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In “Conversations with my Sons and Daughters” Mamphela Ramphele asks people of a younger generation “Where did we lose our idealism and why and at what cost?”
The book is a series of essays addressed to young people in an attempt to get them to reclaim the mantle of leadership that the young people of South Africa first wore in the late 1960’s and 1970’s when their parents were too afraid to confront the brutal apartheid regime. She appeals to the sense of social justice and self-interest of young people urging them consign to history the poverty and inequity in our country.
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