Nov 12 2022
Ep. 153: A conversation with fellow Samah Fawzi about the Western Sahara (part 1)
In this episode, our fellow from last season, Samah Fawzi, does a deep dive into the Western Sahara, its history, composition, and current affairs. She engages in discussions with Sahrawi people from different professional backgrounds and geographical location, with the aims of detangling complex and at times contradictory historical tales, shedding light into the often underrepresented or misrepresented stories from the Sahrawi people and the Sahrawi refugee camps, as well as sharing best practices of innovation and resilience in the face of adversary.Samah interviews Mbarek SidAhmed, Salamu Ali Brahim, Taleb Ibrahim, and Tateh Lehbib.Books, Links, & Articles Journalist Ekow Dontoh""Ex-Goldman Banker Arrested Over Alleged Ghana Bribery Scheme" by Patricia Hurtado "Explainer: COP27: What is 'Loss and Damage,' and who should pay?" by Kate Abnett "Analysis: Us falling $32bn short on 'fair share' of 100bn climate-finance goal" by CarbonBrief Facebook and Instagram of Mbarek SidAhmed Email of Taleb Ibrahim Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn of Tateh Lehbib Global, Regional and Local Dimensions of Western Sahara’s Protracted Decolonization When a Conflict Gets Old"The Sahara's Forgotten War (Full Length)" by VICE NewsFind the books, links, and articles we mentioned in this episode on our website, ufahamuafrica.com.