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By Adam Branch, Zachariah Mampilly

ISBN-10: 1783600004

ISBN-13: 9781783600007

From Egypt to South Africa, Nigeria to Ethiopia, a brand new strength for political swap is rising throughout Africa: renowned protest. frequent city uprisings through formative years, the unemployed, alternate unions, activists, writers, artists, and non secular teams are hard injustice and inequality. what's riding this new wave of protest? Is it the foremost to substantive political switch? Drawing on interviews and in-depth research, Adam department and Zachariah Mampilly supply a penetrating evaluate of up to date African protests, situating the present well known activism inside of its old and neighborhood contexts.

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