Wednesday, 1 December 2010

This Week on I (WRITE) Africa

First, we would like to say THANK YOU for the support! In just two weeks, we have had 24 facebook likes, one follower, and 484 page views. This is just the beginning. Continue to support us as we support the continent's greatest asset: the imagination.

This week on the blog we have:

AfroPolitik's very first post, Said the Oppressor to the Oppressed; a more philosophical take on the current political status quo on the continent.
On The Lines Blur we have yet another piece by M. Shabaya called Mother, There is a Madman at Our Door. It is a dark narrative on grief and grieving.

And finally new to the blog is Augatora a space where art and politics meet. Augatora is a lost word. In its literal form it means eye-gate. In this page we publish what catches our eye and yours from around the web! This could be photography, music, video, visuals anything that you feel catches your attention and forces you to think, to laugh and to question. If you have any interesting Augatora links you would like to share drop us a line and we will be sure to post it!

So don't forget, read, enjoy and COMMENT here on the main page!

1 comment:

  1. Hi Marie, I smell talent when I see it miles away and I am always very proud of Africans who are creative and deeply feel for the plight of our continent. I would like to engage you further...keep up the great work!


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