Happy #100EpisodesOfUfahamu! For our 100th episode, Rachel interviews Siba Grovogui about race and racism in international relations. You can listen to the interview in English or French! Kim and Rachel talk about Zambia’s COVID response, a crisis in Ethiopia, and the passing of Jerry Rawlings.
We also announce our Ufahamu Africa essay competition. Submit a one-page essay reflecting on a topic of your choice within the broad scope of life and politics in African politics to win some podcast swag or a chance to read your essay on a future episode. … More Ep. 100: A conversation with Siba Grovogui about race and racism in international relations
Presidential elections are happening in multiple African countries, where we’re seeing constitutional changes that allow presidents to seek third terms. Kim and Rachel also talk about the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in Nigeria, the politics of education access, and a new report on migration in Africa.
This week’s interview features Lina Benabdallah—an expert on China-Africa relations—and the links between China and Africa (plus, her new book!). … More Ep. 97: A conversation with Lina Benabdallah on the link between China and Africa
A lot is happening in the news! Kim and Rachel highlight some of the things they’re seeing in their news feed, including: ECOWAS and Mali, African responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, and Takondwa Semphere’s recent review of Beyonce’s “Black is King.”
Kim interviews Oumar Ba, whose new book about the International Criminal Court highlights his expertise in international justice. … More Ep. 95: A conversation with Oumar Ba about international justice
We’re back with season 5 of the Ufahamu Africa podcast! In this teaser episode, Kim and Rachel share what they’ve been reading, the conversations and guests they are looking forward to, and announce that the podcast has received funding from the Carnegie Corporation.
Tune in every Saturday for new episodes that will continue to prioritize African perspectives as we learn about life and politics on the continent. … More Ep. 94: A conversation with our co-hosts, Rachel Beatty Riedl and Kim Yi Dionne
On Our Radar Update your African politics reading list with help from Kim and Rachel. We’ve read books by Simukai Chigudu, Jeffrey Paller, and our very own Rachel Beatty Riedl. We’ve been covering all things elections, from Guinea to Tanzania to the United States. Hear from experts in our election-related podcast episodes. In 2021, COVID-19 … More New Episodes