For the peripheries and proletarians of the world—most of the world—Maradona is a symbol of defiance against the football aristocracy, corporate bosses and empire itself.
Members of the Capitalism In My City project reflect on the commodification of education in Kenya.
Speculative fiction by writers from Africa explore viral apocalypses. What can we learn from art on catastrophe?
What was behind the assassinations in the 1980s of two key anti-apartheid figures: Swedish Prime Minister, Olof Palme, and senior ANC official, Dulcie September?
How has Nigeria’s film industry responded to the protests of #EndSARS?
Can we move from temporary shame about our endless consumption of unethically sourced jewels and smartphones to concrete action?
The Ugandan government quells public unrest with violence. What won't it do in the name of "security"?
Tanzanian-American filmmaker Ekwa Msangi uses one Angolan family’s story of immigration to tell a larger story.
Ekwa Msangi, realizadora Tanzaniana-Americana, mostra a história de muitos imigrantes com a experiência de uma família angolana de imigração.
How Kwame Nkrumah and Julius Nyerere’s approaches to gender politics, help reshape feminist visions for reclaiming a developmental state.
White settler returnees to Portugal in 1975, and the history of decolonization, can help us understand the complicated category of refugee.