About Freedom Park
Freedom Park came into being after the former President Nelson Mandela announced in Parliament 1999: “ … the day should not be for off when we shall have a people’s shrine, a Freedom Park, where we shall honour with all the dignity they deserve, those who endured pain so we can experience the joy of freedom”. Freedom Park was also established in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and the nation to create a monument and memorial that celebrates those who sacrificed their lives for a free and democratic South Africa. Read more ›
From the Collection
Medu Art Ensemble (Medu) was a cultural association operating in Botswana and was initiated by Dr Wally Serote on his return to Botswana after a period of study in the USA.
The International Digital Ephemera Project is an initiative to digitize, preserve and provide broad public access to print, images, multimedia, and social networking resources produced worldwide. Learn More ›