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Adama Munu

Adama Munu

Munu is a broadcast journalist and is interested in Afro-Arab relations. She is currently pursuing a masters degree in Middle East politics at Birkbeck College.

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.

15 February, 2023

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.

22 February, 2022

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.

17 December, 2021

Somalia witnessed one of the most horrific days in its troubled history on Saturday when a bomb exploded in central Mogadishu killing at least 300 people.

17 October, 2017

Nearly two thousand died this year alone while trying to cross the Mediterranean. It is time to recognise what drives refugees to the sea, and celebrate them, writes Munu

22 June, 2017

Muhammad Ali, a living legend whose spirited principles allowed us to recognise a strength that was both human and supererogatory human. What can we learn from this prolific individual?

03 June, 2017

Both Egypt and Sudan must recognise that good bilateral relations are key to solving political and security concerns writes Adama Munu.

25 April, 2017

While Muslim communities readily quote Malcolm X, much more needs to be done to tackle the racism faced by the Black community, writes Adama Munu

06 December, 2016