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Veritas vos liberabit?

Veritas vos liberabit (truth will set you free) was adopted as the motto of The Johns Hopkins University. The words,…

you stole our victory

Supporters of Kenya’s Jubilee Party told the Supreme Court that it robbed them of their victory http://allafrica.com/stories/201709190773.html You may also…

UK: explore International Slavery Museum

International Slavery Museum, UK, Liverpool, has prepared several activities for its visitors: On 24th September, Museum invites to make your…

Newborn!

In the beginning of September, at Kwandwe, the Eastern Cape, South Africa, a young giraffe gave a birth to a…

Brazil: discussing Global South problems

On October 3, São Paulo is organizing a discussion on the cultural production of the Global South as part of…

South Africa: exhibition at ROOM

ROOM Gallery is presenting a solo exhibition “I was her and she was me and those we might become” by…

Beautiful Himba people

Captivating photo-report about Himba people living in the Kunene region in Namibia. https://africageographic.com/blog/himba-photographing-shadows/ You may also be interested in: Namibia:…

Invitation from Afriart Gallery

On 29th September, Afriart Gallery, Kamwokya Kampala, is inviting for the opening reception for the upcoming exhibition “Creases and Tears”…

Uganda: ‘Ghetto President’ makes changes

This year, Ugandan reggae singer Bobi Wine (Robert Kyagulanyi), famous for his songs about social justice, corruption, unemployment, was elected…

Focus on African textile

On September 23 and 29, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery is organizing “African Fashion: Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon event” and “Textile Study…

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