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1 January 2000

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FREEMUSE EN FRANÇAIS start page

1 January 2000

Bienvenue sur la section française de notre site web   Introduction:   Daniel Brown – membre du Comité Executif de Freemuse. Durée: 1:07 audio video Intro French Ci-dessous vous trouvez des textes concernant le travail de Freemuse: Pr City seeks ‘anti-gay’ album ban The first city-wide boycott of reggae and …

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Declaration from the 1st World Conference on Music and Censorship in November 1998

18 November 1998

During the conference it has been documented that numerous governments and political and religious groups in the World Community are violating the rights of freedom of expression for musicians, songwriters, lyricists and composers. These violations include censorship, banning, physical and mental abuse, imprisonment and even assassination. As specified in the …

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South Africa: Pops Mohamed

18 March 1998

“I was a shadow player. We played behind curtains. It was a black guy playing behind the stage and a white player up on the stage,” tells Pops Mohamed about one of the more peculiar and dangerous effects of censorship in South Africa during apartheid. Pops Mohamed was interviewed in …

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