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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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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