What a year. Stay safe, wear a mask, social distance and when the vaccine becomes available where you are, get vaccinated.
Funded by Shuttleworth Foundation, we will support original work by 10 fellows. It makes real our goal to construct “a world where Africans are in control of their own narrative."
Today is the global launch of a new exciting political alliance. We have joined their wire service, the Wire, which brings grassroots perspectives to a global audience.
Apply now to become an AIAC Fellow. Read here for details.
We are not just marking the end of 2019, but also the end of a momentous, if frustrating decade for building a more humane, caring future for Africans.
In 2018, we hope to continue translating scholarly debates and high-level political and cultural analyses into accessible language.
For months, we have been threatening to launch a new website. Well, now it's here!
All things equal, we should have a new website within the next couple of weeks.
With all the excitement around us joining Jacobin, we were a bit worried that the fundraising
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Don't worry, we'll cook up some stuff for the fall and we'll be back on September 1. In the meantime, you can go potter around the website and catch up on our archive.
The year that Prince Akeem, Queen Aoleon, King Jaffe Joffer and the "African" Kingdom of Zamunda made a spectacular comeback.