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Tag Archive: Zimbabwe

C.H.A.N.G.E.

For the past week, as I near the date of my return flight home, I’ve been immersed in social justice issues as I helped to organize DITSHWANELO’s Annual Human Rights Film Festival. The Festival screened eight films, exploring issues such as child trafficking, hip-hop culture and activism, HIV, genocide and Apartheid. And for the weeks…

“Anthem for Uncle Bob” (Reprise)

Now, Dear Reader, after the previous blog entry’s long-winded history lesson, you might wonder what else, outside of developing a penchant for cyber-lecturing on African politics, I have been up to at DITSHWANELO – The Botswana Centre for Human Rights. Continuing with last week’s musical accompaniment, I’ll refer to Johnny Clegg’s “The Revolution Will Eat…

“Anthem for Uncle Bob”

Some of us find comfort and ways to express ourselves to family, friends and society through conversation, writing, dance or any other one of the innumerable means of communication whether subtle or direct. For me, I find the best way to express what happens to be on my mind at any given moment is through…