End Poverty: Indigenous People Pay A Visit To The Stock Exchange!
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange in South Africa was the scene of protest action put together by Khoi and San groups from South Africa. Echoes of the struggle song, “What have we done”, which is reminiscent of apartheid South Africa, could be heard in Maude Street Sandton, where the Stock Exchange is situated, the richest square mile in Africa.
Interviewee: Mr. Anthony Williams
Music: Sami Drum by Tyler, used with permission
Introductory Music: "Burn Your Village to the Ground" by A Tribe Called Red. Used with permission
Producer: Shaldon Ferris
Image: Courtesy of Cultural Survival.
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