|Letter from T Kloppenburg to Peter Brown|
|Civil Rights League Newsletter, Vol 40 No.2 May 1993|
|Civil Rights League Newsletter Vol 32 No.6 March 1986|
|Annual Report of the Civil Rights League for the year 1967-1968, presented at the Annual General Meeting on October 14, 1968|
|Letter from Rev. Lucius Walker to Phyllis Naidoo||
We take special pleasure in sending you our latest issue of lFCO NEWS. It comes as we are finalizing plans for the celebration of IFCO's 30th anniversary. And it comes with our special thanks to you because it is your steadfast support that has made IFCO's work possible.
|Letter from Phyllis Naidoo to Friends||
Whereas, there are 110 000 000 land.mines scattered in 69 countries, with this figure increasing dramatically year by year, continuing violence against civilians long after warfare has ceased, and, Whereas, landmines are widely deployed in developing countries of Asia, Africa, and Latin America,
|Report of the Indian Enquiry Commission||
We, the Commissioners appointed by Your Excellency to hold a public judicial Enquiry into the disturbances in connection with the recent strike of Indians in Natal, the causes and circumstances which led to that strike and to those disturbances, the amount of force used in the suppression of the
|E-mail from Ron Gray to Phyllis Naidoo||
The following is, I think, as good an analysis of the recent events in Kosovo that you are likely to get anywhere.
|Statement issued by the Natal Indian Congress||
The prime responsibility for the serious and unprecedented wave of violence in Durban leading to the loss of hundreds of lives and mass destruction of Statement issued by the Natal Indian Congress...
|Instrument of Thy Peace|
|The Long View: John Harris, Contact vol 8, no. 4|
|Urban Violence and the Textures of Everyday life in Post-apartheid South Africa||
There is a great deal of literature on crime and violence in post-apartheid South Africa.
|The advent of revolution||
The great social convulsions of this decade, the post-Sharpeville period, reached their peak on the banks of Bashee River and in the slums of Paarl.
|Realities of Angolan struggle||
On the sixth anniversary of the beginning of the Angolan struggle for independence, the Portuguese are again officially denying the winds of change experienced by the rest of Africa and threatening in Angola.
|The New African: Volume 5, Number 9, November 1966|
|No crops without ploughing?||
Reflections on Los Angeles and violence.
|To the Editors||
Letters to the editor.
|Comment: Malcom X||
Violent and non-violent struggle.
|The end of non-violence: a tactic not a doctrine||
Can South Africa be liberated without a violent struggle.