|Black Peoples Convention: Minutes of the 4th National Council Meeting held at the St. Anscars LP studios from the 16th to 17th March 1974||
Minutes of the 4th National Council Meeting of the Black Peoples Convention held at the St. Anscars LP studios from the 16th to 17th March 1974
|Black Peoples Convention: Minutes of the Second Annual National Congress of the Black People's Convention held at St. Peter's Conference Center in Hammanskraal, near Pretoria from the 15th, l6th and l7th December, l973||
Black Peoples Convention: Minutes of the Second Annual National Congress of the Black People's Convention held at St. Peter's Conference Center in Hammanskraal, near Pretoria from the 15th, l6th and l7th December, l973. Incomplete document.
|Black Peoples Convention: National Congress Address by the President, Mr T S Farisani||
Black Peoples Convention: National Congress Address by the President, Mr T S Farisani. The address discusses issues such as social welfare, industry, trade and commerce in a future free Azania. Includes a poem on committment.
|Black Peoples Convention: Paper on Policy||
Black Peoples Convention: Paper on Policy presented on 16 March, 1974, at the National Council Meeting and includes BPC policy on internal relations, international relations, sports, education, and news media
|Black Peoples Convention: Resolutions taken at the Second Annual National Congress held in December 1973 at the St. Peter's Conference Centre near Hammanskraal||
Black Peoples Convention: Resolutions taken at the Second Annual National Congress held in December 1973 at the St. Peter's Conference Centre near Hammanskraal, including membership, administration and financial afairs
|Black Peoples Convention: The April seminar on BPC administration and the implementation of BPC policies and National Congress resolutions||
A brief discussion on Head office administration, Branch office administration and the implementation of BPC policies at executive level and the implementation of national congress resolutions.
|Black theology revisited|
|Black thinking falls under the spotlight again|
|Bolt Number 8 1973|
|Bolt Number 9 August 1973|
|Chapter one: Black organisations - Political groups|
|Chapter six: Black consciousness|
|Chapter six: Black consciousness|
|Circular from N Pityana to all SRC's and SASO Local Chairmen: Alice Declaration on Turfloop Crisis||
Circular letter written to Student Representative Council's in support of the resolution by Black students to boycott Black Universities if any further Black students are excluded. Attached to the circular is a copy of the Alice Declaration: Boycott of Black Universities
|Circular from N. Pityana to all SRC's and local committees||
A circular stating the facts surrounding the controversy between the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) and the Natal Indian Congress (NIC)
|Circular from Strini Moodley to Dear Black Brothers and Sisters||
The circular is intended as a voice of solidarity with the students of the University of the Western Cape in taking a unified stand with other Black Universities against White intimidation
|Circular from the SASO National Executive Committee to all SRCs and other Black organisations||
Circular to all SRC's, local committees and other Black Organisations calling on Black students to work together for liberation, following the deportation and subsequent house arrest and banning of a final year Theology student, Sabelo S Ntwasa, on Friday 17th March 1972.
|Commissions Report: 1. Black Consciousness 2. Black Communalism||
The report focuses on Black Consciousness, Black communalism, government created platforms. national and international relations and education. Report prepared for the Black Peoples Convention (BPC) Conference at King Williams Town, 13-16 December 1975.
Culture in its various manifestations can be used to liberate Black people and this memorandum discusses the importance of Black poetry, literature, music and fine art