Obama’s Kenyan Grandmother to Cook Traditional Meal During his Visit
President Barack Obama’s Kenyan grandmother, known as Mama Sarah, vowed Friday to cook a traditional meal for her grandson when he visits the East African nation, the birthplace of his father, later this month. FULL STORY
via DailyMail.
http://www.anthemculture.com/2015/07/04/obamas-kenyan-grandmother-cook-traditional-meal-visit/

Kenyan Festival Drums Up Appetite for Climate Adaptation

At the Marsabit-Lake Turkana Cultural Festival in Kenya‘s Marsabit County, Mariam Lemuska is not listening to the drums or the music. Instead, she is learning to make injera, an Ethiopian sourdough flatbread. FULL STORY
via Trust.
http://www.anthemculture.com/2015/06/17/kenyan-festival-drums-appetite-climate-adaptation/

San Francisco’s “Godfather of Skating” Fosters Skate Club in Kenya

San Francisco’s “Godfather of Skating,” David Miles, Jr., is spreading his “rolligion” all the way to Africa.
Most recently, he’s formed a long distance kinship via social media with the Ungem Skate Club in Nairobi, Kenya. He sent 25 pairs of inline skates to… http://www.anthemculture.com/2015/06/10/san-franciscos-godfather-skating-fosters-skate-club-kenya/

Kenya’s Mandarin Teacher Vows to Promote Sino-Africa Cultural Cooperation

Kenya‘s Ruth Njeri’s scholarly prowess can be instantly recognized by acquaintances, yet the popular Chinese language teacher at the University of Nairobi’s Confucius Institute has a humble and friendly disposition.
The young Kenyan female is not only ambitious, but has a… http://www.anthemculture.com/2015/03/15/kenyas-mandarin-teacher-vows-promote-sino-africa-cultural-cooperation/

Kenyan Education App Puts Knowledge in Children’s Hands

A school in Nairobi has equipped all children with mobile phones installed with an education app called ‘Eneza’, giving even the poorest children access to a world of knowledge.
We live in a push-button world. More and more that applies to how we learn, too. An app called Eneza is… http://goo.gl/nxKBzT

The Kenyan Writer Whose Book on Marriage has Excited Ugandans

A Kenyan woman who decided to pen down her thoughts about marriage in a book has impressed Ugandans in the way she tells the story.
Ciku Kimeria started interesting herself in writing while she was six years old.
The 30-year-old woman has authored a book titled “Of Goats and Poisoned… http://goo.gl/4hviN5