Posts about Memories
What are the odds of stumbling across a Spanish-speaking Japanese who has lived and worked in the Dominican Republic for 47 years importing some of the finest coffee beans in Asia?
How can you be and not be a GV'r? What strange membership level has this player unlocked?
Yemen's past has had many stories that inspire us as Yemeni and non-Yemeni.
That time Global Voices ran a Valentine's Day poetry contest.
The blogging award to honor the memory of our friend Boukary Konaté is now a reality.
In the capital city of Colombo, the 2017 photography exhibition titled 'Hope' marked 70 years since the Independence of Sri Lanka.
There are many injustices happening every day across the world that prevent us from having a sound sleep. That's why we must keep on doing what we do as GVers.
‘My dream Was to Bring Internet to my Village.’ A Final Homage to Boukary Konaté from his Friends and Colleagues
We are deeply saddened to announce the death of our friend and collaborator, Boukary Konaté.
Remembering Anna: An unrelenting activist for African justice and a huge loss for the Global Voices community
Anna Guèye: Gone too soon. It is with great sadness that I learned of the passing of Anna Guèye, author and translator for Global Voices en français and a forceful voice for the francophone African community online. In addition to her many projects, Anna was one of the co-founders of Africtivistes, a network...
I am privileged to be in the company of creative and intelligent individuals whose work and life stories provide a daily inspiration to me and countless others.