Presidential omnipotence has reached its climax in Senegal: its guardian violated the Constitution

By Human Rights Specialist Prof. Denis Ndour This afternoon, the message from the party leader, Macky SALL, guardian of the Constitution, sounded like a hammer blow to the heads of many Senegalese citizens: how can we cancel an electoral process … Read More

Senegalese Diaspora: What you need to know if you plan on voting on February 25, 2024

Africa in Harlem invited Pape Sette Dramé, the vice-president of the External Delegation of the Autonomous National Electoral Commission (DECENA), to discuss the February 25th 2024 elections, and the disqualification of Senegal’s prominent opposition leader Ousmane Sonko from the presidential … Read More

Senegalese travelers unhappy with Delta Airlines but lack options

There was frustration in the air among the more than 150 passengers looking to board Delta’s Boeing 757-200 aircraft heading to Dakar, Senegal on July 17, 2021 with the hope of celebrating Eid-al-Adah, one of the most important Muslim holidays, … Read More

Wolof: Financial assistance registration for the Senegalese Diaspora ends today

Africa in Harlem invited the Consul General of Senegal in New York, Elhadji Ndanghane Ndao, to discuss the Coronavirus financial assistance program targeting the Senegalese Diaspora living in the US.   To fill out the application click on the link … 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

ASA youth committee celebrates 55th Anniversary of the independence of Senegal

By Isseu Diouf Campbell The youth committee of the Association of Senegalese in America (ASA) hosted in Harlem a reception in celebration of the 55th Anniversary of the independence of Senegal on April 4, 2015, at the newly renovated headquarters … Read More

ASA honors six outstanding women of the Senegalese Diaspora

By Isseu Diouf Campbell The Association of Senegalese in America (ASA) celebrated Women’s History Month on March 11, 2015 at the National Black Theater in Harlem by honoring six outstanding women from the community. The 20015 honorees are Aminata Diop, Fatou … Read More

Wolof: Ousmane Dramé speaks about her two children being beaten and called Ebola

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Youssou NDour plays two sold out shows at BAM

 Youssou NDour By Isseu Diouf Campbell Senegalese minister, singer and songwriter Youssou NDour performed two sold out shows on September 12 and 13, 2014, at BAM Howard Gilman Opera House in Brooklyn as part of the 2014 Next Wave Festival. … Read More

The Murid brotherhood celebrates Shaykh Ahmadou Bamba Day in New York City

L-R: Shaykh Cheikhouna Mbacke with Shaykh Mame Mor MBacke (in white) on  Shaykh Ahmadou Bamba Day By Isseu Diouf Campbell Translated in French by Aisha Dabo On July 28, 2013, hundreds of members of the Murid brotherhood marched in the streets of Harlem … Read More