Half a million people work as artisanal miners in Zimbabwe, where they face violence, theft and environmental harms.
Looking ahead to recovery from the pandemic, we fear an acceleration of evictions of Indigenous peoples from their lands.
The civilian half of Sudan's transitional government has struggled to assert or leverage its moral authority in the face of military intransigence.
After Kenya's independence, street names acted as sites for the restitution of justice.
Afrophobia and xenophobia continue to plague Black African migrants living in South Africa.
The 2019 Sudanese revolution holds a key to a transnational understanding of liberation.