|White racism and Black conciousness||
The paper discusses the totality of White power in South Africa and Black Consciousness
|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
|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.
|Minutes of the Fourth National Congress Held at King Williams Town, December 1975, including Commission Reports||
Unamended drafts of the commissions reports, Executive reports and Programmes of the Black People's Convention conference held on Dec 13-16 1975 ,King Williams Town.
|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
|Afro-American influences on the Black Conciousness Movement||
This paper gives an overview of the relationship and differences between Black Consciousness and the civil rights struggle by African Americans
|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
|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 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.
|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
|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.
|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 Barney Pityana to SRC Presidents and other organisations||
The circular outlines the historical background of the formation of the South African Students Organisation (SASO) as well as the aims and structure of the organisation.
|The mood of black South Africa|
|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.
|Bolt Number 9 August 1973|
|Bolt Number 8 1973|
|Biko day: 11th September|