Krumping, a popular hip-hop dance style from Los Angeles, has made its way to Liberia thanks to the internet and creative teens hungry for innovative outlets for their talents.
Posts Tagged: Africa
Africa has the highest concentration of teens on the planet, and in Nairobi they are expressing themselves in never-before-seen ways.
Veils and Cleats: Zanzibar’s New Generation Queens
On the island of Zanzibar, a semi-autonomous state off the coast of Tanzania, there is an old cultural belief that Islam and women’s soccer are incompatible.
A Life On Hold: Story of a Teen Refugee.
When war broke out in Libya last year, thousands of refugees from countries including Somalia, Sudan, and Eritrea, were forced to flee for their lives.
Sharp style and sweet love fill these portraits of young couples of Bamako, Mali in the early-mid 1950s.
Twists, turns, rows and spikes—student hairstyles of the seventies, Congo.
In the late 1950s in one of the poorest cities in Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo), Léopoldville (modern-day Kinshasa) a subculture emerged.
These bright, young Masindi Senior Secondary School students wear crisp white short-sleeved collared shirts emblazoned with their fire red school emblem.
Records, twisting, beach bumming, all-night posing, layered in textiles — photographs of Mali youth culture in the 1960s and 70s by Malick Sidibé.
London Teen Joins Libyan Rebels
“I just couldn’t sit there and watch the news, I was going mad.