Read texts from many languages & different writing systems
upper left: Adama Bamba, lower left: Mohamad Mahmud Niang, center: Tifinagh Script, upper right: Zeinabou Gondi, lower right: Elghamis Ramada
Listen to oral histories of African women
top row: Hadja Aminatou Djima, Fatimata Madougou, Mariama Mahame, Haoua Ali
bottom row: Zeinabou Hamadou, Rabi Yazi Dogo, Hadiza Boukaray, Laraba Illia
Hear first-person stories from Africans in the diaspora
left: Yelimane Fall, top row: Ada Luntu, Zoliswa Mali bottom row: Akalpa John Akaligaung, Fatimata Coulibaly Sanogo
Experience audio and video of over 40 African musicians and groups.
top row: Kusasi Women’s Songs, Lolig Tuopang
bottom row: Farafina, Zarma Wedding songs
Learn about this project to improve the accessibility of human rights charters.
left: Lamine Kane, center: Fatou Kiné Camara, right: Chafi Bakari
Discover the work of this Hausa Theater Icon from the Republic of Niger.
Some of the many contributors to ALMA
Zeinabu Kumanco, Pular Poet and Museum Curator in Labe, Republic of Guinea
Halima Sarmey wrote the history of Niger in Hausa
Mamou Rural Radio Station local language broadcasters and ALMA Director, Prof. John Hutchison
Daramani Tarawele, self-published Malian author with more than 100 Bamanankan titles
Youssouf Haidara, Songhai language author and editor, head of educational reform, Ministry of Education, Bamako, Mali