- Interview with French anthropologist Adeline Masquelier about her book “Fada” — A book about “tea-groups” in Niger. Interesting because the same concept exists in Manding-speaking areas and countries and it’s called a grin.
- Matchday 1: Ahmed Sékou Touré — Episode focused on Guinea’s first president and his relationship to soccer after independence.
- “How Africans Are Changing French” — New York Times article looking into French’s changing form in Africa (mostly reported from Côte d’Ivoire). Doesn’t really mention the role or place of African languages, which is disappointing.
- Updated Bambara Language Translation of the UN Declaration of Human Rights — An unofficial editing job done by JJ Méric of Mali Pense. [in French]
- Musokan — App with 16 stories narrated and transcibed into Dioula with French translation included
- Bakary Diallo, mémories peules — Short film about a Funali shepard who was a tirailleur Sénégalais and poet that wrote in Fula
- Zanga School’s YouTube Playlist of Songs with Manding Language Lyrics — Transcribed and translated into English and French
- Daousko for learning Spanish in Bambara — Malian content creator on TikTok and YouTube that teaches people how to speak Spanish in Bambara.