Revue Noire is a Paris-based magazine devoted to contemporary African arts and culture. Issue 32 looks at Togo and Ghana, two countries deeply rooted in voodoo ritual and religion, as they are confronted with problems of modernization. Issue 33 considers the interaction between Africans and African-Americans in New York, the world's cultural melting pot. Exploring recent events in Kenya, Issue 34 examines this country's mix of Indian, African, and British populations. Issue 35 delves into how the relationships between spiritual and sensual expression will pay out in the next millenium.