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We Go Two Buttons Deep With Diana Belanger And The Reality Of Life In The Peace Corps

Growing up in suburbia, New York, the Peace Corps was always a distant constant of conversation growing up. A tale here of a friend’s older cousin, a vendor at my school-sponsored career fair. 2,907 more words

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breakfast of Senegalese champions

This millet porridge is called lakh and it’s the traditional breakfast across Senegal. It’s really heavy and in olden days was perfect for keeping farmers full all morning in the fields. 150 more words


"I love my father, he is my everything" Anonymous interview with young Senegalese woman

Interview conducted (in French) on August 29th, 2016.
The interviewee has chosen to remain anonymous.
A sample of the recording will be available soon.

Café Dakar shares interviews with real people living in Dakar, Senegal. 2,254 more words


Famous Senegalese: Akon

How many of you grew up listening to “Smack That”, “Beautiful”, “Don’t Matter”, and “Hypnotized”?  During the early 2000’s Akon was super relative in the American music industry.   386 more words

Community Resistance to Senhuile Land Grab Sparks Hope in Senegal

By Alice Martin-Prével | Oakland Institute | September 1, 2016

Senegalese agro-pastoralists are striking wins against Senhuile SA, a foreign-owned agribusiness company established in Ndiaël, Saint-Louis Region of Senegal.

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¡Un concierto como una casa!

Todos los miembros de Fundación Babel Punto de Encuentro y también los vinculados en Senegal, queremos agradecer la generosidad de los dos grupos de Gospel ( Blackinblanc & WAYS) que cantaron el pasado 8 de Octubre de 2016 en el Teatre de Sarrià. 188 more words


VW3 "The Osprey incident"

Ospreys are coming back to their wintering areas and we start having news from them in Africa!

UV has reached North Senegal. On October 12 he was visiting familiar areas like the north part of the… 229 more words