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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

In Kenya's Laikipia County, climate change and historical injustices heighten tensions between Indigenous pastoralists and white ranchers. Severe droughts exacerbate conflicts over dwindling grasslands, rooted in British colonialism. Filmmakers explore this complex crisis affecting livelihoods, land ownership, and conservation amidst climate change.

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15 June, 8:15pm, Showroom
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