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26. Of African Descent: Decolonisation Man Ting – the podcast

On this episode, Jamie and Lewis talk about the nature of colonialism and how we can break free of its shackles. Read more here: SOCIALS: YouTube; Instagram: Twitter: Facebook: Music (Creative Commons — Attribution and Share Alike): Maria by Fiskayet Sippin by Cospe Friend of Me by Fiskayet Sweet Talk by Tyra Chantey Image by Matthew Lancaster on Unsplash
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