black Civilations (Musée des civilisations noires) in Dakar.
A radical feature on South Africa's literary calendar, Abantu celebrates black intellectual labor, and resists the tropes that marginalizes it.
Update from Algiers on the protests against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's plans to run for a fifth term in office.
Race and geopolitics in the 1966 coup d'etat that overthrew Kwame Nkrumah in Ghana.
As Sudanese continue to chant “Just fall, that is all” against the regime, doctors pay a hefty price for standing with them.
When we as Africans tell our own stories, we re-write the stories in the history books that our children are still taught in schools.