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Unbowed: a memoir by wangari maathai by alternachievement - march 10, 2016 written as an autobiography, unbowed is the story of wangari maathai, kenya's first. Maathai's unbowed: a memoir kesero tunai, phd scholarly study, barret john mandel asked autobiographers to write like novelists (223) by employing the. Unbowed, a straightforward and unfussy memoir, is most moving when it details the challenges this outspoken, accomplished, passionate woman faced in a kenya that had no tolerance for anything. Unbowed: a memoir by wangari maathai, 2008 (dr maathai recounts the brutal repression by the kenyan government and how she started the green belt movement) replenishing the earth: spiritual values for healing ourselves and the world , 2010 — maathai draws inspiration from the teachings of the world's religious traditions, including. Unbowed by maathai, wangari paperback available at half price books® .
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