“Smash Bantu education: misery: illiteracy”

"The Medu Art Ensemble formed in the late 1970s in opposition to South Africa’s apartheid policy of racial segregation and violent injustice. Through graphic design and poster production, members forcefully articulated a call for radical change, advocating for decolonization or majority (nonwhite) rule in South Africa and in the neighboring countries of Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, and Zimbabwe. Medu, meaning 'roots' in the Sepedi language, evolved organically and operated underground, as its name suggests."—https://www.artic.edu/exhibitions/9039/the-people-shall-govern-medu-art-ensemble-and-the-anti-apartheid-poster