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Kenyan Women Come Together to Take Back Their Country

Ever since the news broke for us late on the evening of December 28 with the e-mail headline, "RIOTS" from our new Kenyan correspondent, we have been closely, and painfully, following Kenya's plunge into post-election violence.

The news has been almost unimaginable. Although it has become routine for us to hear of rampant attacks and political chaos in the DRC, Sudan and elsewhere; somehow, we didn't see it coming from Kenya, one of the most stable countries in East Africa. We went from eagerly following a largely peaceful electoral process—with more women running for parliament than ever before—to watching a nation crumble before our eyes. Read More »

"If the constitution cannot be made to serve everybody, the world should become one voice for the sake of humanity.""

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Elections in Kenya

I went to vote about 90 km away from here. Counting is just starting and there is a lot of open rigging and dishonesty,and chaos,bloodshed and death. … Read More»

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My Disobedient Feet!

Today My feet were disobedient They must have done what i did not ask them to I meant to use my hands At the polling station To vote in somebody … Read More»

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