In Sierra Leone, politicians make promises to youth in exchange for support in elections, but they rarely deliver. This must change.
Angola’s recent history is beset with conflict. Twenty-seven years of civil war (1975-2002) followed by thirteen
Their voices, sharp and angry, shook me from my slumber. I didn’t know the language, but
The photo that graces the cover of Angola Cinemas by Walter Fernandes and Miguel Hurst (a
In the late nineteen-fifties, a brutal but secret war unfolded between French colonial authorities and the
LRA commander Dominic Ongwen came under the custody of US ‘military advisers’ supporting the African Union
The new Africa Rising/Afropolitan narrative propagated largely by a globally-connected middle and upper class diaspora, often obscures
Photographer Glenna Gordon, no stranger to AIAC, is working on a new project in Staten Island,
The hipsters at Vice.TV produce original video reporting–which sways between brilliant and annoying. They’ve also become
Video profile of US photographer Pete Muller who talks about a trip to northern Uganda, and
I don’t have much time for the phenomenon that is Soulja Boy and his nonsensical lyrics.
“… The share of the African population dying in wars (including genocides) every year is on
Jeffrey Gettleman, the New York Times correspondent in East Africa (who seem to report about nothing