28 Sep
Mali: Time to Assert Continuing Cultural Diversity After the Coup | allAfrica
By Celeste Hicks
In all the depressing headlines about Mali becoming West Africa’s ‘new Afghanistan’, or the frustrated editorials about the country’s apparent political paralysis (the ICG’s Gilles Yabi recently said “it’s as if Mali has fallen into a coma”) it sometimes seems as if the image of a Mali rich in cultural heritage has vanished.
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Photo: Kevin Sharp/Flickr

Mali: Time to Assert Continuing Cultural Diversity After the Coup | allAfrica

By Celeste Hicks

In all the depressing headlines about Mali becoming West Africa’s ‘new Afghanistan’, or the frustrated editorials about the country’s apparent political paralysis (the ICG’s Gilles Yabi recently said “it’s as if Mali has fallen into a coma”) it sometimes seems as if the image of a Mali rich in cultural heritage has vanished.

FULL ARTICLE (allAfrica)

Photo: Kevin Sharp/Flickr

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