Podcast: Politics & Hip Hop from the Children of Sundiata

This month’s episode of the Hip Hop African Podcast (Episode 28) is Politics & Hip Hop from the Children of Sundiata. This episode is a conversation with Malian hip hop artist and activist Amkoullel L’enfant Peulh about the political nature of hip hop in Mali, & the connections between oral traditions and rap in Francophone West Africa. 

 

http://hiphopafrican.com/2018/10/05/hhap-episode-28-politics-hip-hop-from-the-children-of-sundiata

New book exposing the failures of Western intervention during West Africa’s Ebola outbreak

New book exposes the failures of Western intervention during West Africa’s Ebola outbreak:

Getting to Zero: A Doctor and a Diplomat on the Ebola Frontline
By Sinead Walsh and Oliver Johnson

A new memoir of exposes the numerous failures in the humanitarian response at the centre of West Africa’s Ebola outbreak, both locally and internationally, and calls attention to the lack of coordination between actors from the perspective of those trying to facilitate dialogue and funding on the ground.

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