|Black Community Programmes||
This document contains suggestions for action for the Sprocas Black Community Programmes which were presented for discussion at the Sprocas Co-ordinating Group in September 1971 in Johannesburg. The contents represent a rationale for the Black Community Programmes ie.
|Black Community Programmes Limited: 1976 Report||
Annual Report of the Black Community Programmes
|Black Community Programmes Limited: Projects and people||
A pamphlet containing photographs from projects of the Black Community Programmes.The goals of the Black Community Programmes are to help the Black community become aware of its own identity, create a sense of empowerment and to revitalise resources to meet its own needs
|Black Community Programmes: Year report 1972||
The goals of the Black community programmes are to help the Black community become aware of its own identity, to help the Black community create a sense of its own power; to enable the Black community to organise itself, to analyse its own needs and problems and to revitalise its resources to mee
Background to the Black Consciousness Movement and an overview of the development of the South African Students Organisation (SASO). Prepared for defence in Mayekiso trial, late 1980s
|Black consciousness and the class struggle|
|Black Consciousness and the Quest for True Humanity|
|Black Consciousness and the role of the Black woman||
Discussion on the meaningful role of the Black woman within the Black Consciousness Movement in the struggle for national liberation.
|Black Consciousness and the White left||
A paper on the nature of Black Consciousness and the implication for White left wing politics in South Africa, presented at the National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) seminar held in Cape Town.
|Black Consciousness and White Liberals|
|Black Consciousness Movement of South Africa: speech given to the assembly of the IUEF, held in Geneva, 22 November 1975||
The address outlines the role of the Black Conciousness Movement in the 1976 Soweto uprising and emphasises the need for action for liberation.
|Black Consciousness, Black Power||
A speech to Black students about Black Consciousness
|Black People's Convention: Blueprint of the proposed educational policy||
Memorandum discussing the BPC educational guidelines to develop Black Consciousness and national unity while eliminating racism and tribalism
|Black People's Convention: press release 13 January 1972||
This press release contains details of resolutions reached at the national conference of the Black People's Convention held between 17-19 December 1971
|Black Peoples Convention||
A flyer published in Zulu by the Black Peoples Convention urging unity and solidarity of its members. The flyer is accompanied by a handwritten draft in English and a translation from the Zulu version by the Control Interpreter, Magistrate's Office in Durban.
|Black Peoples Convention Policy 9th June 1973||
The National Executive Committee deemed it necessary to acquaint all Chairmen of Branches on BPC policy. These Chairmen will in turn guide their members on BPC policy especially in view of apparent misunderstaning by many members.
|Black Peoples Convention: Lenasia Branch and Durban Central lists of members and addresses||
List of Black People's Convention members in Durban and Lenasia