The Sauti za Busara festival in Zanzibar aims to show that music is much more than a collection of tunes.
New York's Caribbean Cultural Center and African Diaspora Institute seeks to “document and present the creative genius of African Diaspora cultures.”
The South African photographer has a complicated place within his country's photographic culture.
Two female leads in an African film not doing hair, casting ju-ju curses or throwing vases at cheating husbands.
Why did Tanzania and Julius Nyerere become touchstones for Pan Africanism in the 1960s and 1970s?
Despite a chronic housing and land shortage, Liberia's capital has not seen militant urban social movements.
Today, more Congolese are displaced from their homes than Iraqis, Yemenis, or Rohingyas.
How Kgositsile ensured he never expressed himself like a white man.
The legacy in Morocco of the influential Spanish-born novelist Juan Goytisolo, who died in mid-2017.
Hundreds of people wearing a colorful and vibrant display of elaborate masks depicting animals, women and
Short introductions are all the rage in scholarly publishing these days, and it’s easy to see
The translator wouldn’t ask the question. We were sitting in the community meeting space of a
The new film, Five Fingers for Marseilles revolves around the tale of five black men, spanning their
Last November an underground screening of the film The Nile Hotel Incident was shut down by
The comedian Tiffany Haddish has been hailed by Vanity Fair as “the funniest person alive right now”…
The innocuous photos of two Nigerian Islamic clerics in suits shopping and relaxing in London circulated in Northern
Blackness is an empty canvas upon which myths of savagery, barbarism, incivility, and unequivocal tragedy are
The arrest of Patrice Nganang, Cameroonian writer and scholar, in Douala on Wednesday, December 6, 2017,
Frantz Fanon, the Martinique-born, African nationalist and champion for the liberation of Algeria, died on this day in 1961 in a hospital in
“Everything is repellant to me here. Men and things, but especially men”— Joseph Conrad, Letter to