By Immanuel Lokwei, I write this article with pain. Not as an individual who fully understands and embodies the ideas proposed in this article. But I’m writing as an individual trying to move out, away from my comfort zone, from the temporal security ensured by my tribal identity and belongingness to a more global perspective … Continue reading Turkanas for Pokots Liberation: De-Domesticating Pastoralism
By Immanuel Lokwei, Is the question about what an African Identity is of littler importance now than it was, let’s say, before the 21st century? How much less important then would an inquiry on an identity supposed to represent a smaller fraction of “Africans” be? An identity limited and defined by its own cultural bounds … Continue reading Searching for an African Identity via Turkana Desert
Tiken Jah Fakoly, "In Africa, people think you go to school for the parents. We don’t realize that the knowledge gained from school is for ourselves."