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Syria- Rent the sky in every land

Singing in every land This is to as sad that It will never be a strange land When it is someone’s home it is mine too You wonder where I come from this rhythmic dynamo … Read More»

After the tears... and Wangari's own words "I will be a hummingbird" Nobel Peace Prize. 2004

Wangari Wa Maathai 26th September 2011 by Philo Ikonya © Rights reserved After the tears.... Wangari Trees are celebrating - Wangari The rivers singing - Wangari Women rising - Wangari … Read More»

Kenya, will you marry me?

Exceprt from? Kenya, will you marry me? http://www.facebook.com/pages/Philo-Ikonya-Publications/112797722129643 Whispering over lake Turkana … Read More»

Diplomats and hidden violence. Males: patriarchy destroys you, love and society

Couples and especially well- to -do women do not speak up against domestic violence … Read More»

Diplomats and hidden violence. Males: patriarchy destroys you, love and society

Couples and especially well- to -do women do not speak up against domestic violence … Read More»

The memory, Libya

Miracles at home and at school

I see her, habit hitched up at the waist, calling out and blowing whistles for foul play, but also cheering us. We were unbeatable at hockey. Sister Hyancinth was our coach and greatest fan. … Read More»

For Pulseans!

to all at Pulse.. Thanks for your comments many times.... For Pulseans Philo ikonya © 2010 I look in your eye, It does not shift, You look in mine, Eyes are locked. … Read More»

My friend wanted to have a baby and then she died instead

The last time I spoke to Mumbi, a young mother and community organiser in Huruma, Kiamaiko slum area in Nairobi, she was distraught! … Read More»

Haiti's pain, Ida Wells- Barnett (1862- 1931) reads the news!

Haiti's pain is just still unbelievable! I am seeing campaigns for people are still short of food, water and medicines! This is no way to be at this time in history! … Read More»

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