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Laylah Amatullah Barrayn Celebrates Women Photographers of the African Diaspora
The photojournalist uplifts underrepresented voices in her photography and curation.
This Artist Took Over an Entire City Block to Build an African Bead Museum
Olayami Dabls opened the MBad African Bead Museum in Detroit to connect black Americans with African history and culture.
I Left Christianity for an Ancient African Faith
The Yoruba religion helped me overcome immense grief and connected me with my ancestors.
16 Guyanese Artists Explore the Impact of Migration
Migration is one of the defining issues of our time, and few feel it quite like residents of the small South American nation.
Immersive Theater Show Takes Afrofuturism to Outer Space
An explorer living in an advanced civilization discovers a signal coming from an alien world in 'The Last Blues Song of a Lost Afronaut.' What she discovers is a a type of extraterrestrial she’s never come across before: a white woman.
Somi's New Album Is a Pan-African Love Letter to Harlem
The singer/songwriter's latest effort, 'Petite Afrique,' is a soulful celebration of her black and immigrant identities.
Barbed Wire, Chains, and Scrap Metal Sculptures Are This Artist's Language
Legendary 79-year-old sculptor Melvin Edwards has a new show entirely comprised of scrap metal he found in Oklahoma.
Africans Immigrants Find a Taste of Home in Southern China
The city of Guangzhou is home to between 50,000 and 100,000 Africans, but they still struggle to be accepted as part of Chinese society.
Kait Bolongaro and Hangwei Li
Knockdown Center’s Latest Show Celebrates Women Artists of the African Diaspora
'MAMI' means to bring about provocative art happenings led by women artists.
Sean J Patrick Carney
What Burkina Faso's Film Festival Means for African Cinema
We talked to some of competing filmmakers about why Africa needs FESPACO film fest, and picked out the best of the features, documentaries, and shorts.
Hannah Armstrong and Assia Boundaoui