Obafemi Awolowo

We shall overcome, maybe

  • Nigeria

Between 1955 and 1968, African-Americans particularly in the southern region of the United States received global attention for their unending pursuit of freedom, equality, racial dignity and economic self-sufficiency. They locked arms and walked several miles, organized protest sit-ins, carried banners and placards, withstood whiplashes… Read More »We shall overcome, maybe