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WAVES – by Misky Nur

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Dive into 'Waves', a captivating poetry collection by Misky Nur Abdullahi. Through emotive verses, Abdullahi explores universal human experiences and societal themes, from love and pain to identity and resilience. Each poem ignites conversations about our shared societal framework, inviting readers to embark on a thought-provoking journey through expressive and engaging poetry.

FEMINISM FOR THE AFRICAN WOMAN by Lyn...

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Initially written as 'Because we are People', Lyna Dommie Namasaka's 'Feminism for the African Woman' is an argument for the African feminist discourse. It uses historical records, collections of personal stories and statistics to explore African feminism dynamics in attempts to bridge the gap that exists between African modern feminists and the local realities of the other half of African women. It attempts to bridge the disconnect these differences have created and avoid the potential aftermath of this disconnect. More importantly, the book counters the widespread narrative that Africans live in a post feminist era.

ROCK OF THE FIRST WIFE by Ben O. Okech

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Rock of the first wife (Kit Mikayi) stems from the rocky ridges of Seme.When young Okello and Nyowila meet at a festival organized by the great chief, their united passion leads down a destructive path. Their union brings on them a curse so great that only Nyowila sacrificing herself at the great rock can restrain the Chira. Years later, however, destiny seems to have a similar course for the life of their son, proving what the villagers have always deemed true: a curse never really goes away; it just stays in the blood, waiting to be resuscitated and flow through the generations. Such was the case for the young man, Ngeso, a child born out of a tabooed relationship. Ben Okech is a drama and literally enthusiast. He prides in telling tales of the Luo and giving life to them through novels. His quest is to connect with folklore that is facing danger of extinction. He is a teacher of English and Literature and both a trainer of drama and an adjudicator of the same. He has contributed to the literature world through his contribution to a short anthology story titled The Children of The Rain and the novella The Last Pillar of Ramogi, The Last Known Maidens of Ramogi, The Last Hand of Ramogi and the Omnibus of the Legacy of Ramogi.

The Chronicles Of The Unseen: And Oth...

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The Chronicles of the Unseen and Other Short Stories,' is a captivating collection of short stories that skillfully unveils the hidden truths and hypocrisy lurking beneath the surface of society while peeling back the layers of human existence. In these tales, the author's sharp perception for the unseen intricacies of human behavior exposes the contradictions, double standards, and often ironic facets of our world. As we delve into these narratives, we are drawn into a world of vivid characters, powerful emotions, and unexpected revelations. With a keen eye for detail and a knack for storytelling, the author skillfully explores the complexities of life, unearthing moments of humor, tragedy, and poignant reflection. Each story is a glimpse into the human experience, rich with diverse characters and unexpected twists. 'The Chronicles of the Unseen and Other Short Stories' is a captivating collection that challenges us to see beyond the ordinary and uncover the extraordinary in everyday life. Prepare to be entranced, entertained, and enlightened as you turn the pages of this compelling book.

Horn of Africa: History, Politics and...

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Horn of Africa: History, Politics and Dynamics by Anwar Abdifatah Bashir

Media Stereotypes of Islam and Muslim...

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Written for a general audience, this book discusses the media's negative portrayals of Islam and Muslims and suggests ways to respond using Islamic sources. In a sense, it is a toolkit for anyone wishing to respond to the lingering stereotypes against Islam and Muslims. Those interested in interfaith understanding would find it a valuable resource as well.

Leaf Of Allah: Khat and Agricultural ...

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Khat is a quasi-legal psychoactive shrub, produced and marketed in the province of Harerge, Ethiopia, and widely consumed throughout Northeast Africa. In the late nineteenth century the main cash crop of Harerge was coffee. Leaf of Allah examines why farming families shifted from cultivating coffee and food crops to growing khat. Demographic, market, and political factors facilitated the emergence of khat as Harerge’s leading agricultural commodity. This development increased the scale of unofficial cross-border trade in consumer goods. This study explores the consequences of the new cash crop for the regional economy as a whole, for farmer-state relations, for the nature and balance of local social relations, as well as for Harerge’s physical, socioeconomic, and political landscapes.

Legacy of Violence: A History of the ...

