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Michel Chikwanine
Great men/women in history have never been praised for their money or success but rather by their heart and what they did for others.
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Michel Chikwanine Feb 12
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Michel Chikwanine Feb 5
Replying to @Nanjala1
I'm left here scratching my head.
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Michel Chikwanine Feb 5
do you know what this guys is talking about? lol
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Michel Chikwanine Feb 3
Replying to @sfol614
Watch their youtube channel
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Michel Chikwanine Jan 24
7​ Recent Books on African History for the History Nerd In You
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Michel Chikwanine Dec 29
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Michel Chikwanine 2 Dec 19
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Michel Chikwanine 2 Dec 19
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I want some!
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Michel Chikwanine 25 Nov 19
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Michel Chikwanine 25 Nov 19
Replying to @nytimes @KyleKulinski
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Michel Chikwanine 23 Nov 19
Replying to @IamJess_CA
What I'm I watching?!
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Michel Chikwanine 20 Nov 19
It is with great sadness that on the world has lost an incredibly powerful sister. My heart goes out to her family and Somalia
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Ishmael Beah 20 Nov 19
As a child, my rights were stripped away. Now, I’m proud to join in defending the rights of children everywhere. Today we’re celebrating 30 years of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Happy ! My journey
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UK at the UN 🇬🇧 19 Nov 19
Replying to @IlwadElman
Reconciliation cannot be exported outside a country. If offered a chance at peace, those with the most to loose would participate. ~ speaking at Open Debate on 🕊️
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Michel Chikwanine 19 Nov 19
Joelle Hangi on the world's refugee camps via
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Michel Chikwanine 19 Nov 19
the people of the Congo are likely to remain steadfast in their defence of national unity and territorial integrity, come hell or high water.
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Nanjala Nyabola 14 Nov 19
Colonialism was not a bunch of preachers building schools and hospitals, and fuck anyone who tries to portray it as some kind of benevolent thing.
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yasmine al massri 8 Nov 19
Can we replace the homes we have lost with the ones we have created ?This is “little Family” written by NY bestselling author and former child soldier,Ishmael Beah.The novel is coming out April 28!So proud I can call you family Ishmael beah. U can preorder now !
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Michel Chikwanine 8 Nov 19
The conviction of Bosco is one more step towards justice for the millions of Congolese victims in recent decades. Kivu is tired of war and I hope his accomplices and all who profit and wage violence on the people of DRC are brought to justice swiftly.
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Michel Chikwanine 7 Nov 19
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