UDHR 60th Anniversary: Oshoveli Munashimue (in Oshiwambo)

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Osh Short (Oshiwambu).flv (0.6mb)

For 16 years, WITNESS has harnessed the power of video to advance human rights. In honor of the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10th, we're asking our friends and partners to answer the following question:

What image opened your eyes to human rights?
Was it an image or video that gave you hope, or did it show you how much further we needed to go and inspire you to take action?

In this video, WITNESS' Oshoveli Munashimue, Development & Archive Associate, answers the question and talks about an image from the Soweto Uprising, in South Africa, that made a lasting impression on her.

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Vakwethu, itu popyeni.
Inatudimbwa ava va ile tete, ava vetuikila ondjila ye manguluko.

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