Although films like 'The Woman King' offer us a small glimpse into the past, they cannot give us the full story.
Journalism has become a risky and dangerous business in Benin.
Must indigenous knowledge be science to be valid? Philosopher Paulin J. Hountondji shows that we must ask why Africa is scientifically and technologically dependent in the first place.
Two books, by art historian Bénédicte Savoy and journalist Barnaby Phillips respectively, detail how we got to this point in the restitution of African heritage.
There can no longer be false justifications for holding Benin Bronzes, and other pilfered materials, in museums outside of Africa.
An encounter on a cross continental flight with white South African men and their ways, by Robina Marks, a black woman and South Africa’s ambassador in Benin.
We all want to see Africa's heritage repatriated to the continent. But what happens after it returns?
France no longer has an excuse to hold on to Senegal's cultural heritage. Senegal has a place for it.
An interview with Abdellah Karroum is the artistic director of the Biennale Regard Benin 2012, which premise is “Inventing the World: the Artist as Citizen.”
The artist Gérard Quenum's work suggest that society’s collective bad parenting and maltreatment cannot ever, completely ransack the spirit.