‘What Does Apartheid Mean To You?’: Video Interview with BOA Leader Esau du Plessis

23 Feb

In this brief video extract the former leader of Boycott Outspan Action communicates some personal meanings of apartheid:

One Response to “‘What Does Apartheid Mean To You?’: Video Interview with BOA Leader Esau du Plessis”

  1. hughcrosfield February 24, 2013 at 12:22 pm #

    Reblogged this on Landscape Surgery and commented:

    Short video on the personal meaning of apartheid to South African exile and anti-apartheid activist, Esau du Plessis

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