Before returning to the U.S., Melissa and I talked about whether or not life in America would feel strange to us. Since Nairobi is a very cosmopolitan city, I didn’t expect much “reverse culture shock,” but I was really curious to see what things would […]
Month: July 2010
Recently I was contacted by the author of a popular Kenya guidebook. This author wondered if I knew of any responsible, community-oriented groups that do Kibera slum tours. I wrote back that one of the organizations I’ve worked with offers these tours. The group sponsors […]
I have some friends who are new to the blogging world, so I wanted to give some quick shout outs to them.
- joskey – Josphat is the Film School Coordinator at the Kibera Film School. He will be blogging about the happenings at the film school and his own personal projects.
- Bonny’s Writing Space – Bonface is a new trainee at the Kibera Film School. He plans to blog about his new adventures into filmmaking and his other creative ideas.
- Emily Vraga – Emily is also a PhD candidate at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at UW-Madison. She’ll be blogging about current events in politics and new media.
So add these blogs to your readings lists…