Sarr ably demonstrates how, from the days of the Soninke
rulers to the times of British colonialism, land became a tool for power grab and control.
Ten (2.2%) patients were black Africans (i.e., persons of Pular [also known as Peul] and Soninke
ethnicity), and 2 (0.4%) patients were foreign expatriates.
She guides the reader past points of contemporary and modern speculation, as well as debate, for example, about the Almoravid conquest of Soninke
Ghana, Ibn Tumart's legendary meeting with al-Ghazali, and interpretations of Almohad terminology, sometimes with extended elaboration of the points at issue.
The Nande of Kivu in eastern DRC, Mouride of Senegalese, Soninke
of Ghana, the Hausa, Yoruba and Igbo of present day Nigeria amongst many other groups established trade settlements and operated through trade networks that connected many locations.
Languages: Arabic (official and national), Pular, Soninke
, Wolof (all national languages), French
The proportions of circumcised girls are higher in rural areas (34%) than in urban areas (22%), and most ethnic groups concerned by these practices are the Mandingo (82%), Soninke
(65%), Pular (65%) and Diola (52%).
There is Soninke
Whispers, 2017, for example, a beautiful portrait of a powerful African (or AfroBrazilian) young woman, and Under Construction, a haunting portrayal of a young black man, whose slight smile seems to be an attempt at hiding emotional pain.
There are several major Malian groups: Bambara, Fulani, Tuareg, Soninke
, Senufo, Songhai, and Mandinka.
The film, whose title is Soninke
for "Our House", is inspired by real events and is a metaphor for the unsettled state of Cisse's homeland.