Africa Liberation Day on, Saturday May 25, has been celebrated for over 5 decades. It represents a clarion call to the continent as her diaspora demands complete political and economic freedom. This year, with Mozambique facing devastating cyclones, Darfur and other regions in the Sahel zone ravaged by increasing desertification, water shortages threatening a “Day Zero,” when there will be no water in Cape Town, and rising sea levels threatening all capital cities in West Africa – there is an added urgent call for liberation from climate chaos.

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Emira Woods is on the Board at the Institute for Policy Studies.

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