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Saturday, October 26 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Youth & Afrofutures

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  • Call it Scamming or ‘Sakawa:’ How a Young People Negotiate Response to the Riddle of Abjection in Waithood (Aggrey Kwesi)
  • Family Bond, Depression, and Suicide among Youths in Lagos, Nigeria (Ayodele Johnson Oluwole)
  • Youth in Africa as the future (Noxolo NomfundoKhuzwayo)
  • Youth political engagement and the reclamation of public space in contemporary politics in Africa (Sittoni Rachel)
  • Contested Rituals of Black Girlhood: Power, Violence & the Transition to Adulthood in Downtown Kingston (Sadiyah Malcolm)
  • Risky Sexual Behavior Among in-School Youths: The Influence of Pornography Use and Socio-Environmental Factors on Students in Assosa General Secondary School and College Prepatory, Western Ethiopia (Alem Zenaw)


Mary Kinyanjui

University of Nairobi


Kwesi Aggrey

University of Education, Winneba

Rachel Sittoni

PhD Candidate, University of Cambridge
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Sadiyah Malcolm

Doctoral Student, University of Michigan

Saturday October 26, 2019 3:15pm - 4:45pm EAT
USIU Library Conference Room USIU Road, Nairobi, Kenya