Let My People Go is as much Albert Luthuli's extraordinary story as that of the
African National Congress, which he led for fifteen years. He gives a first-hand
account of the repression and resistance that were to shape the South African
political landscape forever: the Defiance Campaign, which marked the first mass
challenge to apartheid, the drafting of the Freedom Charter, the Treason Trial, the
Alexandra bus boycott and the 1959 potato boycott, as well as the tragedies of
Sharpeville, Langa and Nyanga.
Albert Luthuli was also the first black man to receive the Nobel Peace Prize and
this book bears witness to Luthuli's unfailing humility, perseverance, and
passionate commitment to the values of non-racialism and non-sexism. His
vision, crucial to the shaping of the South Africa we live in today, continues to
move and inspire.
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