Filmmaker Rokhaya Diallo’s French Take on American Civil Rights
French filmmaker and journalist Rokhaya Diallo is set to screen her film, ‘Steps to Liberty’ at the March on Washington Film Festival today.
Trailer for Short Film ‘Flowers’ By Rising Sierra Leonean-American Filmmaker Nikyatu Jusu Debuts
‘Flowers’ builds on the successes of Jusu’s short films ‘African Booty Scratcher’ and ‘Say Grace Before Drowning.’…
MHD Drops His Vibrant Visuals for ‘A Kele N’ta’
Take a look at the beautifully shot Dakar visual, where MHD wishes his married friend well in ‘A Kele N’ta.’…
The 20 Most Stylish Kenyans on Instagram
These 20 fabulous Kenyan Instagram accounts should be your go-to style guides.
What Does It Take to Get a South African Visa?
Watch South Africa’s Beatenberg & Senegal’s Baaba Maal Live at Okay Space
See footage of day five of Mumford & Sons’ ‘Johannesburg’ South African Experience Pop-Up Exhibition.
Somali Sister Duo, Faarrow, Want the Critics to ‘Shut Up’ and Listen to their New EP, Lost
Somali sister duo Iman and Siham Hashi release the second single off their upcoming EP Lost.
Catch the Opening of ‘Five/5ths: A TunnelVision Collective Presentation’ at Okay Space July 21st
Meet the Pantsula Stilt Walkers Challenging South Africa’s Biggest Arts Festival
Bulla en el Barrio Brings Afro-Colombian Noise to Brooklyn
Colombian Bullarenge music is a living history of the African diaspora in Latin America.
Dear Lerato: I Will Not Be Buying Your Anti-Black Book
Sister Deborah Continues to Stoke the #JollofWar with Humorous Visual for ‘Ghana Jollof’ Anthem
Can the African mermaid claim victory for Ghana in the ongoing #JollofWar?