Yazier Henry talks about his experiences growing up in South Africa and his anti-apartheid work. Read the story »

Yazier Henry is a Lecturer in Public Policy at the Ford School. He is a writer, political analyst, and professional human rights advocate. He has written and published on the political economy of memory, trauma, identity, sustainable peace, and Truth Commissions. He has in-depth experience in strategic communications, political strategy and tactics. Prior to coming to Michigan he was the founding Director of the Direct Action Centre for Peace and Memory in Cape Town, South Africa. Learn more »