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Research data: LIBERATION MOVEMENTS
2017 Thomas Sankara
This book presents a comprehensive timeline along a unique perspective on his life, his voice and his legacy. The book offers a view on Sha...
2017 'Without community: there is no liberation': on #BlackGirlMagic and the rise of black women-centred collectives in South Africa
There is increasing global desire by and from black women to connect with other black women for identification, promotion of wellbeing, prot...
2015 Transcripts of interviews with unsung heroes and heroines of the South African liberation struggle, volume 1: report
The interviews included in this Report cover a range of experiences, including participation in the activities of the Natal Indian Congress ...
The research which gave rise to this Report was carried out by a team of researchers drawn from the HSRC's Democracy, Governance and Service...Download this report