One evening in January 2011, as an interdisciplinary group of journalists, poets, rappers and hip-hop artists gather for a tea session and debating on current affairs, comes one of the numerous power outages. This was one outage too much. They launch the movement Y’en a marre (enough is enough!) to raise consciousness about and begin civic actions against mal-governance. This is considered to be the origin of what became a massive social revolt, unprecedented in Senegal thus far.
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