An interview with Aaron Elkaim, a documentary photographer based in Toronto, whose photo-essay “Exodus” explores the
A sample of some of TV commercials, including ones I have spotted online, made specifically for
The Africa Cup of Nations (CAN) kicked off on Saturday, and things are already getting pretty
L’Avion, one of the many fruits from the Beyond Digital mega project in Morocco this past
http://vimeo.com/30611004 Born in London to a Moroccan mother and an Iraqi father, Tala Hadid completed her
It’s been awhile since I could call actually call something a Mix-Tape. But I can do
11 km of 6m high parallel fences, that’s what separates the Spanish exclave Melilla from Morocco.
Perry Anderson in The New Left Review: The odious cast of the regimes in place [in
Bill Minter of AfricaFocus Bulletin previews tomorrow’s pro-democracy protests in autocratic Swaziland: Demonstrations planned for Tuesday
Zimbabwe’s regime got so nervous about events in North Africa, that police arrested and tortured 45
In early March 2010, members of H-Net Africa, an academic listserv, received a posting from one
The journalist Sorious Samura can't get his head around why migrants to Europe risk their lives for menial jobs and loneliness.
So as usual, a bunch of links–new as well as ones–that have piled up in my