On October 15, 1987, Burkinabe revolutionary idealist and Pan-Africanist, Thomas Sankara was killed in a coup d’état organised by his former colleague Blaise Compaoré. In testimony to his ongoing pan African legacy, Casa Hankili So Africa, an art centre for exiled African writers, artists and creators in Mexico, celebrated his life and death in a tribute at last year’s Pan African Space Station (PASS) Popup at Museo Tamayo, Mexico City.
- PASS in Oslo (17 – 20 February 2021)
- NEW STORIES ABOUT MUSIC IN AFRICA
- SALIM WASHINGTON, DALISU NDLAZI, ASHER GAMEDZE… IN CONVERSATION