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Nairobi, Kenya: The Power of Story

Season 1 Episode 106 | 27m 26s

The Good Road explores the impact that storytelling can have on the youth of underprivileged communities in Nairobi, Kenya. Storytelling helps people from the slums tell their own stories and gives a voice to a new generation. Craig and Earl hear the stories of three individuals who grew up in Nairobi but were able to escape the crime and poverty surrounding them to build a new life.

Aired: 04/05/22
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
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