Issue 3: Stories about Home & Community

  1. Introduction by Rita Umuliza

  2. Rooted by Igihozo Gloria

  3. Petit Pays Review, The Walls Between Us by Mutsinzi

  4. The Imperceptible Ways Architecture Impacts Our Behavior by Ben Rutabana

  5. Comfort by Ines Makuza

  6. Why Design Matters by Angela Shyaka

  7. Here Is My Hope by Uwera Ntaganzwa

  8. Communitarism for Dummies by Maya Mutesi

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Reviews

Outside — Burna Boy's remarkable third studio album

Burna Boy's Outside is sometimes playful, sometimes serious, other times sentimental but it maintains the same quality of enjoyment and uncompromisable chill present on Burna Boy's past records,and perhaps even exceeds them.

Blur EP

Blur, a concept piece by Mucyo, tells the relatable story of the phases in a relationship from start to end. Produced by Eloi El, fellow Rwandan, the EP adopts Mucyo’s artistic inspiration from old school artists to current musicians on the neo-soul and RnB scene.

Ram Chahe Leela

Ram Chahe Leela is one of the songs in the highly popular 2013 hindi film directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali called Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela.

Kindil El Bahr

Kindil El Bahr is a 40-minute visual representation of Khaled Hosseini’s quote in his book  A Thousand Splendid Suns : “Like a compass needle that points north, a man’s accusing finger always finds a woman.”

E.T: Letter From Yokosuka(Remix)

For E.T, this is a commendable first single. How he pays tribute to both a legendary producer and his grandfather through a timeless instrumental serves to immortalize the two people even more.

Zombie - A Force for Liberation

Fela’s music is timeless because his words carry universal truths which were expressed through a mix of instruments and genres to create Afrobeat, almost as if to say that the African spirit forever renews itself. You simply can’t put it in a box.

Articles

Ysolde and Her Magical Shoes is a Rwandan fairy tale written by Dominique Uwase Alonga. It tells the story of young Ysolde and her journey towards courage and compassion. Read More

Portia Uwase discusses the influence of western cultural appropriation and how it affects dark skinned women in India. Read More

At night, depression comes at me with full force. Everything hits me all at once, and I feel helpless. I succumb to it, letting it take over me and consume me; There is no fight left in me at this ... Read More

The only times we express our thoughts on love, are when we're either in a relationship or in the deepest state of singlehood. The in between and its unravelling is left to memes and anonymous owne... Read More

I like to think that feminism is like a huge piece of fabric that looks different and should be different on every woman. Read More

The best of therapies to get you out of self-doubt is conversation—fruitful, intelligent conversation—because there is no growth without learning. Read More