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  • blog October 1, 2016

    Fall Benefit Party Success!

    Afropop’s inaugural Icons & Innovators benefit party in Washington D.C. on Thurs., Sept. 29 was a huge success! We had a full house of people from all walks of life and the spirit was high. We celebrated and honored three … Read more »

  • blog March 29, 2016

    Rokia Traoré Live at the Highline Ballroom

    I saw singer/guitarist Rokia Traoré and her band deliver a rollicking set at the Highline Ballroom in New York on March 23, performing songs from her new album Ne So (Nonesuch), which reflects on the profound troubles in the north … Read more »

  • feature February 23, 2016

    Afropop Returns to Mali: Part Two

    Our first report left off as the first annual Festival Acoustik de Mali was wrapping up in Bamako, and we (Sean Barlow and Banning Eyre) were bidding farewell to the fellow journalists and artists who took part in that historic … Read more »

  • feature February 17, 2016

    Afropop Returns to Mali

    Hello from Bamako, where it seems almost no one has heard of Donald Trump. How refreshing! Banning Eyre and I arrived here about 10 days ago and hit the ground running, doing numerous interviews, concert recordings, video documentation and more. … Read more »

  • blog December 2, 2015

    Photo Essay: Afropop Peabody Gala at Ford Foundation

    Afropop Worldwide was recently honored when the Ford Foundation hosted a celebration of Afropop’s Peabody Institutional Award recognizing our 27-year body of work. All photos taken by Atane Ofiaja at the Ford Foundation Gala on Nov. 30.

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