The road called June 16 marks a time in our history where the voice and action of black South African youth could be heard from all corners of the globe. On June 16th 1976, 200 000 youth activists marched in protest against Bantu education. An education system that forced learners to receive academic instruction that served to silence and dis-empower them.
Today, the youth of South Africa spearhead the most powerful social campaigns, manage the most successful corporate, role models in their own right and living the legacy of fallen heroes. Umuzi
Let us remember them.
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The Power of 50 2014