BLACK PEOPLES CONVENTION
|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.
|The future society as seen by the Black People's convention||
The first of a number of articles dealing with a kind of society that BPC envisages. This particular article scans the total policy outlook, at the heart of which is a reminder that we are striving for the attainment of an open society.
|B P C Organisation||
A memorandum presented by Mosibudi Mangena at a meeting of the NEC and Chairmen of BPC Branches, held in Braamfontein, on 9 June 1973, outlining the organisational structure of the Black Peoples Convention.
|B.P.C. Leadership Training||
Memorandum by the Black Peoples Convention supporting and promoting leadership training
Letter from Patrick Mosiuoa Lekota to Black Brother
|Black communalism seen through labour perspectives||
A paper presented at the Mafeking Seminar discussing Black communalism as a way of life. The South African labour system is complex and based on separate development. A case is made for trade union unity based on Black Consciousness principles.
|Black People's Convention: Blueprint of the proposed educational policy||
Memorandum discussing the BPC educational guidelines to develop Black Consciousness and national unity while eliminating racism and tribalism
|Black People's Convention: press release 13 January 1972||
This press release contains details of resolutions reached at the national conference of the Black People's Convention held between 17-19 December 1971
|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.
|Black Peoples Convention Policy 9th June 1973||
The National Executive Committee deemed it necessary to acquaint all Chairmen of Branches on BPC policy. These Chairmen will in turn guide their members on BPC policy especially in view of apparent misunderstaning by many members.
|Black Peoples Convention: Home education service project||
Ouline of a project to promote adult literacy among Blacks in South Africa. Iincludes a budget.
|Black Peoples Convention: Lenasia Branch and Durban Central lists of members and addresses||
List of Black People's Convention members in Durban and Lenasia
|Black Peoples Convention: Minutes of the 4th National Council Meeting held at the St. Anscars LP studios from the 16th to 17th March 1974||
Minutes of the 4th National Council Meeting of the Black Peoples Convention held at the St. Anscars LP studios from the 16th to 17th March 1974
|Black Peoples Convention: Minutes of the Second Annual National Congress of the Black People's Convention held at St. Peter's Conference Center in Hammanskraal, near Pretoria from the 15th, l6th and l7th December, l973||
Black Peoples Convention: Minutes of the Second Annual National Congress of the Black People's Convention held at St. Peter's Conference Center in Hammanskraal, near Pretoria from the 15th, l6th and l7th December, l973. Incomplete document.
|Black Peoples Convention: National Congress Address by the President, Mr T S Farisani||
Black Peoples Convention: National Congress Address by the President, Mr T S Farisani. The address discusses issues such as social welfare, industry, trade and commerce in a future free Azania. Includes a poem on committment.
|Black Peoples Convention: rejection of foreign investment||
The Black Peoples Convention National Congress held in December 1973 resolved to reject the involvement of foreign investors and this letter sent from BPC to 31 foreign firms calls on foreign investors to disengage from the economic system of South Africa
|Black Peoples Convention: Resolutions taken at the Second Annual National Congress held in December 1973 at the St. Peter's Conference Centre near Hammanskraal||
Black Peoples Convention: Resolutions taken at the Second Annual National Congress held in December 1973 at the St. Peter's Conference Centre near Hammanskraal, including membership, administration and financial afairs
|Black Peoples Convention: Terrorism Trial - a rededication and committment in the struggle, by way of financial support for bail money||
An appeal for donations towards the costs of a court appeal and bail for Nkotsoeu P. Motsau
|Black Peoples Convention: The April seminar on BPC administration and the implementation of BPC policies and National Congress resolutions||
A brief discussion on Head office administration, Branch office administration and the implementation of BPC policies at executive level and the implementation of national congress resolutions.
|Chapter one: Black organisations - Political groups|