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Indigenous People’s Day 2018: Interview with Conchita Pozar
Indigenous People's Day 2018: Interview with Conchita Pozar

To celebrate Indigenous People’s Day, KDI’s very own Nereida Montes caught up with fellow North Shore resident Conchita Pozar, an indigenous activist and artisan originally from Michoacán, Mexico. One of a growing number of Purépecha immigrants in California and heiress to the Purépecha embroidery technique passed down the generations of her family, Conchita uses her […]

Division or Development? Missing Link #12: A New Road Through Kibera
Division or Development? Missing Link #12: A New Road Through Kibera

“Hatupingi maendeleo lakini tunataka usawa na haki idumishwe.” “We are not against development, but we want equality and the rights of the affected to be observed.” – Lindi resident In January of 2016, the Government of Kenya and the Kenya Urban Roads Authority announced the award of contracts for a new link road to connect the […]

Meet Cynthia Mutia Munyiva – TujengeKibera Award Recipient!
Meet Cynthia Mutia Munyiva - TujengeKibera Award Recipient!

As promised KDI took some time to catch up with TujengeKibera award recipient, Cynthia Mutia Munyiva. We asked her a few questions about who she is and her thoughts on winning the TujengeKibera competition.

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