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Book Review: Forest Of The Pygmies by Isabel Allende

Without rubbing a reader's face in it Isabel Allende's stories teach valuable lessons about tolerance and understanding. Read More »

Music Review: Group Bombino – Guitars From Agadez Vol. 2

This is the music of rebellion, and you can hear that in every note they play and every word they sing. Read More »

Music Review: Tinariwen – Imidiwan: Companions

A call to help a people remind themselves who they are and stand up and be recognized. Read More »

Music Review: Various Performers – Footsteps In Africa – The Soundtrack

Like the movie, the soundtrack speaks with the voice of the film makers, not their subject, the Tuareg. Read More »

Music Review: Terakaft – Akh Issudar

When you listen to the music of Terakaft the depth of their passion for their subject is obvious. Read More »

My Nephew’s African Wedding

Robben Island, once a place of unspeakable horrors, is now a popular wedding destination. Read More »

Music Review: Selaelo Selota – Lapeng Laka

The right balance between the traditional and the new brings this music to life. Read More »

Music Review: Oran Etkin – Kelenia

The music celebrates how people can love each other because of their differences. Read More »

Book Review: Mesi’s Season of Change: A Friendship Story (Girls ‘n Grace Collection) by Pam Davis

Journey with Mesi as she grows in the Lord, extending his mercy and love towards others in her ongoing story. Read More »

Book Review: The Thing Around Your Neck by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

A journey into African worlds we don't often have a chance to explore. Read More »