|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.
|Black Community Programmes Limited: 1976 Report||
Annual Report of the Black Community Programmes
|Report of CULCOMM to the NEC held at Alan Taylor residence||
A report on the promotion of Black arts and cultural activities by the Black Conciousness Movement.
|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
|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
|Facts about the current situation in South Africa and what is to be done||
African National Congress report on the current situation in South Africa and how to respond. Examines the South African regime, the Black Consciousness Movement, the African National Congress struggle, role of youth, students and teachers, the ANC and newly banned organisations and Inkatha.
|A Challenge to Liberal Orthodoxes|
|Black Consciousness and the Quest for True Humanity|
|The Institute of Black Studies|
|Turfloop Testimony - A Comment|
|Black Peoples Convention: Lenasia Branch and Durban Central lists of members and addresses||
List of Black People's Convention members in Durban and Lenasia
|Semicon, 30 August, 1974 to 2 September 1974 at St. Peter's Seminary, Hammanskraal||
The programme for a semicon to be held 30 August, 1974 to 2 September 1974 at St. Peter's Seminary, Hammanskraal
|Statement issued by The Black Peoples Convention 11th July 1973||
The statement was isued in reponse to an article in the Daily News dated 4th July 1973. In the article Chief Gatsha Buthelezi makes a derogatory reference to the anti-apartheid activist Professor Dennis Brutus as a "graduate of Robben Island".
|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
|Tribute to the late Mthuli ka Shezi, Vice-President of the Black People's Convention||
A tribute to the late Mthuli ka Shezi, Vice-President of the Black People's Convention, after his assassination, with a call for solidarity in the liberation struggle.
|Statement by BPC Vice-President||
A press statement issued by the Black Peoples Convention, attacking Gatsha Buthelezi
|Press release to the Rand Daily Mail||
The Black People's Convention press release, signed by Nkwenkwe Nkomo, National Organiser, states that the convention has been mandated by Black people to utilise all available resources to achieve liberation for Black people in Azania.
|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 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.