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Address at Cornell University Remembering The Sharpville Massacre

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"I should like to conclude by reiterating that for an African both in independent and the unliberated areas of our continent - the path is clear. We have to support the struggle for freedom of the continent. We have to end racial tyranny in the continent no matter the sacrifice involved. We cannot do otherwise and retain the right to call ourselves as free men. We like to believe that when the chips are down, the overwhelming majority of mankind, blacks, whites, brown and yellow will be with us against those who have committed the most atrocious crimes in our continent - aggression against our very humanity." - Dr. Salim, 1972


Address at Cornell University Remembering The Sharpeville Massacre

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