Listening more deeply to what makes sounds meaningful for people within their respective contexts matters in an era of rising expressions of racism in the pandemic.
There is so much more to Iran than politics. Its traditional music carries messages of beauty, joy, sorrow and love to the world.
Senegal is important for Africa because it’s a country that shifts the narrative of the continent as an “arc of instability.”
A majority of the over 24 mosques spread over Palu were damaged in the tsunami. Two of them survived, though one of them is gradually sinking.
Passionate musicians in Western India are committed to “break down the walls” of hate built by opportunistic politics between religious communities.
A new attack on a Sufi mosque in Egypt drives home the hatred of Islamic State and other some other Muslim groups for the Sufi traditions of inclusiveness and mystical worship.
Sufis have remained defiant after a suicide bombing at a shrine in Pakistan.
Pakistan’s rich visual and poetic culture is expressed every day on walls, rickshaws and buses. As the country struggles to offer solace to its people, they carry its narratives and emotions.