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Rape Prevention Program In Kenya : Schoolboys Being Taught to Save Girls From Rape        http://viralwomen.com/post/rape_prevention_program_in_kenya_schoolboys_being_taught_to_save_girls_from_rape

Rape Prevention Program In Kenya : Schoolboys Being Taught to Save Girls From Rape http://viralwomen.com/post/rape_prevention_program_in_kenya_schoolboys_being_taught_to_save_girls_from_rape

Sandals with bead work by Maasai Women in Kenya. The profits from sales of these sandals go to developmental projects in the Maasai Mara. Also, they are kick ass.

Sandals with bead work by Maasai Women in Kenya. The profits from sales of these sandals go to developmental projects in the Maasai Mara. Also, they are kick ass.

Love this quotation by W.E.B. DuBois, and it's so true of our Kenyan friends. #kenyakeys

Love this quotation by W. DuBois, and it's so true of our Kenyan friends.

Michelle Obama: Being First Lady is like living in a ‘really nice prison'. Kick her ungrateful ass out!

Nope, but she should be. Michelle Obama: Being First Lady is like living in a ‘really nice prison'. Kick her ungrateful ass out!

No Men Allowed: Go Inside the First All-Women’s Village in Kenya | TakePart--Founded by 15 rape survivors, Umoja is now home to 42 women and 200 children seeking refuge from sexual violence.

Founded by 15 rape survivors, Umoja is now home to 42 women and 200 children seeking refuge from sexual violence.

Wangari Maathai (1940-2011) was a Kenyon political and environmental activist and her country's assistant minister of environment, natural resources, and wildlife. In 1971 she became the first woman in either East or Central Africa to earn a doctorate. In 1977, she launched the Green Belt Movement to reforest Kenya while helping women. Women were responsible for the planting of more than 30 million trees. In 2004, she won the Nobel Peace Prize. Learn more at Biography.com.

Wangari Maathai (1940-2011) was a Kenyon political and environmental activist and her country's assistant minister of environment, natural resources, and wildlife. In 1971 she became the first woman in either East or Central Africa to earn a doctorate. In 1977, she launched the Green Belt Movement to reforest Kenya while helping women. Women were responsible for the planting of more than 30 million trees. In 2004, she won the Nobel Peace Prize. Learn more at Biography.com.

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