Kikuyu (African people)
Mar 30, 2010 — A new comedy from Ian McEwan; the true-life adventures of the Victorian Brit who stole the secrets of tea from China; a Kenyan contemporary of Obama's father remembers the Mau Mau rebellion; and a new Russian master spins surprising fictional gold from the Godot-like tale of Soviet citizens waiting in an endless line.
May 31, 2005 — Tribal war veterans in Kenya are seeking restitution for atrocities they say were committed against them in the 1950s. At that time, hundreds of thousands of Kenyans were held in British detention camps, where they say they were tortured, executed and used for forced labor. A new book supports the Kenyan claims.
Jan 22, 2005 — Caroline Elkins' book Imperial Reckoning exposes a grim period in recent British history. In the 1950s, British authorities in Kenya imprisoned thousands of Kikuyu people who were fighting to end colonial rule. Elkins talks with Jennifer Ludden.