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The Testimony Of Steve Biko (Paperback)

Millard W. Arnold

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The SASO/BPC trial which took place from October 1974 until December 21st 1974 played an intrinsic role in the surge of Black Consciousness thought. An ideology founded by Stephen Bantu Biko, which wished to relay the unspoken strength and spirit of the African people.

It was seen to be a way of thought developed for the African people to reclaim confidence within their skin tone. As the trail commenced in the year 1974, little was known about the ideology’s founder – Steve Biko, aside from his colleagues and followers of the movement, as his whereabouts and communication had been limited as the Apartheid government had ordered a ban on Biko; thereby restricting his movements and communication with individuals.

When Steve entered the Pretoria courtroom in Pretoria as a star witness to deliver his testimony on Black Consciousness, in the three-month trial; those who had heard of the myth of the man named Biko, got to witness him in court. This, gave traction and new-found understanding to the teachings of Black Consciousness. This book focuses solely on his testimony, as said in his words. The spoken words that ignited the momentum of resistance that could not be stopped.

General

Imprint: Pan Macmillan
Country of origin: South Africa
Release date: October 2017
Editors: Millard W. Arnold
Dimensions: 234 x 153 x 30mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 376
ISBN-13: 978-1-77010-558-4
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LSN: 1-77010-558-1
Barcode: 9781770105584

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