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MEDIA: Is Journalism in Kenya Sinking to the Dregs?

MEDIA: Is Journalism in Kenya Sinking to the Dregs?

Original Post: Is Journalism in Kenya Sinking to the Dregs? In recent times, when I turn on the television, I am not sure whether I am watching the news or ...

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Menstruation Tales: What Men need to know about Menstruation

Menstruation Tales: What Men need to know about Menstruation

Menstruation Tales: What Men need to know about Menstruation Menstruation Tales: A few weeks ago at work, we had no internet – no it wasn’t slow we hadn’t paid – so ...

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Fatuma's Voice presents Feminism- A conversation about gender justice

Feminism: A Conversation about Equity and Gender Justice

Feminism: A conversation about Equity and Gender Justice Right to vote and stand for office had been given to European women in Kenya in 1919; in 1956, those rights were ...

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Industrial Revolution: The African Civilization Question by Joel Okwemba

Industrial Revolution: The African Civilization Question by Joel Okwemba

Industrial Revolution: The African Civilization Question by Joel Okwemba While our ancestors have been around for about six million years, the modern form of humans only evolved about 200,000 years ...

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Childhood Trauma, Rape & The Burden of Abuse on Relationships | By Onyango Otieno (@Rixpoet)

Childhood Trauma, Rape & The Burden of Abuse on Relationships | By Onyango Otieno (@Rixpoet)

Childhood Trauma, Rape & The Burden of Abuse on Relationships Rape. Nobody can apologize enough for RAPING you, as he did two years later when they met at a wedding. ...

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What Kenya needs to learn from Rwanda's Silence - Kweyu Makokha Singapore

What Kenya needs to learn from Rwanda and Singapore’s Silence

What Kenya needs to learn from Rwanda’s Silence Rwanda is beautiful and the views! But the silence in this country reminds me of the silence I encountered in Singapore (peaceful ...

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Robert Mũnũku - My Letter to the President

Robert Mũnũku: My Letter to the President

Robert Mũnũku: My Letter to the President Dear Mr. President, My name is Robert Mũnũku, an ordinary Kenyan who humbly writes this letter in candor hoping that you will read ...

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Environmental Conservation: How can we increase Youth Engagement?

Environmental Conservation: How can we increase Youth Engagement?

Conservation of Wildlife and the Environment: How can we increase Youth Engagement? Environmental conservation or degradation is the cumulation of daily choices made by individuals. Despite the reality staring right at ...

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Women and Youth in Africa: Migritude by Shailja Patel

Women and Youth in Africa: Is your Silence and Self Censorship Increasing?

Women and Youth in Africa: Is your Silence and Self Censorship Increasing? According to survey findings by Afrobarometer, civic engagement by African youth is decreasing, especially among young women. Interest ...

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Abortion: Can Survivors, Lawyers, Medics & Community Speak one Voice?

Abortion: Can Survivors, Lawyers, Medics & Community Speak one Voice?

Abortion: Can Survivors, Lawyers, Medics & Community Speak one Voice? We had a candid conversation with the community on the impact of Unsafe Abortions in conjunction with the Center for ...

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