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« Who is what are we, admirable question! » Aimé Césaire

Without constituting a manifesto, we wanted this first issue to be an affirmation. First of all, of the desire to carry on what made the four years of the Lettre des musique et des arts africains successful: its engagement, its accessibility, its competence, its topicality. An affirmation of a conviction, too: namely that a monthly journal on African cultural expressions is viable and necessary, and is not about recreating a ghetto, but rather, is a site of plurality, of exchange, of reflection, a non-hermetic attempt to go deeper, favouring debate and, above all, giving voice to the actors of the cultures concerned. As we see these debates as being inscribed in a History, we have adopted a book format, which will encourage people to keep it on their bookshelves. As we aim to go deeper into the topics explored, each issue will be presented in the form of a thematic dossier. Without claiming to be exhaustive, it will be conceived of as a series ...

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