NAIROBI, Kenya – On January 21, over 700 people gathered for the Women’s March on Nairobi in Kenya’s Karura Forest, a location significant for its ability to bring Kenyans together to fight for a cause.
Over the years, several attempts by private developers to encroach on the land have been successfully thwarted, with the late Nobel laureate Wangari Maathai leading the struggle to preserve the forest until her death in 2011.
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Playing a traditional wooden instrument, the orutu, musician Labdi Ommes sang the traditional Kenyan song “Winjauru,” which means “Listen to Us,” and Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good.” “I felt that we need to empower each other and to prove that the power really was within us,” she said.