How Bobi Wine's Resistance Echoes U.S.'s Civil Rights Struggle
Bobi Wine has meet with the U.S. Civil Rights Movement leader Jesse Jackson who has just like him fought an oppressive government through non-violent resistance two decades ago. Wine who has said he is considering running for presidency says he is encouraged by Jackson's example to soldier on daily, through trials and tribulations, in his quest for freedom, justice & equal opportunity for Ugandans.
VOA, 5 February 2019
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