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Sprawling across a quarter of the world's land mass and claiming nearly five hundred colonial subjects, Britain's twentieth-century empire was the largest empire in human history. For many Britons, it epitomized their nation's cultural superiority, but what legacy did the island nation deliver to the world? Covering more than two hundred years of history, Caroline Elkins reveals an evolutionary and racialized doctrine that espoused an unrelenting deployment of violence to secure and preserve the nation's imperial interests. She outlines how ideological foundations of violence were rooted in the Victorian era calls for punishing recalcitrant "natives," and how over time, its forms became increasingly systematized. And she makes clear that when Britain could no longer maintain control over the violence it provoked and enacted, it retreated from empire, destroying and hiding incriminating evidence of its policies and practices. Drawing on more than a decade of research on four continents, Legacy of Violence implicates all sides of Britain's political divide in the creation, execution, and cover-up of imperial violence. By demonstrating how and why violence was the most salient factor underwriting Britain's empire and the nation's imperial identity at home, Elkins upends long-held myths and sheds new light on empire's role in shaping the world today.

The Silent Gun by Mohamed Abdulahi

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When drafting this book, | was like someone whose house was on fire, whose family members were living in that house including his/her mother, father, spouse and siblings with no fire extinguishers nearby. At the same time, family members who are inside the house are unaware of the fire incidents. And the people around the neighbourhoods are unable to see the burning houses. So, the combination of my house is on fire, my people being unaware inside the house, the lack of fire extinguisher and the neighbourhood being unable to see the burning house necessitated me to write up this book entitled “The Silent Gun”. Since people are unable to see and hear the problem in the Horn of Africa-the predominant Somali dwelling territories, I wanted to manifest the magnitude of the problem through extensive literature review, interview key informants and my own observations and life experiences. The book contains real stories, case studies and research findings from Somalia and around the world. Mohamed Abdulahi was born in 1979 in East Africa and lived there the majority of his life. Having studied neaceandConflict Resolution, Abdulahi became a peace activist who is working at national and regional levels for peace. He considers himself as a peace ambassador and strongly believes peace will only come through responsible actions and forgiveness. He is the author of several books where he focuses on the foundations required for peace to be established for his people in East Africa. Mohamed Abdulahi hopes that by highlighting these )silent) problems that many do not realize are there, he can help inspire and empower others to seek to establish greater peace on this earth

Dau lazama na Kulei G. Serem

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Dau Lazama inatoa picha halisi ya mambo yanayoendelea katika jamii hususan katika bara la Afrika. Walalahoi katika taifa la Ngomeni wanapitia madhila yasiyo na kifani kutoka kwa walio na mamlaka ya dola. Ni bayana kwamba uongozi katika taifa hili ni wa kiimla. Tembo anatumia mbinu kali kuwakaandamiza wapinzani wa sera zake. Vilevile pana asasi muhimu za jamii kama vile dini, zinazofaa kuyanyosha maadili katika jamii ila sivyo katika taifa la Ngomeni: Mchungaji Kombo anauunga mkono ukoloni mamboleo na kushirikiana nao. Si hayo tu, siri kubwa inayozingira maisha ya kijana Bahati kuihusu usuli na hatima yake ya maisha inateka bakunja nadhari ya msomaji.

Acropolis Against Terrorism by Eric Gand

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Acropolis Against Terrorism by Eric Gand

Kenya Culture Smart The Essential Gui...

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Culture Smart! Kenya provides a cultural bridge that will carry you beyond the gloss of the hotels and deep into the warp and weft of everyday life; beyond the game parks and into the intricacies of community and wildlife coexistence; beyond the bounds of tourism and into the freedom of cultural understanding and exchange. A true "insider's take" gleaned over years of living and working in the country, it delivers key insights into the forces, ancient and modern, that have shaped Kenya—and practical guidance on how best to enter into the modern Kenyan business and social environment. Due to its high-action pursuits, cultural treasures, wealth of wildlife, and glorious beach life, it is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations, and the unrivaled "safari capital of the world." As to its people, Kenya is a cultural microcosm comprising more than seventy ethnic groups. Each has its own distinctive cultural identity. All extend the warmth of welcome that has proved to be Kenya's most valuable asset to tourism.

Custodians of the Land: Ecology and C...

