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Africa at 40 Pariv

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Forty years ago, in 1957, Ghana became the first sub-Saharan African country to win its independence. To mark the beginning of the decolonization process, scholars, activists, international diplomats and heads of state gathered in London this past October for a conference on Africa at 40. Today, we play the remainder of a speech by President Robert Mugabe of Ziimbabwe.

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  • President Robert Mugabe, of Zimbabwe. He is presently the chairman of the Organization of African Unity or OAU.

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  • 12/15/97 Democracy Now!–"Africa At 40"

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