The documentary, Rumba Kings, offers a commendable and tireless argument for both an intangible cultural heritage case and a centering of the Congolese way.
Music’s ingratiating moral mask has withered, revealing a disfigured face whose true ethical philosophy is, as Lauryn Hill once noted, “paper thin.”
During the COVID-19 pandemic many people who work online were able to set up shop in lands far away from their pre-pandemic homes. But, for whom is the digital nomad lifestyle?
Once African and Asian leaders looked towards each other for guidance. What possibilities can a renewed cross-continental solidarity offer?
The island nation’s celebrated political system was never a gift bestowed, but seized through sheer agency and hard-fought autonomy.
It’s time to return Africa’s vinyl records.
Passport privilege remains an entirely unaddressed, unsustainable inequity, and the most consistently overlooked factor that defines every single immigration debate and “crisis” of movement and migration.
Most national teams have 12 starting players — 11 on the field, and their fans in the stands. Brazil’s has a 13th player: Haitains.
Little attention is given to how Indians are viewed and treated not only on the African continent, but by peoples of African descent across the world.
Watching the World Cup match between Algeria vs Germany in one of New York City’s most diverse boroughs.
Ivorian cab driver in East Harlem: “African players never play the same for their European teams and their national teams.”
The fate of World Cup draws has fostered an unlikely rivalry between Ghana and the United States.