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ACTIVISM: ‪#‎mydress ‬‪#‎mychoice‬ #Kenya

'I'm joining in ‪#‎mydress‬‪# ‎mychoice‬ by wearing the shortest dress i could find on the market.'

Photo source: Tónnÿ Ndüngü's Facebook. The photo is widely shared and circulated on social media.

When activism turns interesting. When you dare putting yourself at risk for what you believe in. This is how some Kenyans react to the fact that a woman was stripped by thugs at a bus stop in central Nairobi last week.

Follow tweets at #mydress #mychoice here.

Read Aljazeera News coverage here.

And read the blogger Afro Mum's blog post here.


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