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Thomas Mapfumo, Zimbabwe's Cultural Advocate In Exile

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Thomas Mapfumo wrote one of the most famous revolutionary songs, "Hokoyo." Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Musicians Who Paid The Price Before Pussy Riot

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Thomas Mapfumo & The Blacks Unlimited in Studio on KEXP 5/11/09

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Two Different Musical Takes on Politics in Zimbabwe

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