Steve Biko: Black consciousness in South Africa

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Random House, 1978 - History - 298 pages
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Biko's testimony at the trial of his nine colleagues in the Black Consciousness movement reveals his positions on political freedom, revolution, racism, and the need for the cultural and psychological liberation of South Africa's Blacks

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Stephen Biko was one of the most brilliant minds of his generation. I consider him to be one of the principal influences for me in terms of studying the revolutionary movement in South Africa. He represented the hope of the younger generation. Que Viva Stephen Biko Read full review

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The Morning of May 3 1976
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The Afternoon of May 3 1976
32
The Morning of May 4 1976
67
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Steve Biko (1946-78) is regarded as the father of the Black Consciousness movement in South Africa and a key figure in bringing about the end of apartheid. He was murdered while in police detention in 1978.

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