In Nairobi, Kenya, women are demanding respect.
They want to re-claim their bodies.
They are condemning the humiliating public stripping of three Kenyan women earlier in the month.
On this day, 17th November, 2014, many took to Nairobi streets – and marched from Uhuru Park (in the city’s CBD ) to the Embassava Sacco bus stage on Accra Road, where a mob had been filmed ripping off a woman’s clothes.
In the last one year, ten women have been stripped in public, for something that was described as ‘indecent’ dressing.
The mobilisation for the protest started through social media under the hashtag #MyDressMyChoice
Brian took photos. Ngala wrote.
This photo-essay is a narrative of the protest.
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