Stories about The Bridge from August, 2017
"In a space where my vitality is neither disrespected, ignored nor discarded, I, as a black woman, can thrive."
Half of the world’s languages are dying, but we can help preserve the age-old cultural heritage contained in them by documenting the languages around us in digital form.
He was in his 20s before he ever set eyes on a cockroach. Today, he's a skilled exterminator of the creatures that plague Japanese homes.
Tanzania is blessed with countless stories and young people who are craving to tell them. But they need their compatriots' support in order to succeed.
"We need to open up a space to talk more about sex, and then artists like me want to open that up even more, to talk about queerness."
"I wish someone would throw acid on Gulalai's face". The smear campaign against the female tribal politician has been especially fierce on Twitter.
"The fear of challenging leaders who cling to power is, for some Africans, rooted in anxiety about alternatives—alternatives which remain unknown because they are never allowed to emerge and develop."