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Come to a Roundtable on South Africa

Nationalization in South Africa - what's the story? Radio personality Sduduzo Ka-Mbili with long-time South African activist Dr. Bojana V. Jordan will discuss this topic and others which are heating up a fierce debate as strikes spread among the mines and vineyards nationwide.

Dr. Jordan is a South African citizen who graduated 60 years ago from Fort Hare University. He studied law at the University of Cape Town and was heavily involved with the liberation struggle. Forced into exile, he finally wound up in the U.S. where he studied for a Masters in Education, completed a doctorate in Humanities and taught at SUNY Albany till 1995. He is retired and lives in Albany.

Contributions will be gratefully accepted to help cover our costs!

Come early for good seating!

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  • Frank L.

    I wonder if Dr. Jordan knew people from that era that I have met (then and later)! (Albert Lutuli, Saths Cooper, Dennis Brutus).

    November 26, 2012

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