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Ubuntu: On Whose Shoulders We Stand

An ancient African word meaning “humanity to others”. It is often described as reminding us that “I am what I am because of who we all are”.

When we live in a world that celebrates individual success while downplaying the role of others in achieving our dreams. We often forget that others play an equal part in our achievements. When you share your gratitude, you will rise up higher than you could ever dream of. Let’s celebrate and honor other people who have helped us along the way.

Ubuntu: On Whose Sholders We Stand is a collection of inspired authors sharing their tales of giving humanity to others.

 

FEATURING AUTHORS: Tererai Trent, Bettina Danganbarr, Sarah Blake, Bianca F Stawiarski, Celia Malahlela, Chiedza Malunga, Elisabeth Gabauer, Jen Hagen, Judy Cheung-Wood, Karen McDermott, Kellie Hackney, Lisa Benson, Margaret Williams, Miranda Murray, Raquelle Roulette, Scharrell Jackson, Vikki Speller

Forward by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York

$29.95 inc. GST

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An ancient African word meaning “humanity to others”. It is often described as reminding us that “I am what I am because of who we all are”.

When we live in a world that celebrates individual success while downplaying the role of others in achieving our dreams. We often forget that others play an equal part in our achievements. When you share your gratitude, you will rise up higher than you could ever dream of. Let’s celebrate and honor other people who have helped us along the way.

Ubuntu: On Whose Sholders We Stand is a collection of inspired authors sharing their tales of giving humanity to others.

 

FEATURING AUTHORS: Tererai Trent, Bettina Danganbarr, Sarah Blake, Bianca F Stawiarski, Celia Malahlela, Chiedza Malunga, Elisabeth Gabauer, Jen Hagen, Judy Cheung-Wood, Karen McDermott, Kellie Hackney, Lisa Benson, Margaret Williams, Miranda Murray, Raquelle Roulette, Scharrell Jackson, Vikki Speller

Forward by Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York

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