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Arts, culture and economic emancipation in our lifetime – EFF

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Fighters say major towns must be named after indigenous icons and reflect an African character, European names on private buildings and estates must be rejected

Economic Freedom Fighters 1st National People’s Assembly Discussion Documents: People’s Power for Economic Freedom

Arts, Culture and Economic Emancipation in our lifetime

Introduction

1. The History

The extent to which a people are emancipated; be it political, social or economic is intrinsically linked to their freedom of expression or lack thereof. Throughout history, oppressed nations have been oppressed precisely because of their inability to practice free speech, practice their beliefs and contribute meaningfully to the make-up of their socio-political life…

 

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2018-10-23T17:37:04+00:00