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Lusophone literature in Africa and its diaspora

The past of Portuguese colonialism reflects in the Lusuphone languages spoken in several African countries like Angola and Mozambique, the origins of the writer and musician Kalaf Epalanga and of the philosopher, journalist and cultural activist Jessemusse Cacinda. On James Murua's livestream, they discussed the challenges and opportunities of Lusophone literature on the African continent in the present and future.