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This is a panel held at the Institute of Postcolonial Studies on 24 September 2014, The panellists, Patrice Naiambana, Max Gillies, Dianne Jones and Tarriro Mavondo shared with the audience stories about a time they have “committed thought”: an action they took when provoked by a sense of personal responsibility, and the consequences that ensued.

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Recorded: 14 September 2014


Patrice Naiambana, Max Gillies, Dianne Jones & Tarriro Mavondo


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