Maky Madiba Sylla is a militant filmmaker excavating iconic Africans whose legacies he believes need to be known widely—like the singer Laba Sosseh.
As some Gambians speak before the country's TRC, the testimonies create a space for their compatriots to express ideas about rights, dignity and social values.
This is the first opportunity for Gambians since independence in 1965 to have a broad-ranging public conversation on its future.
How the Jammeh regime reproduced power in Gambia for more than two decades.
"White person!," people passing by shout, smiling and waving at me. I am black. I am African. I am Rwandan."
An archive - stretching from 1820 to 1960 - of civil, police, and criminal records in colonial Banjul.
There is a long-standing Norwegian tradition of externalizing racism, so that anti-black racism is always and inevitably located elsewhere.
British rapper Nate sampling Hugh Masekela’s Stimela in his ‘Africa’ (for which he gets some help
About a week ago, the International Criminal Court announced that Fatou Bensouda would succeed Luis Moreno
Real World Records has just released (this past Monday) the new album “In Trance” by JuJu,