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 Raising Sand 
 Fatima Meer; Dudu Khumalo; Annie Leonard and Steven Colbert
 Raising Sand Radio  
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A tribute to South Africa's Fatima Meer, one of the world's real heroines. It was said of her as she received her honorary degree from the University of Natal in 1998 that she “was among the first South Africans to have ever existed, a dutiful citizen before citizenship was enfranchised for her”.

We hear from Dudu Khumalo a water and rural lands activist in townships in and around Durban, South Africa. Dudu Khumalo is affiliated with the Center for Civic Society at the University of Kwa Zulu Natal and talks about the struggle she wages to create simple, healthy, and dignified communities in post apartheid SA.

And Annie Leonard talks with Steven Colbert about her work and new book The Story of Stuff.

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00:44:35 English 2010-03-17
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