Book Club: A tale that highlights the perseverance of Black identity, Haji Jabir's Black Foam is a modern odyssey of transit through turbulence. The reader is taken on the journey from Eritrea to Israel, a trip fraught with danger and racism.
Contrary to how the Arab world is often perceived, the region is awash with racial, ethnic, religious diversity. One especially prominent group are Black Arabs, who have been a cultural and political force throughout the Arab world's history.
Film Review: Amina is a historical blockbuster that situates the viewer within the royal fortunes of the Kingdom of Zazzau. Unique in having an African, Muslim heroine as its protagonist, the film has nonetheless garnered mixed reviews.