Steve Biko

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Jacana Media, 2011 - 160 من الصفحات

A brief yet lively introduction to antiapartheid activist Steve Biko, this biography argues that Biko was the most important political figure to have emerged in South Africa between Nelson Mandela's arrest in the early 1960s and his release in 1990. Written by some of the leading experts in their fields, this informative and accessible volume demonstrates just how fundamental Biko was to the transformation of South Africa in the second half of the 20th century--and how relevant he remains today. The book covers his life and thought, his influence and his legacy, as well as the impact Biko had on the Black Power movement.

 

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Preface
9
Early years 19461965
18
Student action and style of leadership
30
To love and to work
54
Bantu Son of Man 19731977
76
Choices and dilemmas
112
Detention banishment and international
118
Arrest
129
A life still to be dug out
143
Bibliography
155
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حول المؤلف (2011)

Lindy Wilson is an independent documentary filmmaker whose films include Crossroads, For Which I Am Prepared to Die, and The Guguletu Seven. She is the director of the South African Committee for Highter Education, an alternative adult-education institution for black students under apartheid, and a former employee of the Star newspaper and Drum magazine.

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