NO EASY WALK: KENYA

NO EASY WALK: KENYA

    Price: $310.00

    Code: 1684
    Format: DVD

    Part of the No Easy Walk series, this video traces the history of Kenya's opposition to white rule, from the arrival of the first settlers in the 19th century to the Mau-Mau rebellion in 1952, in which the struggle for land rights was central. Early newsreels and missionary films are combined with interviews to trace the growing frustration among Kenyans growing frustration with British rule.

    Directed by Bernard Odjidja
    1988, 60 minutes.
    Study Guide Available
    Purchase: $310 Classroom Rental: $125

    * Silver Apple, National Educational Film Festival


    "Succeeds at portraying the evolution of resistance from peaceful protest to armed confrontation...Both this program and the series are recommended for libraries that maintain collections concerning Africa... Can be used at the high-school level and above."
    - Video Rating Guide for Libraries

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