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Nanjala Nyabola
Writer, 'Digital Democracy, Analogue Politics'. Advocate. Traveller. 'My goal is to be a primary, not a secondary source' Ntozake Shange. Twitter is not my job.
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Nanjala Nyabola retweeted
Haaretz.com 4h
Palestinian photographer blinded in one eye by Israeli Border Police fire at protest
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Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg 11h
Instead of worrying about what you accomplished in the last decade, what if you reflected on: What did you learn these last 10 years? How did you grow? How were you brave? How were you loving? Who did you stand up for? (Thx )
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Nanjala Nyabola 5h
Bloomberg could easily not run. If he were sincere in his apology he could pour some of that money into criminal justice reform organisations as a form of reparations. But alas, the ego.
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Nanjala Nyabola 5h
This is important.
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Nanjala Nyabola 6h
Replying to @Illustrious_Cee
Merci!
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Nanjala Nyabola 6h
Replying to @maazaland
We'll know for sure on January 31 but for now, Europe. 😁🙃
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Nanjala Nyabola 6h
Replying to @Illustrious_Cee
Would love to read this is if it's online.
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Nanjala Nyabola 6h
Replying to @NiNanjira
😍😍😍
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Nanjala Nyabola 6h
Replying to @Nanjala1
Sorry, the category was "English Language Fiction in Diversity". What does that even mean?
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Nanjala Nyabola 6h
Walked into a bookshop today that had a shelf called "Books in English by Diverse Authors" and I think it's a cry for help. A clumsy code for "Books by Non-White Writers" because while VS Niapul was on there, Marina Lewycka was not.
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Kuukuwa Manful Nov 15
1. A Ghanaian student at - Ebenezer Azamati - was violently dragged out of the An eyewitness stated that “The Union staff were unnecessarily violent and did not make accommodations for the fact he is blind”
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#AbolitionMeansNoPrisons 26 Dec 17
If you can afford it, buy some extra pairs of socks and some hand/feet warmers from your local drug stores & carry them around. If you see someone in the elements who can use them, hand them out along with $5 for some tea/coffee.
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Nanjala Nyabola 10h
More about the mobile museum project in Ghana.
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Frank Hersey Nov 15
An excellent and perhaps inadvertently overarching introduction to many of the issues facing millions of people across Africa having their biometrics captured for ID systems, by
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Nanjala Nyabola 11h
Replying to @Nanjala1
"Yet the humanities are important. They are, after all, about what it means to be human. To dream and to dream of a future".
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Nanjala Nyabola 11h
"Education is no longer considered a right, and the only justification given for pursuing an education is for getting a job. And so parents and universities want students to pursue careers in STEM or Business because they think that these offer a better chance of finding one".
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Nanjala Nyabola 11h
Replying to @Allehone
Enjoy!!😍
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Nanjala Nyabola 14h
Replying to @danaceda
Wewe hauogopi kitu. 😂😂😂
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Nanjala Nyabola 14h
Replying to @AmbreenaManji @tezira
🔥🔥🔥
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Nanjala Nyabola 14h
Replying to @Nanjala1
Here's the book. Sounds really interesting.
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