Your Daily Dose 25/08/2017

Here’s your daily dose of must-reads to get you ahead of the curve:

  1. Rwandan prime minister, Anastase Murekezi, urges thousands who graduated from the University of Rwanda to embrace entrepreneurship. (The New Times)
  2. Ugandan comedian Anne Kansiime wants to see Rwandan women join the industry. (Umuseke)
  3. Same as invisible forces govern the visible forces of nature, the same is true of writing: Roger Rosenblatt writes. (The New York Times)
  4. Ex-astronaut Chris Hadfield predicts we’ll live on the moon, for generations, before heading to Mars. (The New Scientist)
  5. 58-year-old musician Darl Davis has a unique hobby: He’s spent decades making friends with members of the KKK, who later turned leave the group. (Independent Journal Review)

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