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Africa Today | Silicon Valley African Film Festival & Updates on Sierra Leone

The Silicon Valley African Film Festival will be held between October 4 and October 6 represented by the theme, Africa Through An African Lens, and we get an update on the politics of Sierra Leone

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Africa Today | Developments in Haiti and Nile Civilizations of Kush, Nubia, and Kemet

Pierre LaBossiere joins Africa Today to discuss developments in Haiti and a new report on the 2018 La Saline massacre, and Professor Manu Ampim discusses the ongoing flooding in the central areas of the ancient Kushite and Nubian civilizations of the Sudan and his writings on the classical African civilizations of Kush, Nubia, and Kemet.

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Africa Today, August 26, 2019 | Omoyele Sowore: Updates on the Case of the Imprisoned Activist

a discussion about Omoyele Sowore. He is the founder of Sahara Reporters, and he was arrested in Nigeria on August 4 where he has been held in jail ever since.

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Africa Today, August 19, 2019 | Updates and Developments on Ethiopia and Eritrea with Dr. Michael Woldemariam

Dr. Michael Woldemariam is Associate Professor of International Relations at Boston University’s Pardee School of Global Studies and the author of Insurgent Fragmentation: The Horn of Africa, Rebellion, and its Discontents. He joins Africa Today to discuss recent events and developments on the Eastern Horn of Africa.

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Africa Today, August 5, 2019 | The Caribbean in Motion Film Series

Caribbean in Motion film series includes five films all of them curated or directed by women and the West Coast premieres of Hero, Double Play, and Moving in Place. The film series is a combination of documentaries and fiction narratives that examines the various legacies of a region known for its history of slavery, colonialism, migration and resistance.

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