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 →
...... Come witness the Stories from the Forgotten People of Africa's Last Colony ......
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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 →
“Western Sahara: on the brink of war” was the title of the latest presentation I have given. It may not sound so new since the Saharawi liberation movement, Polisario Front, has threatened to return to the use of arms several times... Read The Rest →
An earthen berm, barbed wire and landmines divide Western Sahara in two. In the distance, Moroccan soldiers monitor the activity of Gritos Contra El Muro as they protest against Moroccan occupation and its separation wall. Built in the 1980s, the Moroccan... Read The Rest →