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Turning From Past As Rapist To Advocacy Work

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Turning From Past As Rapist To Advocacy Work

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Turning From Past As Rapist To Advocacy Work

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Gender inequality and disparity plagues cultures all over the world. Post-colonial African countries are no exception.

Dumisani Rebombo is one of a growing number of African men who are changing their ethics and behavior regarding how they treat women.

Rebombo is part of a South African human rights group, called "Men As Partners." He shares his story with Farai Chideya.

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