LIBERATION

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Womans day
A force that can't be ignored

Aida Santos has been a women's activist in the Phillipines for many years .When she visited South Africa, she told Thoraya Pandy about the achievements of Filipino women

The Soweto Uprising and the Development of Liberatory Ideas

Lecture by Wycliffe M Tsotsi, Vice-President, Unity Movement of South Africa, on the Soweto Uprising and the history of the liberation struggle.

Speech on my 75th birthday at N's home

Speech by Jane Gool on her 75th birthday, celebrated in Zambia.

Education as an instrument for liberation.

This Address to a fund-raising banquet for the South African Students Organization in Durban, June 1973, discusses the traditional role of education, looks at the teacher-student relationship and examines ways in which education can be used to initiate change.

Women in Zimbabwe: "women`s rights are human rights!"
Selections from Spark
Africa Faces Serious Challenges to its Non-Democratic Systems
Maputo Revisited
Negotiations: a strategic perspective

Statement by the African National Congress on negotiations as adopted by the National Executive Committee on 25 November 1992.

New Age Vol.4 No.2858 May. 1958
Parliament do you see we are waiting for Malan

Recorded at Howard College Theatre

Tambo we are the Umkhondo members we are from foreign countries coming home

Recorded at Howard College Theatre

Endure yourself it is close where we are going
Even if it is difficult we will continue
Release them they are not guilty

Liberation song (toi toi)

Baba Mandela
Songs of liberation
Liberation and the progressives
Review: the struggle for South Africa

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