SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS 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.
|Destroying the tadpole philosophy|
Culture in its various manifestations can be used to liberate Black people and this memorandum discusses the importance of Black poetry, literature, music and fine art
|Community Action and Development||
For effective programs that make the Black communities aware of the problems that bedevil it, SASO developed well planned educational programmes to train Black leaders. The aim was to create a just and healthy community which would be able to realise its full potential.
|Commissions presented at 5th General Students' Council of the South African Student's Organization, St Peters Seminary, Hammanskraal, 14-18 January, 1974||
The memorandum contains commissions to assess, among others, the theory of the struggle pertaining to the Black culture, the feasibility of research into education suitable for the struggle of students in Universities, and possible student benefits programmes.
|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 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 Neville Curtis, President, NUSAS, to SRC Presidents and others||
General circular from the President of the National Union of South African Students containing the text of the Commission appointed by the South African Students Organisation to prepare a critique on NUSAS in terms of its usefulness and to consider if there was a necessity for change.
|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 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
|Chapter two: Black organisations - Educational and cultural groups|
|Chapter twelve: Education for Blacks - higher education|
|Chapter twelve: Bannings|
|Chapter thirteen: Youth and student organisations|
|Chapter six: Black consciousness|
|Chapter one: Self-help|
|Chapter five: South African Indian Council|
|Can we ask the question and find out the answer why our Brother Onkopotse Tiro was murdered in Botswana||
The circular urges Blacks students to take note of the murder of Black leaders by the apartheid government. It is a call for a united reaction in the fight against apartheid.
|Bonds of unity consolidated|
|Black Consciousness Movement of South Africa: speech given to the assembly of the IUEF, held in Geneva, 22 November 1975||
The address outlines the role of the Black Conciousness Movement in the 1976 Soweto uprising and emphasises the need for action for liberation.