My artifact…I did not choose it, it was such an interesting coincidence. For many years I have been mentoring young people because as I was growing up as a young activist, as a young woman human rights defender, I was privileged to have mentors and I know the power of mentoring. So I decided just like people walked with me to become who I am today, I had the responsibility of giving back, so I have been mentoring for the last 35 or so years. Mentoring people in the human rights space, mainly young people, and one of my messages has always been equality, non-discrimination and equity. And most importantly, I emphasize the role of women and girls because where I grew up in the slum, I experienced a lot of inequality, I experienced a lot of violence against young girls and women. So my message was constantly equality and power to the girls, because a lot of us as young girls are voiceless. So as I was doing my mentoring business this group of young men and women in Kibera who became very close friends of mine who I met heard for a period of three years, one young man came to me and said, ‘Naomi, I have studied you for two years and if I was to summaries you in a very, very short way, this is what I would say,’ and the guy produced this artefact. I love it, that it is written.