Alsarah: 10 Things I Love About Sudan
Khartoum-born singer Alsarah, front woman of the East African retro pop band Alsarah & The Nubatones, shares 10 things she loves about Sudan.
“We come to America to suffer,” Says Sudanese Family Friend of Ugandan Man Killed By Police
Sudanese family friend of Alfred Olango, the 38-year-old Ugandan man killed by police, speaks at a community rally in El Cajon.
4 Artists From the New School of Sudanese Music Speak on Their Search for Home & Identity
A sit down conversation with 4 artists from the new school of Sudanese music: Alsarah, Oddisee, Sinkane and Mo Kheir of No Wyld.
How Countries Poach African Athletes To Win Olympic Medals
Changing nationalities in sports is common but what does it mean for African teams to lose great athletes to countries willing to pay more?
Sudanese Model Ajak Deng Recounts Her Frightening Experience with Police Brutality
“I had to go through this alone.
These 7 African Women Poets Will Keep You Calm, Cool, and Collected for the Summer
Here’s 7 of our favorite female writers who are reshaping poetry worldwide to hold you over this summer.
Khartoum’s Budding Art Scene Is Ready for a Global Audience
The fast-growing contemporary art scene in Khartoum is led by young artists making art for arts sake.
Africa In Your Earbuds
Sufyvn’s Mixtape Takes You Through Different Eras Of Sudanese Music
Sufyvn’s ‘Africa In your Earbuds’ mixtape takes listeners through a 40-minute lesson on Sudan’s musical history, ranging from vintage sounds to present popular songs.
Here are Five More Recent Examples of the CIA’s Operations in Africa
The CIA’s involvement in Africa hasn’t ended with the Cold War.
Sudan Student Protests Show How Much City Planning And Design Matter
Keeping Ancient Rock Art Alive Across Africa
The African Leaders Named In The Panama Papers And Their Crimes