اصوات الصحراويين --- Blog out of the Saharawi Refugee Camps

...... Come witness the Stories from the Forgotten People of Africa's Last Colony ......

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Artists against Moroccan wall

A convoy prepares to depart from the art school where the ARTIFARITI art festival is being hosted in the Boujdour refugee camp. International artists and festival participants had the opportunity to take part in a demonstration in front of the Moroccan... Read The Rest →

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Cast in sand

  The films debut at the annual Fisahara film festival held in Dajla; a refugee camp located in the middle of the Sahara desert in Algeria, was a success. There were about 75 people in attendance. The film followed the lives... Read The Rest →

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Fisahara 2014: first-timer account

 Maybe it didn’t have the prestige of some of the high profile venues, but the importance of the film festival I attended last week was fortified by both its uniqueness and significance. For 5 days, people from dozens of countries all... Read The Rest →

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Fisahara as if you were there.

The FiSahara 2014 convoy on the road to Dakhla, the Saharawi refugee camp 180 km southeast of Tindouf, Algeria. Participants take a roadside break after 2 hours of driving. Dakhla, the most remote of the five Saharawi refugee camps, is waking... Read The Rest →

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Tindouf: A City between Two Cultures

The city of Tindouf was originally built in 1852 by the Tajakant tribe, a North African tribe. However, in 1895, the Reguibat tribe, a rival Saharawi tribe from Western Sahara, destroyed the city. Later, the city fell under the French’s colonization... Read The Rest →

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