Who fact checks online disinformation in West Africa’s Bambara language? · Global Voices

Si ni kɛnɛya (“Longevity and health”), a Bambara/Jula language inscription on a bush taxi in Burkina Faso. Image/translation by Coleman Donaldson/An ka taa and used with permission.

Editor’s note: This personal essay was written following a Twitter campaign organized by Global Voices sub-Saharan Africa and Rising Voices where each week, a different language activist shared their perspectives on the intersection of digital rights and African Languages as part of the project, “The identity matrix: Platform regulation of online threats to expression in Africa.” 

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