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Kenyan Singer Seeks Women Inclusion at UN Conference

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Kenyan singer Victoria Kimani was recently a delegate at the United Nations office in New York, USA. The Kenyan musician touched on creative freedom and having a voice irrespective of gender.
She spoke on a number of issues which bothered on being heard, social inclusion and creative freedom as a female, and changing the norm as it were.
“At the UN headquarters…..I touched on having creative freedom in Africa, being a diverse woman in an otherwise judgemental space…..shifting the culture one day at a time! Rome was not built in one day” she wrote on Instagram
“ An African female voice. So important! Girls…..support your fellow woman…it takes nothing away from you,” she added.

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