These Short Films from Blood Orange’s ‘Freetown Sound’ Are Required Viewing
A closer look at the short films demonstrating Dev Hynes’ many talents, cinematic visions and illuminating vocal presence.
Lina Viktor Paints a Multiverse of Black Womanhood With Her Stunning Visual Art
OkayAfrica’s 100 Women
OkayAfrica’s 100 Women is our first annual look at the women making an impact on the African continent and in the diaspora. From the biggest names in culture to young up-and-comers, we’ve got ’em.
Salome Karwah, Heroic Ebola Fighter and “TIME Person of the Year,” Has Died
Salome Karwah, a heroic Ebola fighter and a 2014 “Time Person of the Year,” passed last Tuesday due to complications during childbirth.
Tips for American Journalists from African Journalists
African journalists give their American colleagues tips on how to operate under vindictive regimes.
‘Eclipsed’ Playwright Danai Gurira and Producers Honored for Their Groundbreaking Work
Eclipsed on Broadway’s Danai Gurira, Stephen C. Byrd and Alia Jones-Harvey continue to make history.
Buhari Congratulates Trump on Twitter and Nigerians Aren’t Having It
Nigerians Aren’t Having It…
Has Liberia Been Knocked Off Line? Not Exactly.
Liberia’s internet has been attacked by the same malevolent hackers that shut down many American sites last month. What’s going on?
The Ultimate Guide to Streaming African Movies on Netflix
The Temporary Protected Status for Guineans, Liberians, and Sierra Leoneans in the U.S. is at Stake—Here’s Why You Should Care
Nana Brantuo pens why a push is much needed for an extension of TPS for Guinean, Liberian, and Sierra Leonean nationals in the U.S.
Liberia’s Two-Person Olympic Team Borrowed Money to Get to Rio
Liberian Olympic officials allege funds that should have been spent on the Olympic team went instead to a football team belong to the president’s son.
5 African Artists We Would Nominate for an Ubuntu Award
The Ubuntu Award shortlist goes up July 18th. Make sure and go vote for the person who best exemplifies the values of ubuntu.
Why it is Crucial to Locate the ‘African’ in African Studies
African Studies remains a colonised space rife with misrepresentation, homogenisation and essentialising about Africa.