In relation to South Africas National Heritage Day, we invite you all to the screening of the documentary by Sifiso Khanyile, A new country, with a following talk by Rahel W, Sebhatu. OBS, both film and talk is in Englich. Free entrance!
Almost 30 years after its birth as a democratic country, South Africa remains on of the most unequal society in the world.
A NEW COUNTRY takes a sobering look at recent history, from the early days of liberation to an increasingly fractured contemporary society still battling the legacies of apartheid, colonialism, and continuing racial and economic inequality, 26 years after apartheid ended. Director Siphiso Kanyile assembles an impressive chorus of activists, leaders, educationalists, and artists who comment on the past three decades with perplexed candour and direct outrage.
After the screening, Rahel W. Sebhatu will give a brief background about the anti-Apartheid movement and how the colonial legacies of Apartheid are still affecting South Africans today.
Rahel W. Sebhatu is a PhD candidate in Global Politics at the Department of Global Political Studies at Malmö University. She is also the Vice-President of the Pan-African Movement for Justice (Afrosvenskarnas Forum för Rättvisa), a board member of the European Network Against Racism (ENAR), and the Research Director for Afresist (www.afresist.org
A NEW COUNTRY
Director Sifiso Khanyile
South Africa, 2020
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