|Race prejudice and the schools|
|Chapter two: Government created political bodies - South African Indian Council|
|Chapter ten: Education - Higher|
|Chapter eight: Education - primary and secondary|
|Chapter seven: Education for Blacks (Primary and Secondary)|
|Chapter eight: Education for Blacks (Teacher training, vocational and technical)|
|This bunch of jolly students: formal education for men serving long-term prison sentences|
|The New Education Bill: A warning to parents|
|From crisis to catastrophe in the classroom|
|The tactics of academic boycott|
|Open schools: Reform or transformation|
|Statement by education organisations on the Public Safety Bill and the Internal Security Bill||
Statement by education organisations on the Public Safety Bill and the Internal Security Bill
|Jack Simons on How to organise underground work: coordination and accountability||
Speech by Jack Simons given at a SACTU Internal Committee Workshop held 7-8 August, 1987.
|Black Consciousness, Black Power||
A speech to Black students about Black Consciousness
|Closing address to the 58th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 29 November to 4 December 1980.||
Closing address to the 58th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 29 November to 4 December 1980. Spoke on education within the framework of the conference theme: Exposing Total Strategy.
|Beyond reform: the challenge of change - NUSAS July festival speeches||
Speeches presented at the NUSAS July festival held at the University of Cape Town which include speeches about State strategy regarding constitutional proposals, Bantustans, educational struggle, community organisation and worker organisation.
|Education as an instrument for liberation.||
This Address to a fund-raising banquet for the South African Students Organization in Durban, June 1973, discusses the traditional role of education, looks at the teacher-student relationship and examines ways in which education can be used to initiate change.
|A call to conscience addressed to Catholics by their Bishops||
Address by Bishops to Catholics on social and interracial justice, moral courage and dignity in human relationships within the South African context of racial discrimination.
Presidential Address delivered by Leo Sihlali at the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cape African Teachers' Association in Queenstown.