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February 24, 2011

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This is such a great event. Women journalist will be given time to get together and share ideas. What it is like to have freedom of speech in Kenya and what are their experiences as a journalist. They can share it to the world what it is like having that career being a woman journalist.

I went to a few WAM-Boston sessions which focused on small press and niche publishing initiatives. Awesome organization. Looking forward to hearing more about this!

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