AMANDLA NGAWETHU. MATLA KE A RONA. POWER TO THE PEOPLE

AMANDLA NGAWETHU. MATLA KE A RONA. POWER TO THE PEOPLE

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AMANDLA NGAWETHU. MATLA KE A RONA. POWER TO THE PEOPLE
Undated, 1970s or 1980s?
Type: T-shirt
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: Sweden
Language: English
Arabic
Portuguese
Zulu
JANA SHAKTI. MAKT TIL FOLKET. A LUTA CONTINUA. DIE STRYD DUUR VOORT.
The design includes these phrases used frequently in the southern Africa liberation struggle: Amandla Ngawethu (Zulu: Power to the people) , Matla ke a Rona (Setswana: "Victory is certain"), Jana Shakti (Hindi: Power to the people), Makt til folket (Swedish: Power to the people), A luta continua (Portuguese: The struggle continues), Die stryd duur voort (Afrikaans: The struggle continues) and in Arabic: A revolution until victory. This shirt was also printed in gold, green and white on a black background, which also is available on this website.
Collection: Prexy Nesbitt Africa Solidarity T-Shirt Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections