LoveRadio: episodes of love and hateRead more
I’m looking forward to following this beautifully presented story over the next three months… Love Radio is a trans-media web documentary…
Rwandan dance galleryRead more
“There’s a lot of demand for them to perform at weddings and other public ceremonies so I think they’re well preserved. But if you talk to the younger generation, everyone wants to learn salsa or hip-hop.”
Filming the mediaRead more
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF RWANDA? What message do you have for Rwandans on this 19th anniversary of the genocide?…
The danger of the single storyRead more
Novelist Chimamanda Adichie tells the story of how she found her authentic cultural voice, and warns that if we hear only a single story about another person or country, we risk a critical misunderstanding.
“They should still be here”Read more
The Irish writer and journalist Fergal Keane, who travelled through Rwanda as the genocide was ending said, “this is not a subject for fine words.” Yet the memorials, selected writings and simple descriptions by Rwandans are both beautiful and intensely moving.
Ardyn Halter: stained glassRead more
ONE OF TWO STAINED GLASS WINDOWS in Gisozi Genocide Memorial Centre, Kigali. Both are by Israeli artist Ardyn Halter. His notes…
Ikobe Musik GroupRead more
Let yourself go to a world beyond hipster irony or the fastest-ever double-kick Mexican death-core… to the intricate, melodic crossroads between tradition and modernity.
African roots guitarRead more
Jacques ‘Popo’ Murigande calls his music ‘world blues’. He loves playing around the intersection of the different traditional styles of Batwa, Bahutu and Batutsi music.
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