I remember my emotions the day we watched Nelson Mandela walk out of prison Writing & literature in South Africa... - Achmat Dangor Quotes
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Quote:I remember my emotions the day we watched Nelson Mandela walk out of prison Writing & literature in South Africa during the anti-apartheid years, became a 'cultural weapon.' You had to use it to fight apartheid & some of us resisted that in the end, you recognize that you are facing a government that has no scruples about using culture & art to oppress you. - Achmat Dangor Quotes
  


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