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Sengwer Indigenous People / Kenya


The Sengwer people in Kenya have a deep, centuries-old bond with the beautiful Embobut Forest. But this Indigenous community of beekeepers and cattle herders is being violently evicted by the Kenyan government. Forest guards have burned homes and forced thousands off their ancestral land. One man has been shot dead and another seriously injured. The Sengwer are determined to resist – let’s support them.

Take Action: Urge the Kenyan president let the Sengwer live on their land in peace

1) Write a short letter for the Sengwer People (case sheet / sample letter)

2) Write a short solidarity letter to the Sengwer People (case sheet)

3) Sign the online petition for the Sengwer

4) Sign the online petition (once) for all 11 cases

5) Report your letters

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