How does McGuire’s effort to put black women at the center of her story depart from the ways that the Civil Rights Movement is typically characterized? Point to at least two specific pieces of evidence which illustrate the implications of this shift.
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mmigrants. The population’s growth resulted in the problem of water and soil resource availability. Also the problem of land degradation has arisen. According to Kimani and Pickari (1998) the majority of farmers couldn’t afford fertilizes to improve the situation. “Soil fertility decline, increased soil erosion, and deforestation were widely reported in 1996” (Campbell, 1999, p.394). In the Loitokitok area farming began in the 1930s with the establishment of a District Office. The administration employed staff who came from farming areas elsewhere in Kenya, and who began to cultivate. In the Loitokitok area it reflects natural increase as well as migration of large numbers from the congested central highlands of Kenya to farm the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro and other hills. As for wildlife managers, among their main aims Campbell (2000) states nature diversity conservation – improving disrupted wildlife movements, access to water in riparian zones, and altered livestock grazing patterns. Another aspect, connected also with wildlife tourism enterprises, might be improving tourism facilities. Moreover, for a better management of various land use stakeholders of the region, there is an aim of wildlife managers to develop and implement strategies that might encourage people living near wildlife parks to accept the costs, and benefits, coming from the parks and the wildlife (Campbell, 2005). Basically, therefore among their activities we can mention returning some of the revenues from wildlife-viewing activities to the adjacent landowners as compensation for the losses they incurred due to wildlife grazing and damage to crops during their wet season dispersal (Emerton, 1999; Lusigi, 1981; Norton-Griffiths, 1996; Norton- Griffiths and Southey, 1995; Western, 1976, 1982, 1994)). As for the problems, Campbell (2005) defines such problems as crop damage and predation by wildlife, implications for the expansion of cultivation for habitat fragmentation, competition and disputes over access to reliable water with livestock herders, and farmers, threat of reduction of herd productivity and increase the drought risk. Since Independence in 1963, national policy has contributed to the diversificatio>GET ANSWER