(in South Africa) a person who was born or grew up after the end of the Apartheid era
(in Zimbabwe) a person who was born or grew up after the end of White minority rule
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How to use born-free in a sentence
WITW: You work with a lot of charities like Born Free Africa, GlobalGiving, and UNICEF.
This was supposed to be the first generation of children born free from civil war.Creating Consequences for South Sudan’s Political Elite | Justine Fleischner | July 9, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But in America, born free of any aristocracy, the arrival of modernism and egalitarianism was a far more gentle affair.
Wittstock is an active supporter of the Special Olympics and the Born Free Wildlife Foundation.
So can those left standing in the Born Free Crew identify the man who led the crusade?
Since I am born free, allow me to enjoy my domestic institutions.The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire | Edward Gibbon
The Massachusetts constitution of 1780 had declared that all men are born free and equal.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind | Herbert George Wells
It was not for his own freedom that he was thus ready to lay down his life, for with Paul he could say, "I was born free."John Brown | Frederick Douglass
To the latter the doctrine that all men are born free and equal seemed to have grown directly out of experience.A History of Trade Unionism in the United States | Selig Perlman
Born free, as Rousseau says, he has been laid hands on by slaves from the moment of his birth and brought up as a slave.A Treatise on Parents and Children | George Bernard Shaw