France is not a new problem for Africa. Since the 19th century, its stood in the way of the continent’s self-determination.
In France, Black and Arab minorities are excluded from the country’s liberal values—and then treated as threats to them.
The pathologization of ‘migrants’ in Tunisia and France shows how race and poverty shape our understanding of belonging.
The reaction to Nahel Merzouk’s murder by the French state showcases its tactic of depoliticizing the suburban uprising and diverting attention away from state violence.
The state-sanctioned violence committed against children such as Nahel M forces us to revisit the very question of childhood, its privileges, and its roots in the French imperialization of Africa.
In what may be the last in a while of my posts highlighting the latest in French music culture, here's a list of tunes for the northern summer.
Spanish media is skittish about reporting their country's discriminatory immigration policy. If they do, they mainly cover its positive exceptions.
A mix of French hip hop and smooth R&B dominates this installment, Number 5, of music from the French capital. Paris is a Continent.