FREEDOM

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Civil Rights News Letter, September 1959
Annual Report of the Civil Rights League fro the year 1958-1959, presented at the Annual General Meeting, September 21, 1959
Letter from Huth to Phyllis Naidoo

We didn’t know either of his plans at that time. What people have to go through for freedom.  Phyllis it bothered me very much your view on Hungary. What does it all mean (cinemas, libraries, hospitals etc.), if the intellect of the country cannot speak out what they want. 

 

E-mail from Phyllis Naidoo to Sister Josephine

I like the former. But I know that you are enjoying the freedom from its responsibility. But really you are not at Masite, you are visiting Kimberley as of now. I do hope Sister Camilla is well. Some mine is closing down and more will be unemployed around Kimberley.

Letter from Cheick Oumar Sissoko to Phyllis Naidoo

It is really nice of you to have replied my letter. I really enjoyed reading it. Thank you for it. The "Hopes on the Horizon" Project is doing well and hopefully by mid-1998 we should have the film out. I cannot wait dear Phyllis, to see you in the film , graceful and charming as ever.

Letter from Cheick Oumar Sissoko to Phyllis Naidoo

It was a great honor to have met you finally.

Draft International Declaration of Human Rights

Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of the members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world ......

Letter from Judith Todd to Phyllis Naidoo

Thank you SO MUCH for the copy of the actual Constitution of South Africa and the booklet that goes with it. I know that it is sinful to be envious and I must confess that so many of us Zimbabweans are completely sinful as we are so envious in so many ways of you South Africans!

University Report: BBC African Service, no. 167, 1971
Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 347
Books critical of South African policies threaten author's freedom in homeland
Instrument of Thy Peace
United Commonwealth
Forum
Speech by Alan Paton
The Divided House
Will KPU survive?

The government has no cause to fear Oginga Odinga if it does not fear the will of Kenya.

This emphasis on freedom

African governments have realized that the best way in which democracy can be achieved, democracy which matches African culture and personality, is a one-party system.

The Party

Fictional story.

Comment: Selma 1965

Freedom in the United States of America.

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