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Thomas Sankara:”There is no true social revolution

Issue 375

"There is no true social revolution without the liberation of women. May my eyes never see and my feet never take me to a society where half the people are held in silence.” - Thomas Sankara (1949-87), African revolutionary leader, assassinated after four inspirational years as President of Burkina Faso..

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