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ARNSA's Twitter Take Over Asks South Africans to Dig Deeper

Written by: diannem

This morning, the Anti-Racism Network of South Africa, which is headed by the Ahmed Kathrada and Nelson Mandela Foundations, took part in the Lead SA #HumanRightsTweets twitter take over.

The theme of the day, in line with Anti-Racism Week (14-21), was how to confront racism in our personal lives, in order to develop a more just and equal society.

Learn more about the Anti Racism Society of South Africa by visiting their website, and follow them on Facebook and Twitter

Tune in for our next take over happening tomorrow, 17th March, with @Activate! from 10:30 - 12:00 #HumanRightsTweets



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