The multimedia artist Tunde Owolabi brings Aso-Oke weaving to gallery spaces.
Designer Akosua Afriye-Kumi: “A lot of designers take or find inspiration from Africa, I want to do the same but actually be in Africa doing it.”
The story of Africans’ involvement in World War I is largely unheard of outside of academia.
Here’s an article involving one of the leading medical schools at the time in the “birthplace of America.”
Bi Kidude, who died on April 17, 2013, was probably Tanzania’s foremost singer and performer of Taarab music.
Vice.com’s reductive and alarmist style of writing about the continent is not only outdated, but deplorable and contravenes responsible journalism.