Let my people go: How Africa can save herself – MPIYAKHE DHLAMINI
The people of Africa have been subjected to multiple injustices, slights, and violence. The list of things inflicted on Africans is endless and has no modern equivalent, except for Asia in geographical terms and the Jews in ethnic terms. These multiple injustices have been inflicted by both outsiders and Africans themselves against one another.
What happens when people are repeatedly, consistently brutalised based on their race? Their history marginalised and cast away as nothing? What happens to the individuals who have to build themselves up from these ashes? I would submit that there will be quite a bit of self-doubt. You would expect that the self-esteem of these people will be lower than ordinary.
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Publish date: 26 June 2019
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