Fridays on Motherhood: Meet Lusina

Today we bring the second installment of our Fridays on Motherhood series as we share with you stories from the International Museum of Women’s newest exhibition MAMA: Motherhood Around the Globe. This online exhibition of global art, voices and ideas seek to inspire and connect women on issues that matter to mothers around the world. Each Friday we share a story of a particular woman that inspired us from the MAMA exhibit.

Today we invite you to meet Lusina , a member of the Turkana tribe of Northern Kenya who is the mother of five children, and is uncertain of her age. Says IMOW: “The Turkana are a nomadic tribe that are distant relatives of the Maasai who have been living for centuries, keeping cattle across expansive grassy plains.”

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