Issue 2Poetry
Lyrics: Saba Saba

Lyrics: Saba Saba

Ilikuwa nineteen ninety, baada ya Ouko kukangwaKiasi kidogo kabla machafuko kuanza,Serikali ya Nyayo ilisababisha vituko majanga,Kudhulumu raiya ikitarajia wao kunyamaza,Ni ukweli gava ya Kenyatta ilidhulumu wajaka,But still Jaramogi alishikanisha watu wa Nyanza,Na...

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Amilcar Cabral and Ken Saro-Wiwa: Their Commonalities on Culture and the Struggle for Freedom

Amilcar Cabral and Ken Saro-Wiwa: Their Commonalities on Culture and the Struggle for Freedom

Amilcar CabralKen Saro-Wiwa I want to share some thoughts about the commonalities between Amilcar Cabral, the Guinea-Bissau revolutionary1, and Ken Saro-Wiwa, especially in relation to the centrality of culture in the struggle for freedom.2 The struggles Cabral led...

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Kasee Dumpsite

Kasee Dumpsite

I recently visited Dandora Dumpsite on a writing assignment. Every time I see the site, it remains depressing and a heart-breaking situation. 45 years later it still stands yet it was declared full in 2001. Here I met a few people among them were Kasee and Teke,...

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Issue 2Poetry
Where Were You?

Where Were You?

Where were you,When in 2010,We voted in a New Consititution?We the people,Demanded a break from the past… Where were you?When the volcanoes erupted,Forming beautiful lands,And rich soils that multinationals crave for? Where were you?When at Wagalla they lined...

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