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    transportations disrupted the Africans and brought more outsiders; it made it easier and faster to send/receive mail, good, and supplies. Also the Europeans helped them to be more able to advance their society with different tools they brought over. Men also began to wear suits instead of their normal ethnic attire. The Europeans also united the different ethnic groups. Many ethnic groups would do anything to get rid of the Europeans but by themselves they stood no chance against the European army. So led by Jomo Kenyatta the different ethnic groups joined together to push the Europeans out of their land. They succeeded as a unified group. But without this common goal they would have never accepted each other. Europeans also left behind a new government for the Kenyans. Once free of the European rulers Kenya kept the idea of a ruler. Jomo Kenyatta became the first president of Kenya. This led them into a better union and peace. It also made it so there was more controll. And since Jomo had seen what had happened to his people when invaded he was more prepared and equipped to protect his people and ensure their land and freedom. As you see, Kenya was greatly affected by colonialism. A Lot of wrong was done towards them but in the end Kenya came out a more united and strong people. A lot of history shows that in order to become a better place/person you have to go through some hardships to see what you may be up against and to learn how to protect yourself. That is…

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    Mzee Jomo Kenyatta married four wives, Grace Wahu, Edna Clarke, Grace Wanjiku and Mama Ngina. His eldest son Peter Muigai Kenyatta by first wife Grace Wahu was born in 1920 and died in October 1979. Margaret Rose Wambui Kenyatta was Kenyattas second child born in 1928. Margaret, now 88, was Kenyatta's favourite daughter and was elected the first and only woman Mayor of Nairobi in 1970. Peter Magana Kenyatta, who once worked as a presenter with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), lives in…

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    rule, rejecting their authority and campaigning against the “kipande,” which was the collection of fingerprints and personal information of all African males intending to restrict the unsanctioned movement of these Africans since they had to wear this information at all times (Anderson 459-485). After the police reaction to this protest got out of hand (shots were fired at the protesters), a new group of less conservative protesters spawned, calling themselves the Kenya African Union. This…

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    Dbq Colonialism In Kenya

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    hours in factories for very little pay, almost like the Africans working in the government. Colonialism caused divisions and tension within the races, providing more opportunities to one than the other. British colonialism in Kenya did have positive effects. People were given the choice to keep their religion or adopt new ones. Though because of the government treatment and education system colonialism was mostly negative for Kenya. Colonialism in Kenya can relate back to the Haitian…

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    bomb out these headquarters and meeting in the forests as they had to way of knowing exactly where they were held. Another group, the Kenya African Union (KAU) was another group that wanted the return of the stolen lands, bigger salaries, and the abolition of the color bar. A color bar is a social system in which a group of people are denied access to the same rights and opportunities as other races. There were many suspicions of who belonged to the freedom armies, though no one ever admitted…

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    Civil War In Somalia

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    1. INTRODUCTION Sovereignty is the supreme authority and power that states have over their territories and what is within them. This paper will provide a brief history of the civil war in Somalia and will explain how it made many people flee to Kenya for security reasons. In international law, refugees have rights that require their host states to protect them. These rights are explained in both the international refugee law and the Kenyan refugee law. Although the Kenyan government is obliged…

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    Kikuyu Rituals

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    He was then instructed to take seven sips of the mixture from the banana stalk, seven small bites of the thorax, prick the dead goats eyes and insert a piece of reed into the seven holes of the ngata. Everything was done in a set of seven. Then the administrator had him take a bite of sugar cane, poured cold water over his feet and made a cross on his forehead with the blood and grain mixture. At the end, the spectators took hold of the skin ring around his neck, counting to seven, they all…

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    The Green Belt Movement

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    Gidwani observes an inherent incompatibility in capitalism and commons. While capitalism seeks to maximize individual gains, commons share a different goal of bettering the community. So, whenever capitalism and commons are at odds, a capitalist society seek to subdue and eradicate the obstacle impeding its capitalistic; however, Wangari Maathai’s environmentalist campaign against the Kenyan government demonstrates that commons can, in fact, be incorporated into capitalism. The contradiction…

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    Malaria In Kenya

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    Pakistan, 8.1 from Tanzania, 6% from the United Kingdom, 8.3% from the U.S and 7.4 from the Netherlands (The world Fact Book: Kenya 2016). Healthcare and public health structure The Kenya health system is overseen by the Ministry of Health which is broken down into two sub ministries, the Ministry of Medical Services, and the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation. All the health facilities in Kenya are spread out throughout the country and they are broken down into four levels. There is…

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    In 1956 Sudan finally achieved independence from the British colonizers. Around this same time, surrounding countries had military coups, dictators, and corrupt government developing. The question that remained in everyone’s mind was one of Sudan’s fate. Author’s used this opportunity to write excerpts, poetry, and novels to analyze the Sudanese, their government, and ultimately those who they felt were to blame for the turmoil Sudan and the surrounding areas, the British. One of those authors…

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