Pan Africanism : Walter Sisulu.....

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Truelly it is a sad moment for us here in South Africa. Walter Sisulu, a great man of the liberation struggle, a man who shared a jail cell with nelson mandela for many, many years, a man who's gentle yet tough nature made him one of the hereos of the struggle...

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XXPANTHAXXX

U are a brotha after my own heart...your understanding and insight of issues never ceases to amaze me..In deed, our African heroes will always leave a legacy for us...in your words, we must take the torch and continue the race..

your sista..

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For those of us who didn't know who Bro. Sisulu was when he was alive, I've posted this link to a website that gives details about him and his life work.

Hopefully people who read this will be inspired to either stay active or get involved in our freedom struggle. The torch, as Brother Pantha expressed, is large enough for many to carry to light the way to better future for us and our people.

Thank you Brother Sisulu for all that you did and for being so selfless and committed to your people and the cause!

http://www.anc.org.za/people/sisulu_wmu.html

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NNqueen, I thank u for this post, really, i hope that everybody who reads it will have a better understanding of the silent heroes who gave selflessly and without conditions to the liberation struggle. TO u and to everybody else reading this, each one-teach one..

much luv
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