Towards the African Renaissance

A Young Voice on the Transformation from a Subject to a Citizen

Although the notion of an African Renaissance is not a new idea, young voices from across the continent continue to carry the call for a philosophical and political movement to end the violence, elitism, corruption and poverty that seem to plague the African continent.  In this month’s “Voices from the South,” Raymond Ncube, a young Zimbabwean and an ambassador for the African Alliance of YMCA’s “Subject 2 Citizen” movement, explores what it means to be an African citizen, and how young people have the power to bring about a new era of African Renaissance.  Click below to view.

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Posted by Karibu Foundation - Last updated 31.05.2013