“The Queue” is a Dystopian Novel About Egypt After the Revolution
While Basma Abdel Aziz’s new work starts with a bullet to the gut it is also relevant to those of us stuck on hold with an insurance agent.
The African Stars of European Football
Euro 2016 has entered the knockout rounds. These are the players of African descent at the highest level of European football.
5 Films to See at South Africa’s Encounters International Documentary Film Festival
Apologies Are Demanded after Egypt Minister Refers to Sub-Saharan African Delegates as “Dogs and Slaves”
Racially fueled drama unfolded at the UN Environment Assemby (UNEA-2) conference in Nairobi, Kenya Friday.
Hide Ya Writers, Reporters And Novelists, Egypt Arresting Everyone Out Here
The Sisi regime is cracking down on creative workers of all stripes.
New Study Says North Africa Is About To Be Hot AF
‘Tickling Giants’ Is The Powerful Story Of “The Egyptian Jon Stewart,” Bassem Youssef
Keeping Ancient Rock Art Alive Across Africa
Africa & The Diaspora At Tribeca Film Festival 2016
The African Leaders Named In The Panama Papers And Their Crimes
A Cairo Art Story: On Moving To Egypt And The Hoax Of Authenticity
New York-Based Curator Dexter Wimberly Is Bringing The Work Of These 4 African Artists To North Carolina