Beyond national elections, the Y’en a Marre political movement is changing Senegalese civic and political life for future generations.
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Being a pro-democracy, nonviolent youth activist is a dangerous thing in some countries. On Sunday afternoon activists
“You’re heading straight to jail after that song is released” is what 25 year old rapper
Latest episode of Radio Netherlands Worldwide’s ‘My Song’ series features politically engaged Senegalese rappers
Fed up with what a group of young Senegalese describe as the state of mind of
Tuesday marked the start of a popular resistance campaign in Burkina Faso in opposition to a
Franz Fanon: “Every generation must, in relative opacity, discover its mission, accomplish it or betray it.”
Senegalese collective who brought Abdoulaye Wade down reinvents media activism.
Karim Wade, the son of octogenarian ex-president Abdoulaye Wade, has been sitting in a central Dakar
Senegal’s rapper-activists recently collaborated on a new single in support of Amnesty International’s campaign against impunity
Once again, demonstrating Azonto’s global reach, the Azonto London Allstars conquer a myriad of urban landscapes
Just in case you were busy being distracted by Kony2012 or the rising sales of Hoodies,
8 of 13 Senegalese opposition candidates trying to unseat Abdoulaye Wade in the upcoming presidential elections