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    Nothing is Normal The second pandemic

    This documentary aims to address the patriarchal mind-set we as a South African society live in as well as look at ways men can contribute in raising more awareness on this issue.

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    Uploaded Jan 15, 2021

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    Nothing is Normal The second pandemic

    Directed by Leron Adonis 2020 -38 min

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    Uploaded Jan 15, 2021
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    Nothing is Normal The second pandemic

    Nothing is Normal - The Second Pandemic is a documentary about the escalating gender-based violence (GBV) crisis in South African society, emphasized by the recent Lockdown. It explores how men can contribute meaningfully towards changing the patriarchal mindset of the South Africa society. The documentary aims to empower women as a solution-based showcase to the trial of the human spirit and the triumph by the rise of the survivors of GBV and men affecting change in support of this movement.

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