All posts by Christian Shingiro

Christian Shingiro is a musician from the KW region that was born in Rwanda and has been active in radical politics for five years. He was raised as a musician and taught classically by his father, Ignace Ryangoma, a Berklee College of Music alumni. He has an appreciation for the versatility and beauty of the guitar, and is aware of the role that the guitar has played in social movements around the world. He is out to show the world, in quoting Communist Party of Kenya's political candidate, that it's time to "think outside of the box" when it comes to politics, and that politics and guitar do indeed mix!

The Socially Radical Guitarist

show logoThe Socially Radical Guitarist will inform the public on political history, community led social movements, new and emerging music in the community and around the world, and will provide a radical political perspective. The program is sponsored by The African and Caribbean Inclusion Centre: A major fundraiser is being held to provide comprehensive services to newcomers. Every bit helps. Please support this major initiative launched by the African and Caribbean Inclusion Centre:

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