SisaKhuluma: We are Still Speaking (video)

SisaKhuluma: We are Still Speaking (video)

Segal, L., Hamber, B. & Hahn, H. (1997). SisaKhuluma: We are Still Speaking (video). This video follows from the video, Khulumani – Speak Out! The video revisits several survivors of human rights abuses a year after they have testified before the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). They express their views on the successes, failures and difficulties with South Africa's complex reconciliation process that is spearheaded by the TRC, May.
Part of the proceeds of the video goes to The Khulumani Support Group.

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