Of Crime and Camels

  A few days ago, in the late afternoon, two men stopped a taxi driver at a junction in Soweto East, Kibera. They were thieves running from a crime and needed a getaway ride to ...

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There’s a Hole in the Bucket

I’m sitting in a ramshackle compound in Silanga village, one of the deepest and most neglected areas of Kibera slum, with an impossible task. As one of the Water and Sanitation health workers on this ...

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Slumming it in Kibera

A year later and I’m back in East Africa. This time I’m working on Water Sanitation and Hygiene research for my University in Kibera Slum, Nairobi. Kibera is one of the largest slums in the ...

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Acequia

"When the developer was unable to access the water it thwarted his plans. The community wanted to see that the cultural and natural resources were protected." - Colleen Langan, Bernalillo County Open Space

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What do memes mean?

How did this  cat get over 40,611,000 hits on Youtube? More ominously, is this feline a threat to humankind as it propagates itself through cyberspace?  It’s time to investigate the debate over the nature of ...

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