Maasai Cricket Warriors exchanges our mighty spears for bats, for the bats serves us today better than the spear.

As indigenous people, we see the world changing every day and our lives are directly affected regardless of whether we subscribe to the formal world and its drastic changes or not. We also know that any species that is too big to change always faces extinction and is left to be literature subject in anthropological books. As Maasai people, we don’t want to only exist in those books, we want to capture the moment and promote a sustainable livelihood and play our role in making this planet a better place not only for us, but for the generations to come.

As you know that opinion varies as much as the number of human beings alive, we in the MCW team, think that our survival as a people depends upon if we implement some crucial reforms based on desired changes. That is why we exchange our mighty spears for bats, for the bats serves us better than the spear today. We drop our lion killing ceremonies during initiations and instead protect them for the social-cultural, and economic benefit of all the human species and generations to come.

We therefore desire to reform some bad parts in our indigenous way of life and confirm to some good practices from other cultures. We borrow the UN conventions against all sorts of discrimination. We borrow women and children’s rights, the rights for tribal people, we borrow from the penal code and above all, the supreme constitution of the republic of Kenya that empowers us to achieving our goals.

That is why this documentary is a strong foundation for us to promote our social messages locally and elsewhere with the aim to achieving our greater goals of gender justice in our community.

We ask all of you to continue supporting our cause for the sake of the Maasai girl child, and indeed, the traumatized boy-child who is as well culturally sanctioned to deprive their sisters some of their natural rights, or who is at times prevented from protecting them against harm.

As you know that opinion varies as much as the number of human beings alive, we in the MCW team, think that our survival as a people depends upon if we implement some crucial reforms based on desired changes.

That is why we exchange our mighty spears for bats, for the bats serves us better than than the spear today. We drop our lion killing ceremonies during initiations and instead protect them for the social-cultural, and economic benefit of all the human species and generations to come.

We therefore desire to reform some bad parts in our indigenous way of life and confirm to some good practices from other cultures. We borrow the UN conventions against all sorts of discrimination.

We borrow women and children’s rights, the rights for tribal people, we borrow from the penal code and above all, the supreme constitution of the republic of Kenya, that empowers us to achieving our goals.

That is why this documentary is a strong foundation for us to promote our social messages locally and elsewhere with the aim to achieving our greater goals of gender justice in our community.

We ask all of you to continue supporting our cause for the sake of the Maasai girl child, and indeed, the traumatised boy-child who is as well culturally sanctioned to deprive their sisters some of their natural rights, or who is at times prevented from protecting them against harm.

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