Reflections On African Liberation Movements Part 2

In this episode, Dr. Golooba explains that success for a liberation movement lies in the consistent pursuit of its original goals; inclusion, as much as possible, of groups that might otherwise foment instability and even of ordinary citizens, in decision making; and pursuit of self-reliance.
Paul Kagame

”Success for a liberation movement does not lie simply in measuring up to international standards of anything or turning the country they inherit into an instant liberal democracy or run-away economic success.”

In this episode, Dr. Golooba explains that success for a liberation movement lies in the consistent pursuit of its original goals; inclusion, as much as possible, of groups that might otherwise foment instability and even of ordinary citizens, in decision making; and pursuit of self-reliance.

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