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DocArchive (1993): Back To The Future: Marius Schoon, a long-time activist in the African National Congress who spent many years in Ireland as a political exile following the death of his wife and daughter. Nelson Mandela described him as "an enduring example of the fight for non-racialism and democracy. Mr. Schoon died in February 1999. Produced and presented by Rodney Rice (1993)

DocArchive (1993): Back To The Future: Marius Schoon, a long-time activist in the African National Congress who spent many years in Ireland as a political exile following the death of his wife and daughter. Nelson Mandela described him as "an enduring example of the fight for non-racialism and democracy. Mr. Schoon died in February 1999. Produced and presented by Rodney Rice (1993)

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DocArchive (1993): Back To The Future: Marius Schoon, a long-time activist in the African National Congress who spent many years in Ireland as a political exile following the death of his wife and daughter. Nelson Mandela described him as "an enduring example of the fight for non-racialism and democracy. Mr. Schoon died in February 1999. Produced and presented by Rodney Rice (1993)

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Length:
42 minutes
Released:
Nov 13, 2018
Format:
Podcast Episode

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Marius Schoon, a long-time activist in the African National Congress who spent many years in Ireland as a political exile following the death of his wife and daughter. Nelson Mandela described him as "an enduring example of the fight for non-racialism and democracy. Mr. Schoon died in February 1999. Produced and presented by Rodney Rice (1993)
Released:
Nov 13, 2018
Format:
Podcast Episode