Africans have been decolonizing, critiquing, but also enriching liberal democracy from an African perspective since colonial times. Pro-democracy and decolonial intellectuals owe a debt to this body of work and can learn from it.
The tendency of Western commentators to dress up African tragedies in the patronizing logic of relativism.
What might Black Lives Matter learn from Africanist scholars who have studied inequality outside the US, especially in Africa?
What alternative pathways are available towards accountable governance in Nigeria?
Their decision to wear “western clothes” in public, spark debate on modernity and morality in Northern Nigeria.