To engage in a complex conversation about inequalities when the lines are not always clear, and to be able to articulate your position. I. You must listen to the following podcast from NPR’s Radio lab: If you need a transcription go to this link and click on the bottom right of the video to enable the closed captions. II. Upon completing the podcast, answer the following questions. Then read and reply to at least two of your peers posts. remember to number your questions and responses. 1. What did the Mau Mau do to the white settlers and why? 2. Were they justified? Was there another way for them achieve their goals? Explain 3. Was British occupation of Kenya justified? Explain 4. Was Britain’s retaliation and treatment of the Mau Mau justified? Explain 5. Why was it so difficult for the Mau Mau to receive recognition for the past injustices that they received? 6. Why is it so easy for people to choose violence and hate? 7. What other strategies could people take to achieve the same results?