By Thura Nira 1. Recalling the Ages of extremes for black experience When you delve deeper into the historical context, you’ll discover that the distinction between “us” and “them”, between a white nation and their black counterparts, is illusory. Sadly, the Black people’s role in history of these nations is often overlooked or forgotten. Yet, … Continue reading From Slavery to Racism: Unearthing Forgotten History of Black Experience.
By Baikolia-O-Bamung'o THERE, in the centre of Nairobi city, stands erected an extremely gruesome and a highly repulsive statue, of a gun wielding ruffian. Dedan Kimathi. The gory glorification of bloodshed of years gone, illustrates the rogue side of slanted and incompetent revisionism of history. Dedan Kimathi is an imposter. He was nothing but a … Continue reading Statue of Dedan Kimathi Must Fall