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Africa and science fiction: Wanuri Kahiu’s “Pumzi”, 2009 | Interview

Africa and science fiction: Wanuri Kahiu’s “Pumzi”, 2009 | Interview

“…We need to be very clear about the messages that we are putting out, very clear about the messages we are putting out, because especially coming from Africa, all the images that have come out have been about starvation, or children with flies in their eyes, or war or destruction, or poverty , or hunger or famine, or, there have been so many negative images coming out of Africa, that if we don’t actively combat those images, we are doing ourselves a di-service, and not just ourselves, but for future generations… ” – Wanuri Kahiu

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