Kenyan Youth Utilize Social Media to Amplify Their Voices

Kenyan Youth Utilize Social Media to Amplify Their Voices

In Kenya, the youth are using social media platforms like TikTok and Twitter to amplify their voices and drive anti-government protests. Generation Z, born in the late 1990s, is at the forefront of these efforts to express anger and organize demonstrations.

Al Jazeera’s Catherine Soi reports from Nairobi on how these young activists are leveraging technology to challenge the status quo and push for change in their country. With the power of social media, they are able to reach a wide audience and spark conversations about important issues affecting their communities.

This shift towards digital activism highlights the changing landscape of protest movements in Kenya and the role that young people are playing in shaping the future of their country. As they continue to use social media as a tool for advocacy and mobilization, their voices are becoming more powerful and harder to ignore.

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Video “Youth in Kenya turn to social media to amplify their voices” was uploaded on 06/29/2024 to Youtube Channel Al Jazeera English