The Ibex

If she succeeds, if she births a kid that lives, then they will try others. Who knows? The Javan tiger, the Zanzibar leopard, a black rhino or white rhino… More

The Tubman Sisterhood

Not only was Donya about to become Egypt’s first woman president, she was also openly bisexual and a poet, the perfect antidote to decades of hypermasculine Egyptian politics. More

Africa in Two Acts (audio)

Africa steps into the spotlight for this two-part event, designed to reveal hidden literary and political realities. Act I: Distinguished author and philosopher Achille Mbembe delivers remarks on the… More

Queer Futures (audio)

The burgeoning African gay rights movement is filled with brave artists and activists. Informative and inspirational, this conversation with prominent African writers will survey today's landscape, challenging preconceived ideas… More

Ebola

When a person dies strange angels in whites suits appear. At first the people tried to chase them away, now they watch while the angels perform their rituals, cleansing… More

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