Kenya is starting to track its valuable stolen artifacts worldwide

A review of our first Object Movement Dialogues via Quartz Africa:

Perhaps for the first time in Kenya’s history, there’s a movement to investigate the cultural artifacts stolen and kept outside the country’s borders. The discussions surround how certain objects were bundled or bequeathed from the East African nation, exploring where in the West they are actually housed, who holds the agency to demand their repatriation, and how their historical and cultural legacy can be harnessed for sustainable and creative development.
— Abdi Latif Dahir, Quartz Africa