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A man for all people

The story of Dr. William Nkomo, a black South African who fought racial discrimination.

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Dr. William Nkomo was one of the founders of the African National Congress (ANC) Youth League. In the 1950s he met white people who got him in contact with the ideas of MRA; he was invited to participate in a conference in Lusaka. The film includes many testimonies of people who came to meet Nkomo, travel and work with him to various places. The end of the film has a fairly long sequence in sync of Nkomo speaking in front of an audience, as well as a short interview with him shot on the terrace in Caux, Switzerland.

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