Civil rights in Singapore, with Constance Singam | The Coconuts Podcast | April 1, 2022

The Coconuts Podcast has had the honor to talk to one of Singapore’s most cherished activist icons, Constance Singam, as she shares stories of her work that has turned tides in Singapore, the country’s evolving civil rights movement, and why her re-issued memoir is a must-read for today’s young Singaporeans. Tune in!

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