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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

Religion’s Role in Kenya

  • Aired: 06/13/2008
  • 07:39
  • Rating: NR
In Kenya, ethnic clashes killed more than a thousand and displaced 600,000 following disputed elections in late 2007. Kenya received its independence from Britain in 1963, inheriting a similar parliamentary system and a strong legacy of Christianity. Neither proved an adequate bulwark against the inter-tribal tensions that have festered in the decades since self-rule began.
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Kenyan Quaker minister Oliver Kisaka discusses Kenya’s crisis of tribal violence.
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