Two brilliant filmmakers and two stunning documentaries creating new narratives about migration.
How local conflicts in the Sahel-Sahara over justice, or rather its absence, get dragged into tensions between outsiders.
There is a collective national ignorance that surrounds the United States' vast military presence in Africa.
Nigerien band Anewal eschews explicit politics and sings mostly of harmony and brotherhood.
Safiath, ZM, Habsou Garba and Fati Mariko: producing diverse sounds in rap, hip-hop and soul.
Bombino’s mesmerizing 2013 album begins with the sound of a revving engine, perhaps the guitarist’s cheeky
Hamadal Issoufou Moumine (also known as Almeida), the leader of the Nigerien band, Tal National, begins
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXZZor3Eo7s] No goals on Day 1, but they were flying in on Day 2! Great goals
Guest Post by Samira Sawlani* We won’t be surprised if Malians don’t care much for football
I wasn’t familiar with the work of photographer Candace Feit before browsing the web recently, following
Where does neoliberalism find its conscience? Apparently, in rural Niger.
A quick survey of Western media suggests Tuareg nationalist claims don’t carry the same weight as
Let’s celebrate Niger’s independence day with a recording of Omara “Bombino” Moctar, whose story of exile