BLACK CONSCIOUSNESS MOVEMENT
|SASO Newsletter, 1970 - 1976||
By the late 1960s many black students increasingly began to feel the frustration and disillusionment similar to that which had led to the Fort Hare SRC to disaffiliate from NUSAS in 1952.
|Staement by Seth Sandila Mazibuku||
This is a press release about the death of Steve Biko and the detention of black leaders.
|Interview with Ntsizi Elijah Moremi||
Interview with Ntsizi Elijah Moremi who was a refugee in Kenya in the late 1970s. An adherent of the black consciousness movement, he became involved in efforts to create an external wing of the movement, the Black Consciousness Movement of Azania (BCMA) in 1979-80.
|Letter from Steve Biko to the executive||
This is the letter from Steve Biko to the executive about the trips to some black campuses namely: Federal Theological Seminary and Fort Hare.
|Solidarity: official organ of the Black Consciousness Movement of Azania, No13||
Articles include a statement on the death of Samora Machel, discussions on solidarity, a statemement of reaffirmation, the Chairpersons New Year message etc.
|The birth of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa||
This article which was published in WSCF Journal, Volume 1 No 2, 1979, pages 26-31, traces the birth and development of the Black Consciousness Movement to the banning of all Black Consciousness Movement organisations in 1977.
|Destroying the tadpole philosophy|
|"African" vs "Black"|
|Message from the Black Consciousness Movement (BCM) to the Workers` Summit held on 26 August 1989|
|The education debate: our view||
Circular about the education debate by the Black Consciousness Movement of Azania, and includes discussions about the national education crisis, student boycotts and the role of students in the liberation process.
|Circular on the London office||
The External Affairs Office of the Black Peoples Convention was set up by a resolution to handle foreign public relations and programmes for the welfare of refugee members. This is a circular from the London office.
|Challenge to the churches: report of a consultation on the church and the liberation of Southern Africa, held at Mindolo, Kitwe, Zambia||
Report of a consultation held at Mindolo, Zambia on November 25-30 1979, to discuss the role of the church in the struggle for liberation and includes papers on the prevailing situation in South Africa, the independence of the Transkei, Namibia,the role of students and the role of the Black Consc
|The Birth of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa||
One day in July 1968 a group of students formed a separate caucus at the annual conference of the University Christian Movement being held outside Stutterheim in the Cape Province.