Why I Support the #FeesMustFall Movement

Louw, Angelo
December 2016
Washington Informer;12/1/2016, Vol. 52 Issue 7, p26
The author reflects on his support to the #FeesMustFall, a student led protest movement which calls for the free education funded by the wealth tax in South Africa. Topics discussed include the bravery of the students in demonstrating to express the protests, the increase in African American students in the universities to improve the economic development, and the aspects of the federal budget on the country's education.


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