The Haitian scholar Michel-Rolph Trouillot opens his remarkable work “Silencing the Past” by pointing to the
For all the Dutch claims about liberalism and multiculturalism, their love affair with a popular black-faced figure
Linda de Mol is enormously popular in The Netherlands. She hosts tv game shows, even has
Miley Cyrus and all the twerking (for those in need of a catch up read this),
The year 2013 marks 150 years since the abolition of slavery in the former Dutch colonies.
Recently on a sunny afternoon, fellow AIAC-er Serginho Roosblad and I ventured out to learn more about
What has murdered Black Consciousness activist Steve Bantu Biko to do with the beginning of spring
On the first of July this year the Netherlands are commemorating the 150th anniversary of the abolishment
Guest Post by Martijn Kleppe Even though the Netherlands have been known for their tolerant attitude
Television commercials can be pretty annoying. With the exception of the few that make you laugh.
About a month ago, we came across the ‘World’ series by Dutch photographer Ruud van Empel. Initially,
The politics of selling African art mostly collected during colonial era to private collectors (in the Netherlands)
The proposed sale of the Africa Collection at The World Museum in Rotterdam, the Netherlands has
Today the Netherlands is holding general elections. Although the global economic crisis and its effect on
You might remember the Dutch band Kern Koppen from last year’s collaboration with South African artists