Steve Biko - Writings & resources
- Black Viewpoint, edited by Steve Biko and published in 1972.
'Black Viewpoint is meant to protect and further the interests of black people... we focus attention on four addresses delivered by blacks in different situations. By juxtaposing these articles in this issue we hope to reflect the broad spectrum now to be found in our society both in terms of the different stresses we lay in the definition of our problem - the white problem - and in the mooted solutions that all four speakers touch briefly on...'
- No46 - Steve Biko, by Hilda Bernstein published in London by the International Defence and Aid Fund in 1978. Steve Biko was the 46th person to die in security police detention in South Africa.This book holds detailed information about the life and times of Steve Biko. There are chapters on Biko's inquest, the funeral, black consciousness, the courts, the police ect.
- Black Student Politics, Higher Education & Apartheid: From SASO to SANSCO 1968-1990, by Saleem Badat published in 1999.
- Psychological Liberation Black Consciousness and Africanism, a chapter from the book 'The Negotiated Revolution Society and Politics in Post - Apartheid South Africa' by Adam, H. and Moodley, K. Published by Jonathan Ball Publishers, Johannesburg in 1993.
Document, Articles and Papers:
- Steve Biko: An Enduring Legacy, by Barney Pityana (2002, UNISA)
- Black Consciousness a Critical, Relevant and Liberatory Angle of Vision, by Lerato Seohatse (2005, WITS)
- Black consciousness and the quest for a true humanity, by Steve Biko, a paper later published (1990) in a book titled 'I write what I like' - a collection of Steve Biko's writings put together by Aelred Stubbs.
- Mandela's ultimate recognition of Biko (in the Sowetan, September 2004, Pg 12)
- Biko, Black Consciousness, and 'the System' eZinyoka: Oral History and Black Consciousness in Practice in a Rural Ciskei Village by Leslie Hadfielda (PDF)
'Frank Talk' journal articles:
- The church as seen by a young layman, by Steve Biko (Frank Talk 9 September 1987)
- Fear: An important determinant in South African politics, by Steve Biko (Frank Talk 9 September 1987)
- Biko Lives! (Frank Talk, 11 November 1984)
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