The Voiceless Campaign
Issue 19 | June 2011
Calls for change have swept North Africa. Further south, in Zimbabwe, the continent’s most brutal dictatorship arrested people for simply speaking about what was happening in Libya.
For speaking-out against this regime, The Zimbabwean newspaper has had its vehicles burned and its vendors beaten.
As efforts to silence the newspaper continued, the Zimbabwean needed to let people know it had not lost its voice.
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