The Week on Sunday (weekly)

Sexual Violence in Egypt: Myths and Realities Violence against women across historical, cultural, and national divides continues to be a socially accepted practice, if not a norm. In the realms of both policy and social awareness, we have collectively failed…

The Week on Sunday (weekly)

More on pèpè and Haitian textiles – Tate Watkins At Humanosphere, Tom Murphy provides the latest in a smattering of recent articles and posts about the secondhand clothes market in Haiti, and textile production. He focuses on some of my…

The Week on Sunday (weekly)

Open season on black boys after a verdict like this | Gary Younge | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk Appeals for calm in the wake of such a verdict raise the question of what calm there can possibly be in…

The Week on Sunday (weekly)

rules of the black panther party | mark jacobs lives! http://africasacountry.com/summer-reading-list/ Everything I’ve heard and read about François-Xavier Fauvel-Aymar’s Le Rhinocéros d’Or tells me I’m going to love it… The author is a French historian who specializes in medieval Africa…