Kike Talks Second Edition Different Shades of Motherhood: Miscarriages, Adoption and Single Motherhood

Kike Talks Different Shades of Motherhood

KikeTele is a women-centric organization whose goal is to collect, tell and share African women’s stories, particularly Kenyan women, encouraging the formation of a community of
women that can instigate change.  This is encapsulated in our motto: Community | Conversation | Change. We are proud to present Kike Talks,  a monthly forum that focuses on cultivating conversations about women by women.

The forum is a two hour salon style event and is open to women only in a bid to create a safe space where women are free to grapple with issues that affect them. Every Kike Talks will
have a different theme or topic of conversation. The idea is to have one or two experts of the subject matter at hand in case there are any difficult questions that need to be answered, but
generally to have the forum as open as possible to encourage as many of the participants to share their opinions and thoughts on the topic of the day.

The first edition of Kike Talks tool place on 19th September 2015  with the topic of discussion being Sex: Consent and Power.  The second edition is in partnership with Still A Mum, an organization that seeks to celebrate women who have lost babies and affirm them that they are still mothers despite their loss, with the theme of discussion being Different Shades of Motherhood: Miscarriages, Adoption and Single Motherhood . The session will be moderated by Still A Mum Founder, Wanjiru Kihusa.

The event will be on 10th October 2015 at Soulfood Cafe, Liaison House on Statehouse Avenue. Kindly RSVP via email to thekiketele@gmail.com or via Facebook.

Follow the conversation on #KikeTalks and #StillAMum on Twitter.

Kike Tele is an initiative that seeks to tell stories by and for African women with the aim to spark constructive conversations and inspire positive change.

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