Power of the Streets on Jamit

5. Taking On The Trolls

Power of the Streets

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Episode Notes

What’s it like being a vocal African woman online? Entrepreneur Carol Ndosi discusses the importance of women’s voices on the internet in Tanzania, and how her work led to the creation of support systems for women who are trolled on social media. Check out Women at Web’s work on Twitter using #WomenatWeb Check out the Carol and the Launch Pad’s work https://thelaunchpad.or.tz/ (here). Follow Carol Ndosi https://twitter.com/CarolNdosi?s=20 (here). More information on Carol Ndosi’s startup, Nyama Choma Festival can be found https://www.instagram.com/nyamachomafestival/?hl=en (here). To access the transcript of the show or find out more, you can go https://www.hrw.org/video-photos/podcast/2021/03/01/power-of-the-streets (here). Follow Human Rights Watch on https://twitter.com/hrw (Twitter) or https://www.instagram.com/humanrightswatch/ (Instagram). Join the conversation using #PoweroftheStreets to tell us how you’re speaking truth to power. Follow host Audrey Kawire Wabwire on https://twitter.com/akawire (Twitter) or https://www.instagram.com/audreyhrw/ (Instagram).


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