‘On our own’: Kenyan activists feel alone in the fight against police brutality

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“A Kenyan police officer grabs a protester by the throat at a demonstration against police brutality in Nairobi on July 7, 2020.”
“A global movement is pointing a spotlight at police brutality, which is rampant in Kenya, and so grass-roots human rights activists here thought they might get the one thing their protests usually lack: a big turnout.”
“On the 30th anniversary of an attempted street uprising against former dictator Daniel arap Moi, the plan was for hundreds to march in downtown Nairobi, demanding police accountability as well as basic services, such as electricity and water, for the city’s vast slums.” –Washington Post

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