The song Haki Yangu (Kiswahili- ‘my rights’) speaks of the disillusion of youth and Kenyans in general about political and economic elites that continue to enrich themselves in collaboration with imperialist forces.
On October 10, 12 countries across the world stepped out to give a message to Bank that the World wanted to it to trash its rankings. The message reached over a million people on social media and was covered by news media online as well.
Kenyan activists put up over 100,000 posters across Nairobi displaying the phone number of a free call to sign a petition against adding taxes on basic commodities.
Nairobi – The No REDD in Africa Network (NRAN) and hundreds of international allies strongly condemn the massive evictions and forced relocation of the Sengwer People, as well as World Bank-funded REDD, a land-grabbing forest offset scam, in Kenya’s Cherangany Hills.
Founded by Ann Daramola, the Signifying Power collective brings together artists and creators from all walks of life to deliver quality training for campaigns, movements, and organizations. Around topics of power, gender, art, education, governance and their many intersections with social justice.
Musicians, writers and activists gather at The NEST from 21st to 31st of January 2014 to co-create magic and answer the existential question “does my art reflect my truth? Celebrating radicalism, resilience and resistance, everyone is finding their centre and exploring their art and their part in the struggle against...
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