In recent years, increasing numbers of people have moved from all parts of Africa to Australia. Two years ago as many as 380,000 people indicated in a census that they were born in Africa.
Music has always been at the forefront and the arts still need to ask ‘Who are we?’ and speak truth to power
The wild, rebellious Masekela of the 60s and 70s played donated on a horn donated by Louis Armstrong. He transformed into an elder statesman of social activism.
For South Africans aspiring to freedom, jazz was protest music. In struggle, jazz offered shared, collective messages of black intellectual attainment – and beauty.
The book contains the speeches of two icons, Nelson Mandela and Fidel Castro, who are equally loved, and hated by many. It also sheds some light on how these two giants related to each other as revolutionaries
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