Jump into 2020 with this exciting new African Sky Podcast! Host Adam Klein dives deep into the world of Malian music with noted writer, guitarist, producer, and journalist Banning Eyre! Start your 2020 with this brilliant review of the remarkable music of Mali, and then tell is what you think of the African Sky PodcastContinue reading Our First 2020 African Sky Podcast… featuring Banning Eyre!
Don’t miss the new Fall 2019 African Sky Podcast with Adam Klein! In this episode… William Moseley, Professor of Geography and Director of the Food, Agriculture & Society Program at Macalester College, discusses his Peace Corps experience in Mali, his dissertation on poverty-induced environmental degradation and the political ecology of cotton production in Mali and a rangeContinue reading New Podcast with Dr. William Moseley (Macalester College)!
By Jenny Cordle. One of Hadi Toure’s goals is to give back to her home country of Mali. As African Sky’s Environmental Health Program Director, she is committed to providing opportunities for Malian girls to succeed in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Hadi previously worked at STEMusso as a project manager and has continuedContinue reading DIANA Project Inspires Malian Girls Through Environmental Engineering
Be sure to check out the latest episode of the African Sky Podcast with Adam Klein. In this episode, Adam talks with ethnomusicologist Mina Girgis, Co-Founder and CEO of the groundbreaking musical ensemble and advocacy initiative The Nile Project. Adam and Mina discuss the remarkable history of The Nile Project and musical exchange between West Africa andContinue reading Ethnomusicology! New Podcast Episode…
By Nicoletta Richardson. In 2004, African Sky was born out of love for and the desire to spread awareness of the people and cultures of Mali. Since then, African Sky has developed a wide array of unique collaborations with individuals and groups who share a passion for Mali. Over a year ago whenContinue reading Kini Fe: Connecting Returned Peace Corps Volunteers with Their Host Families
By Amy Freels. African Sky held an event at the Mucky Duck Brewery in May to benefit women in Mali in regard to literacy opportunities. Attendees learned how their support of literacy programs will not only empower women in rural villages, it will also strengthen entire families and communities. The event raised enough fundsContinue reading Passport to Literacy Event Provides Education for Dozens of Women in Mali
By Janice Levi. On March 6, local boutique Carnaby Street Style in Kent, Ohio, hosted a Girls’ Night Out, entitled “Power of the Skirt” in order to raise funds for African Sky’s Women’s Literacy Project. The event was an intimate affair of over twenty ladies who attended in order to learn more about African Sky. Helen McKee,Continue reading Power of the Skirt Event Promotes Women’s Literacy in Mali
[Re-blogged from Elite Daily] By Chelsea Clinton. On the eve of International Women’s Day, and as the Clinton Foundation geared up to launch NoCeilings.org and our “Not There” awareness campaign on gender inequality, I was thrilled to spend the weekend with more than 1,000 students from over 80 countries at the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U)Continue reading Young Women Aspire To Change The World At Clinton Global Initiative University
By Scott Lacy. Since our first days as an organization and the completion of Dissan Primary School (our first school construction), we’ve been pleased to see that more students from Dissan were continuing on to 7th grade. Dissan elders were also pleased that more of their grandchildren were going to school, but they hadContinue reading With Help From Nova Scotia, AS Opens Dissan Secondary School!
By Scott Lacy. African Sky is proud to officially announce the completion of the Soumabougou School sponsored by Keeth Elementary School in Winter Springs, Florida. Our construction team finished installing doors, windows, chalkboards, and roofing by March 2013; our painter finished his work by the end of April. Construction leaders Yacouba Sangare and Oumar SamakeContinue reading African Sky completes the Soumabougou School