A Daughter of Pangea: An African Journey of Renewal

R220.00

Through her own story, Miriam Dube explores themes of identity and what it means to be African. She also prompts considered thought around topics such as xenophobia, Afrophobia, the role of women in Africa’s progress, the expression of one’s culture and identity in the workplace, and the impact of capitalism and Westernization on African culture. She invites us to explore our own ideas and ideologies around Africanism and what it means to live on the African continent. She reminds us that once, a very long time ago, there were no boundaries and that all continents were once one – a supercontinent called Pangea.

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A Daughter of Pangea: An African Journey of Renewal

R220.00