|When||Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, 4 – 5 p.m.|
|Campus location||Communications Building (CMU)|
|Event types||Lectures/Seminars, Special Events|
|Event sponsors||Mellon Foundation, UW Department of Anthropology, UW African Studies, and UW French & Italian Studies|
The UW will host Xuman and Keyti, the driving forces behind Senegal's "JT Rappé" (Rap TV news). Musicians, scholars, activists and journalists, Xuman and Keyti played a significant role in the urban youth and pop culture led "Y'en a marre" protest movements that have transformed Senegalese politics since 2011.