Monthly Archives: March 2012

KONY 2012


Even if you have not been following the ongoing conflict in Africa’s Great Lakes Region, perhaps you remember  the compelling 2005 documentary Invisible Children, which shed light on the atrocities suffered by women and children in what is one of … Continue reading

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Youssou N’Dour: Spotlight on Senegal

Youssou N'Dour

Presidential Elections & The Stigma of The Celebrity Politician The wave of political change in Africa, especially from North to West Africa, is driven by civilians’ refusal to suffer injustice under pseudo-democratic governments. Among these civilians are celebrities and musicians … Continue reading

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Shuga This is Just a reminder that if you are not watching Shuga, you are behind! No worries, all that can change if you get on to Shuga’s vimeo channel and catch-up.    Set in Nairobi, Kenya, and back for a … Continue reading

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