Founded by Ntone Edjabe in 2002, Chimurenga (a Shona word that loosely translates as "struggle for freedom") takes many forms operating as a platform for vibrant new cultural and political projection across Africa including music, literature and visual arts. Drawing together myriad voices from across the continent and the diaspora, Chimurenga’s outputs include a journal of culture, art and politics of the same name, a quarterly broadsheet called The Chronic, The Chimurenga Library—an online resource of collected independent pan-African periodicals and personal books, and the Pan African Space Station (PASS)—an online music radio station and pop-up studio.

The Chimurenga Library and the Pan African Space Station will visit Kallio Library, Helsinki in the Spring 2016 as part of Remembering Silences season curated by Ahmed Al-Nawas. Read more about the project here.