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This #AfricaDay, Sonke releases a Public Service Announcement calling for African unity and an end to xenophobia. View the video version of our PSA here:
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#AfricaDay 2015

What do people living in South Africa think about African unity and xenophobia? Check out this video to find out!
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#AfricaDay #SAYNOTOXENOPHOBIA

This #AfricaDay Sonke shares this Public Service Announcement https://soundcloud.com/sonke/anti-xenophobia-psa-2 which urges all South Africans to rise up and take a stand against xenophobia. South Africa is a multi-cultural and diverse country, and the people that live here who come from different countries add to the richness of our social fabric and contribute to the growth of our country.

This Africa Day, let us stand side by side, love one another and not allow hate to divide us, for we are all human and we are all Africans.

Let us also not forget that many of our fellow Africans come from countries that helped us during our time of need before we attained freedom.
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This is the second version of the Public Service Announcement (PSA) calling for an end to xenophobia in South Africa. This version is mixed with the South African national anthem.

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Today marks #AfricaDay, the 52nd anniversary of the founding of the Organisation of Africa Unity, which is now known as the African Union.

This year, Africa Day in South Africa follows horrific incidences of xenophobic violence aimed at people from the African diaspora who reside in South Africa. Sonke has joined with other civil society organisations, trade unions and the religious community to condemn these attacks, and to call for African unity.

Calls by civil society organisations mirror the views of many people who live in South Africa.

We share with you a voxpops feature https://soundcloud.com/sonke/africa-day-2015-voxpops-1 of how people living in South Africa think about African unity and xenophobia.

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For Africa Day 2015, Sonke Gender Justice asked people living in South Africa about their thoughts on African unity and xenophobia. The result was the production of this voxpops feature.

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