|Black Renaissance Convention||
Letter containing final instructions to all those attending the Black Renaissance Convention on the 13-16th December 1974, Hammanskraal
|Future state: A BPC projection and call of the youth||
An article published in the journal Azania Combat that outlines the vision of the Black Peoples Convention for life in Azania and covers aspects such as land, education, religion, human rights, law, health.
|A national convention|
|A national convention or a workers republic of Azania?|
|Black Renaissance Convention, St.Peters Conference Centre, Hammanskraal, 13th-16th December 1974||
The document contains a declaration of the Convention's opposition to the apartheid policy and resolutions for future plans to reconvene conferences that promote political rights for Black people in South Africa.
This communique informs members of the Black Peoples Convention of resolutions passed at their 1st Annual Congress held at Hammanskraal on 16-17 December 1972.
|Death to the national convention|
|Fighting Talk Volume 15 Number 2 March 1961||
Fighting Talk - a monthly journal for democrats in Southern Africa
|Indian Opinion Vol.59 No.29 Jul 1961|
|Letter from Gatsha Buthelezi to Gwendolin Carter||
Letter from Gatsha Buthelezi to Gwendolin Carter, written on 12 June 1975, with comments on Black Renaissance Convention
|Letter from Smangaliso Mkhatshwa to Thomas Karis||
A letter written by Smangaliso Mkhatswa to Thomas G Karis of the Institute of Contextual Theology on 28 September 1990, enclosing a copy of a memorandum entitled "Black Renaissance Convention"
|Multi-racial Johannesburg: apartheid in action - a Black Sash Forum|
|Putting the Black Renaissance Convention into correct perspective||
A memorandum in response to "biased", mainly press, reports of the Black Renaissance Convention