In this episode, Ugandan social activist and scholar, Bwesigye Bwa Mwesigire (Institute of African Studies, Emory University), discusses the policing of social activism in contemporary Africa. He also shares his personal experience in an environment where violent attacks against activists are recurrent.
This conversation is part of a series on "Social Activism in Contemporary Africa" produced in the framework of the Ufahamu Africa Non-Resident Fellowship. It was first released on the Ufahamu Africa Podcast.
You can listen to the first episode of the series here.
"What is the role of the radical intellectual in Uganda?" (by Bwesigye Mwesigire)
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