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Farming and pastoral societies inhabit ever-changing environments. This relationship between environment and rural culture, politics and economy in Tanzania is the subject of this volume which will be valuable in reopening debates on Tanzanian history. In his conclusion, Isaria N. Kimambo, a founding father of Tanzanian history, reflects on the efforts of successive historians to strike a balance between external causes of change and local initiative in their interpretations of Tanzanian history. He shows that nationalist and Marxist historians of Tanzanian history, understandably preoccupied through the first quarter-century of the country's post-colonial history with the impact of imperialism and capitalism on East Africa, tended to overlook the initiatives taken by rural societies to transform themselves. Yet there is good reason for historians to think about the causes of change and innovation in the rural communities of Tanzania, because farming and pastoral people have constantly changed as they adjusted to shifting environmental conditions.

The Fortune Men by Nadifa Mohamed

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The story of a murder, a miscarriage of justice, and a man too innocent for his times . . . Mahmood Mattan is a fixture in Cardiff's Tiger Bay, 1952, which bustles with Somali and West Indian sailors, Maltese businessmen and Jewish families. He is a father, chancer, petty criminal. He is a smooth-talker with rakish charm and an eye for a good game. He is many things, but he is not a murderer. So when a shopkeeper is brutally killed and all eyes fall on him, Mahmood isn't too worried. Since his Welsh wife Laura kicked him out for racking up debts he has wandered the streets more often, and there are witnesses who allegedly saw him enter the shop that night. But Mahmood has escaped worse scrapes, and he is innocent in this country where justice is served. Love lends him immunity too: the fierce love of Laura, who forgives his gambling in a heartbeat, and his children. It is only in the run-up to the trial, as the prospect of returning home dwindles, that it will dawn on Mahmood that he is in a fight for his life - against conspiracy, prejudice and cruelty - and that the truth may not be enough to save him.

Kenyan capitalists, the State, and de...

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Brief Summary Himbara argues that the literature on Kenyan capitalism largely misses the mark because it either omits or misconceptualises as ""Asian capital"" the principal segment of the domestic bourgeoisie. He demonstrates the leading role that Kenya's Indian entrepreneurs have played in her development.

What We’re Told Not to Talk About (Bu...

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Brief Summary 14 countries, 42 women, each with a story no one has heard before. What do you do when you're living on the streets and on your period? What does it feel like to have a poo after you've given birth? How do we learn to love our bodies again after they've been abused? And, how do you know if you've ever really orgasmed? We all have questions about our bodies but often women's voices are silenced for being impolite or improper What We're Told Not To Talk About (But We're Going To Anyway) is an important, taboo-breaking book that gives voice to the experiences of women from all walks of life, whose stories might not ordinarily be heard. Alongside Nimko's story of living with FGM, rebuilding her relationship with her own body and being a woman her own way, these are the true stories of real women who are sharing the experiences they've always been told should be secret and shameful. The book is a call to arms for all women to reclaim the narrative around their bodies and to refuse to bow to the taboos which keep us silent. There is no such thing as oversharing. 'A beautiful book with such a wide range of uplifting but often heart-breaking stories. Made us cry and think in equal measure' - Pandora Sykes, co-host of The High Low

Essential English Somali Dictionary

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Brief Summary Somali is an Afroasiatic language with approximately 20 million speakers worldwide. It is spoken primarily in Somalia, but also in Somaliland, Ethiopia, Djibouti, and Kenya and by a significant Somali-speaking diaspora. Somali is written with the Latin alphabet.

A Moonless, Starless Sky: Ordinary Wo...

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Brief Summary In A Moonless, Starless Sky Okeowo weaves together four narratives that form a powerful tapestry of modern Africa: a young couple, kidnap victims of Joseph Kony's LRA; a Mauritanian waging a lonely campaign against modern-day slavery; a women's basketball team flourishing amid war-torn Somalia; and a vigilante who takes up arms against the extremist group Boko Haram. This debut book by one of America's most acclaimed young journalists illuminates the inner lives of ordinary people doing the extraordinary--lives that are too often hidden, underreported, or ignored by the rest of the world.

Field Guides Birds of East Africa Ken...

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Brief Summary This spectacular new edition of the best-selling Helm field guide of all time covers all resident, migrant and vagrant species found in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi. Over 1,300 species are illustrated with full details of all the plumages and major races likely to be encountered. Concise text describes the identification, status, range, habits and voice, with fully updated range maps for each species. This authoritative book will not only be an indispensable guide to the visiting birder, but also a vital tool for those engaged in work to conserve and study the avifauna of the region - East Africa shelters a remarkable diversity of birds, many seriously endangered with small and vulnerable ranges.