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South Africans Unite in D.C. to Oppose Neo-Liberalism

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As policymakers from the G-7 nations and members of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund meet this week in Washington, D.C., activists and groups opposed to neo-liberalism are holding counter-meetings there as well. Under the banner of the 50 Years Is Enough Campaign, activists from around the world have come to Washington.

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  • Dennis Brutus, a prominent South African poet and former political prisoner jailed with Nelson Mandela on Robin Island.

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