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.
Nigerian Dancehall Meets South African Hip-Hop In AKA & Patoranking’s New Video
Here’s “Special Fi Mi,” a new dance floor jam from South African star AKA and Nigeria’s Patoranking.
Chadians Plan to Sue United States and France For Collusion With Former Dictator
Victims of Chad’s former president Hissene Habre—Africa’s Pinochet—are launching a lawsuit against the US and France.
How The Salooni Project Has Created a Safe Space for African Women to Love Their Hair
Through their pop-up salon art installation, four Ugandan creatives imagine a future where Afro-textured hair is no longer a painful subject for Black women.
The Top 10 Nasty C Songs
Listen to Petite Noir Join Danny Brown on Brilliant New Song, ‘Rolling Stone’
Meet The Space-Disco Pioneer Who Just Stole Gabon’s Presidential Elections
Afropreneurs: Designer Berchell Egerton on Connecting Brooklyn to Africa
Afrooklyn’s Berchell Egerton’s overarching goal with his custom designs is to bridge the gap between Brooklyn and Africa.
Exclusive Interview with Ethiopian Marathon Runner in Exile, Feyisa Lilesa
Rio 2016 silver medalist and Ethiopian marathon runner, Feyisa Lilesa, speaks with Okayafrica on his political exile.
Aurelio Martínez & the Garifuna People: A History of African Resistance in the Americas
An interview with Aurelio Martínez, legendary Garifuna artist and the first black member of Honduras’ National Congress.
Creation as Ritual: Performing Disguise at the Brooklyn Museum
Studio Africa: Tsoku Maela on Photographing Dreams
Sauti Sol and This Kenyan High School Choir Made a Global Hit
Kenyan stars Sauti Sol enlist their old high school’s choir to record the new music video for “Kuliko Jana.”…