shai-bel-laban:

ugh my homesickness wont go away sudan why you gotta be so close to my heart like dat b

shai-bel-laban:

ugh my homesickness wont go away sudan why you gotta be so close to my heart like dat b

(Source: b-sama)

August 9, 2012- The Washington Post: 
“Oddisee: Hip-hop’s subtle extremist”

August 9, 2012- The Washington Post: 

Oddisee: Hip-hop’s subtle extremist

Beautiful photography by the talented Aromaa! Check out her blog!

aromaa:

Meanwhile in Sudan

Posted on Monday 25 June with 3 notes.
Sudan, unite and connect with the beautiful people of our diaspora!
Africlectic: a new exciting global life-culture web-portal and magazine promoting the Diaspora’s Renaissance in culture, music, arts, fashion, science, and health through the African lens. Launching this summer 2012!!
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Sudan, unite and connect with the beautiful people of our diaspora!

Africlectic: a new exciting global life-culture web-portal and magazine promoting the Diaspora’s Renaissance in culture, music, arts, fashion, science, and health through the African lens. Launching this summer 2012!!

LIKE ON THE FACEBOOK PAGE to keep updated!

https://www.facebook.com/africlecticmag

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Queen of the Nile.

Queen of the Nile.

An Honest Mom on Our Trip to Sudan

http://anhonestmom.wordpress.com/2011/12/01/on-our-trip-to-sudan/

“Sudanese-American singer al Sarah in New York. Photo by Michael Marquand." -Helo Magazine

Sudanese-American singer al Sarah in New York. Photo by Michael Marquand." -Helo Magazine

One of the most unique parts of Ramadan in Sudan: 
“24 August 2010. El Fasher: Teenagers from Al Mahat area in El Fasher start singing everyday at 4 am to wake up the neighbours for the Suhoor, the time for Muslims to wake up to eat and pray during Ramadan.”

One of the most unique parts of Ramadan in Sudan: 

24 August 2010. El Fasher: Teenagers from Al Mahat area in El Fasher start singing everyday at 4 am to wake up the neighbours for the Suhoor, the time for Muslims to wake up to eat and pray during Ramadan.

Posted on Friday 22 July with 225 notes.
Taken in El Geneina, Sudan by Darren Cormack

Taken in El Geneina, Sudan by Darren Cormack

Posted on Tuesday 19 July with 9 notes.
The People of Sudan and South Sudan are EXTREMELY Diverse

*Note: The Joshua Project is a religiously affiliated Christian organization, but it is a source that highlights the diversity of Sudan and South Sudan’s populations.