1 Article by: Mame-Fatou Niang

Mame-Fatou Niang is an associate professor of French at Carnegie Mellon University. Her most recent book, Identités Françaises, examines Afro-French identities and the works of female writers of the banlieue. She co-directed Mariannes Noires, a film in which seven Afro-French women investigate what it means to be black and French and black in France.