Sudan

Sinkane interview for The WILD magazine

Sinkane is a Mondegreen

by: Blaine Skrainka


Sinkane may be a new name to many, but Ahmed Gallab is no rookie. Before his debut record hit the scene, the Sudanese-born multi-instrumentalist had already collaborated with the likes of electronic experimentalists Caribou, Of Montreal […]

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Caribou, CMJ, CMJ Music Marathon, DFA Records, Interviews, James Murphy, MARS, music, Of Montreal, Runnin', Sinkane, Sudan, The Wild Magazine, Yeasayer
Sudanese Tobe

Under African Skies, Sudan + Tanzania

by: Blaine Skrainka


Photograph by J. Carrier Traditional clothing that survives across generations has to be both fashionable and functional. No place is this truer than on the continent of Africa, a place increasingly considered the next fashion […]

Tags: Africa, Beadwork, Blaine Skrainka, Dan Westergren, Fashion, J. Carrier, National geographic, photography, Picture of the day, Sudan, Tanzania, The Wild Magazine
Eric Mitjans, Sudan, President Salva Kiir, Independence Day

The Morning of Independence Day, South Sudan

by: Marina Lucic


Six men sitting in the sun and waiting for the ceremony of Independence day to begin. Photo by Eric Mitjans. For more of Eric’s photos, click here.

Tags: Eric Mitjans, Independence Day, Marina Lucic, President Salva Kiir, Sudan
A Visible Debate

A Visible Debate

by: Blaine Skrainka


I admit, I had been swept up by the Invisible Children bandwagon. But it didn’t happen yesterday. In fact, my first ever post in The WILD Magazine highlighted IC’s work with the African music group, […]

Tags: A Visible Debate, AMREF, Blaine Skrainka, Central African Republic, charity, Charity Navigator, Congo, Doctors Without Borders, DRC, Invisible Children, Joseph Kony, Lord's Resistance Army, LRA, Social Media, Sudan, The Wild Magazine, Uganda, Visible Children, Washington Post, Water.org, Web 2.0, world
Children in Uganda

Looking Into The Abyss, An Uncertain Future for the Children of Uganda

by: Blaine Skrainka


Children in Uganda are the ongoing victims of the longest-standing armed conflict in Africa. Led by Josephy Kony, The Lord’s Resistance Army have reigned terror across central Africa for over two decades. The LRA have […]

Tags: Africa, Blaine Skrainka, Central Africa, Child Soldiers Uganda, Congo, Invisible Children, Joseph Kony, Leslie Alsheimer, Looking Into The Abyss, Lord's Resistance Army, LRA, National geographic, Picture of the day, Sudan, The Wild Magazine, Uganda

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