Senegalese American youth in Harlem remember lives lost during last week’s protests in Senegal

Photos credit: Isseu Diouf Campbell Senegalese American youth gathered at the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building in Harlem on March 12, 2021 in solidarity with the Senegalese opposition back home. They remembered the lives lost during the protests … Read More

Ousmane Sonko: Free at last!

Senegalese opposition leader Ousmane Sonko was released on March 8, 2021 from a detention his lawyer is said should not have exceeded 48 hours. Sonko was arrested on March 3, 2021 on his way to court to respond to rape … Read More

Video: Sunu Thiossane Broooklyn Student Dance Performance

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Photos by Isseu Diouf Campbell Sunu Thiossane Youth Development Agency hosted its 5th Annual Screening and Dinner fundraiser on May 13 at BAM Fisher in Brooklyn. The evening started with a screening of Larabilaran: Le Talibé et Moi, a film … Read More

Photos: Senegalese Diaspora celebrates in New York 57 years of independence

Photos by Isseu Diouf Campbell The Senegalese community of New York City celebrated 57 years of independence at the headquarters of the Association of Senegalese in America in Harlem on April 4, 2017. Several government officials from the Permanent Mission … Read More

Senegalese citizens back to the polls

L-R: A Senegalese citizen voting in Harlem By Isseu Diouf Campbell Senegalese citizens are going back to the polls on March 25, 2012, for the second round of the presidential elections opposing incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade and former president of … Read More

ASA Women’s Day celebration

L-R: Honorees Sokhna Oumou Sy, Rama Dial, and friends By Isseu Diouf Campbell The Senegalese Association of America honored on March 11, 2012, ten members of the Senegalese Diaspora for their dedication to community service. The ceremony took place in … Read More

Moustapha Niasse comes first in New York

Counting the votes in polling station number 4 By Isseu Diouf Campbell Thousands of Senegalese citizens converged yesterday towards Wadleigh school, one of New York’s voting centers located in Harlem, to elect the next president of the West African country … Read More