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Things We Inherited: Voices from Africa Curated by Liyou Libsekal

Eddy Kamuanga Ilunga | To deny value of cultural identity | 2015 | Circuit board and fabric The African continent, being home to thousands of languages and hundreds of varying cultural identities, has richly diverse forms of poetic tradition. The …

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“Revival”

The gate-guard is at special attention positioned in highland chill new gold buttons and a collar hand-twined blanket in a dejected corner on the tables, reserve is hung and the meat devoured with the finest whiskies teasing the men teasing …

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Composer

the Composer is a father of lullabies ostensible notes drank under waning light the tunes spread the hues of promise he is a herder of tongues and eardrums penning dreams while the earth generations bled for is cut up today …

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