International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of International Day and the Transatlantic Slave Trade
The purpose of the day(March 25) is to honors the lives of those who died as a result of slavery or experienced the horrors of the slave trade. It is also an occasion to raise awareness about the dangers of racism and prejudice.
Photograph of a slave boy in Zanzibar enduring ‘An Arab master’s punishment for a slight offence. ’ c. 1890. via wikipedia
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Turkana is a beautiful yet unforgiving place. The terrain will take your breath away, as well as your car’s shocks, springs and about any moving part.
In the 1960s and 70s, teams the National Museums of Kenya were sent to explore the eastern shores of Lake Turkana in the best 4 X 4 X far. They excavated fossils in areas where no car had been to before and while at it, carved out roads that are used to this day. These are the machines that made sure the teams led by Dr Richard Leakey shared their discoveries with the world, making Sibiloi the Cradle of Mankind. These Landrover Defenders now remain abandoned at the Koobi Fora Museum in Turkana.
Original post by clicking with a purpose
0.1 - A Walk into the past
Sixth Street (later Delamere Avenue), Nairobi - circa 1930s. Over 80 years later, the street is today known as Kenyatta Avenue, where a walk along here is akin to walking back in time - with the monumental Standard Bank of Africa building - built in 1911 - still standing. Also still standing are the two monuments in honour and memory of the Africans who served in the World War I.
Original post by kenyan kalasingha
Crisis in South Sudan: The World’s Youngest Nation Struggles to Survive
Nearly a month after fighting erupted in the capital, Juba, pushing nearly 200,000 people from their homes, the political power struggle between loyalists of President Salva Kiir and his ex-deputy Riek Machar rests on a knife’s edge, threatening to spiral into a deadly ethnic conflict. The world welcomed South Sudan’s birth in July 2011, but if thousands of peacekeepers and pressure from superpowers can’t influence a truce at the negotiating table in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, it may end up lamenting its tragic collapse.
Original post on Time World
Naomi Campbell: The First Lady of Fashion
The supermodel takes a FLOTUS-worthy wardrobe on a diplomatic mission to Ghana.