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In Conversation with Rev Jesse Jackson: The Dilemma and Challenge of Black Excellence

The Dilemma and the Challenge of Black Excellence in The Revolution and the Role of Champions of Change in The Journey for Liberation

In collaboration with Future Africa Forums and The Young Professionals Association we invite you to a conversation with Reverend Jesse Jackson and Dr Zweli Mkhize, Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs.

This lecture will takes us through some of the prominent highlights of the American Civil Rights Movement and the South African struggle for freedom. It will then address some of the modern day challenges as well as the progress that black people are making in stamping their authority and excellence across different fields. A celebration of Mama Winnie’s rich life of activism, the focus will be on black excellence in the past and present.


Reverend Jesse Jackson - American civil rights activist

Dr Zweli Mkhize, Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs,

Additional Info:

Registration: 17:30 -18:00

Starts: 18:00

Ends 20:00

A light supper will be served after the event

Please note that GIBS forums are filmed for City Press and BDTV

Want to attend but can't afford to? email for one of the limited free seats available


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