African Diaspora literary journal, publishes original works by, and critical studies of, black writers worldwide. The journal offers a rich mixture of fiction, poetry, plays, critical essays, cultural studies, interviews, and visual art. Frequent annotated bibliographies, special thematic issues, and original art and photography are some of the features of this highly acclaimed international showcase of arts and letters.
Hip Hop Africa explores a new generation of African performers and musicians who are not only consumers of global music but also active participants in the worldwide culture of hip hop and rap. Eric Charry and an international group of contributors look carefully at youth culture and the background of this unprecedented musical movement. Covering Senegal, Mali, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, and South Africa, this volume offers unique perspectives on the influences, development, and presence of African hip hop on the global music scene.
"Uganda Television and Radio Uganda the current Uganda Broadcasting Corporation was born in 1963 one year after Uganda’s independence. It’s main aim was to broadcast through both mediums to the whole country."
Fest’Horn is a regional festival of music from the horn of Africa that was created with the intention of bringing attention to this part of Africa, often tarnished by wars, the famines and the other calamities. For six days this annual artistic meeting happens in the capital of Djibouti with artists from the countries of Africa and the rest of the world. The event not only serves to promote the culture of Africa, but to provide a platform for the promotion of the values of peace and development.
GHEI is a small non-profit in the Western region of Ghana in the small farming community of Humjibre. Our mission is to promote education and improve health through principles of sustainable development and community empowerment. The GHEI Serve and Learn Program offers short-term volunteer opportunities to students and individuals interested in international development, public health, universal education and human rights promotion. The Serve and Learn projects provide a chance to learn about and profoundly experience grassroots work in a developing country.