An inter-generational set of conversations about the country of our dreams and the reality on the ground. It concludes with a section that focuses on the need for healing
of our woundedness as individuals, families, communities and the nation. It includes findings from a study that show how unleashing the energy of poor people can make a significant difference in the choices they make as they become agents of change. Mamphela Ramphele is a South African academic, businesswoman and medical doctor and was an anti-apartheid activist. She is a current trustee on the board of the Rockefeller Foundation in New York. In this book she speaks to the youth of the nation about taking responsibility and changing their attitudes. It is wonderfully motivational and inspiring.
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Dr. MAMPHELA RAMPHELE, a medical doctor and ex-World Bank director, first rose to prominence as an activist and associate of Steve Biko. She served as Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town and as a Director at the World Bank in Washington DC before returning to South Africa as Director of Corp Capital. As a newspaper columnist and political commentator, she is one of few steadfastly independent voices.
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