Zimbabwe: “They don’t have jurisdiction over your spirit”

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Video recordings from ‘All that is Banned is Desired’:
“They don’t have jurisdiction over your spirit”

In this interview Tongai Leslie Makawa, better known by his stage name Outspoken, talks about the conference, about meeting other artists and about trying to achieve “freedom with responsibility”:

Outspoken gave an inspiring talk and performance in the conference session ‘OUTSPOKEN’:

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This video shows Session 8 on Day 2 of the conference ‘All that is Banned is desired’ held in Oslo, Norway, in October 2012.

Speaker:
Outspoken, Artist and Community Activist (Zimbabwe)

Conference website
To see the more sessions and interviews from the conference, please visit: www.artsfreedom.org


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