|The 'new' policy of the USA towards South Africa: The Black Consciousness Movement's view||
Speculation in change of US policy towards South Africa accompanied the appointment of Andrew Young as the United States ambassador to the United Nations. In this essay the Black Conciousness Movement list reservations about this development
|The anatomy of Black consciousness|
|The banning of eighteen Black Consciousness organisations||
A circular condemning the government's banning of Black Conciousness organisations in the aftermath of the Soweto riots
|The Black Church and liberation|
|The Black Conciousness Movement in South Africa in the late 1960s||
This article critically analyses the development of the Black Conciousness Movement in South Africa in the late 1970s and 1980s
|The Black Conciousness Movement, Black People's Convention: External Office||
One of the major decisions taken by the BPC was the establishment of an external office .This became necessary because of the growing number of exiles belonging to the Black People's Convention.
|The Black People's Convention (BPC) - South Africa: historical background and basic documents||
The report contains historical background of the founding of the Black People's Convention, principles and aims of the BPC, the constitution, national and international relations and BPC viewpoints on education, land, human rights, farming, law etc
|The Black Peoples Convention||
The article discusses the development of the South African Students Organisation (SASO) and The Black Peoples Convention and their contribution to the political struggle in South Africa.
|The Black Worker's Project: A proposal||
There is a universal understanding for workers to negotiate in one voice, yet Blacks were refused membership to Trade unions.The complexity of the race situation in South Africa enhanced this gap between the White and BlacK worker.
|The contemporary Black Movement as it has developed from its forerunners||
The discussion revolves around the the gap in student activism between the fifties and the seventies and the widening gap between Black and White students with an increase in the rise of Black nationalism
|The definition of Black Consciousness|
|The history of the Black man's struggle for liberation in South Africa and the role of Black Consciousness||
This paper, possibly prepared for the inaugral conference of the Institute of Black Studies, Wilgespruit, 13-18 July 1976, traces the history of the political development of South Africa from the first Dutch settlements, British colonisation, the formation of the African Native National Congress
|The Institute of Black Studies|
|The meaning of Black Consciousness in the struggle for liberation||
The meaning and definition of Black Consciousness in South Africa is discussed as well as the challenge of developing community projects. The formation of SASO (South African Students Organisation) and the impact of Black Consciousness on politics in South Africa are also discussed.
|The mood of black South Africa|
|The pipe-dream shattered|
|The poverty of Africanism|
|The repugnant elements in the Western Culture||
The use of White religion and politics to keep Blacks under the supression of the Nationalist government is questioned. It also suggests that the social atmosphere of the Black family setting has been destroyed by a capitalist society.
|The rise of Black nationalism|
|Through the cross: the South African church's painful path to victory||
Interview with Frank Chikane as General Secretary of the South African Council of Churches