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Singing for Freedom

Zambia's struggle for African government

by Andreya Masiye

Singing for Freedom is a lively, personal record of the author's experiences as a radio-communications expert during the Zambian independence struggle. Andreya Sylvester Masiye shows how the combination of songs, folklore and news broadcasts provided an effective and popular weapon in strengthening the nationalist cause. He also describes how the use of traditional proverbs, chanting and speech-making provided exceptional material for political agitation through the mass-media.

ISBN 9789982241229 | 244 pages | 229 x 152mm | B/W Illustrations | 2021 | Gadsden Publishers, Zambia | Paperback

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"I am glad to recommend this work to anyone interested in trying to understand the people of Central Africa and their struggle against oppression by an intolerable minority."

Dr Kenneth D. Kaunda, First Republican President of Zambia

"There is no doubt that Singing for Freedom is a significant contribution to the development of knowledge regarding different forms of the struggle for freedom and independence in the history of Zambia."

Bizeck J. Phiri, Professor of History, University of Zambia

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