A conversation with historian Mark Bray about the origins of modern anti-fascist movements.
At the epicenter for climate injustice, Nicaraguans plant solutions.
A look at the work of revolutionary Cuban military doctors throughout Africa in the midst of 1960s liberation movements. This second part in a series on the topic focuses on the relationships between Cuban doctors and African civilians, vaccination efforts, and the social and political impact of Cuba's efforts.
In walking out of their country en masse, Hondurans are making a loud, bold statement about the extreme injustices they face at home.
“Activism and imagination at Europe’s external borders is much more radical than in Western Europe,” said Dominique Willaert, artistic leader of the social-artistic movement Victoria Deluxe.
Source: The Guardian
Shamed by a gap in his reading, the Guardian writer vowed to read only fiction by African women in 2018. After 19 novels spanning Nigeria to Ethiopia, he shares what he learned
At last year’s Guardian Opinion Christmas party – modest affairs at which those who want to dance are outnumbered by those who want to talk by at least five to one – I met Chibundu Onuzo, a Nigerian author.
“We share a publisher,” she told me.
“I’m sorry,” I told her. “I haven’t read your book.”