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About Boubacar Boris Diop

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Boubacar Boris Diop (born in 1946 in Dakar) is a Senegalese novelist, journalist and screenwriter. He taught literature and philosophy in several Senegalese high schools. He became technical advisor at the Cultural Ministry of Senegal. His best known work, Murambi, le livre des ossements (Murambi: The Book of Bones), is the fictional account of a notorious massacre during the Rwandan genocide of 1994. He is also the founder of Sol, an independent newspaper in Senegal, and the author of many books, political works, plays and screenplays. Doomi Golo (2006) is one of the only novels ever written in Wolof; it deals with the life of a Senegalese Wolof family. The book was published by Papyrus Afrique, Dakar.





About Bojana Coulibaly

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Bojana grew up in France where she completed her secondary and higher education. She holds a Ph.D. in Languages and Intercultural Studies. She has experience teaching both French and English as a Foreign Language and French and English as a Mother Language in France, the United States and Senegal. She is also a researcher in languages and contemporary literature and cultures.











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Ciné-Club Online Discussion: Run

directed by Philippe Lacôte

Thursday, May 27, 2021 6:00 PM To 6:40 PM

For this month’s ciné-club we will be discussing Run, a 2014 French-Ivorian drama film directed by Philippe Lacôte. The film follows the fictionalized account of the 2011 post-election upheaval in the Ivory Coast that killed 3,000 people.

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Story & Craft Time at the Virtual Library

Let’s read la fée Fifolette and make a fairy craft

Friday, May 28, 2021 4:00 PM To 4:30 PM

Discover the magical world of la fée Fifolette !

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Barre en français: May Sessions

Exercise your body and your vocabulary!

Monday, May 10, 2021 6:30 PM To 7:30 PM

Improve your health and your vocabulary during our online barre classes in French!

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