SOURCE: Al Jazeera
A large museum will open in Dakar, 52 years after Senegal's first president presented a post-colonial cultural vision.
SOURCE: Anadolu Agency
“We know that Commander [Louis] Faidherbe, who gave the name to Dakar's biggest street today, killed 20,000 people in eight months.”
by Jori Lewis
If you descend from slaves in Senegal, your shame is an open secret and your life limited by stigma and disrespect
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