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Robert et Veronica Sobukwe

Robert et Veronica Sobukwe

robert sobukwe family - Google Search

robert sobukwe family - Google Search

The Oakland Community School (OCS) was one of the most well-known and well-loved programs of the Black Panther Party. Point 5 of the Black Panther Party’s original 1966 Ten Point Platform and Program, emphasized the need to provide an education that, among other things, taught African American and poor people about their history in the United States.

The Oakland Community School (OCS) was one of the most well-known and well-loved programs of the Black Panther Party. Point 5 of the Black Panther Party’s original 1966 Ten Point Platform and Program, emphasized the need to provide an education that, among other things, taught African American and poor people about their history in the United States.

If I ever have to do a research paper, this would be one of my topics. Very sad, there is still radiation out there today!!

If I ever have to do a research paper, this would be one of my topics. Very sad, there is still radiation out there today!!

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Stephen Shames -  Angela Davis Speaks At A Rally In DeFremery Park For George Jackson And The Other Soledad Brothers. Oakland, 1970

Stephen Shames - Angela Davis Speaks At A Rally In DeFremery Park For George Jackson And The Other Soledad Brothers. Oakland, 1970

Steve Biko addressing the second general students’ council of the South African Students’ Organisation (SASO) at University of Natal, July 1971.

Steve Biko addressing the second general students’ council of the South African Students’ Organisation (SASO) at University of Natal, July 1971.

Delegation from the South African Native National Congress that went to   England in 1914 to convey the objections of the African people to the 1913 Land Act.  Back Row (L-R) - Walter Rubusana, Saul Nsane; Front Row - Thomas Mapikela, John Dube, Sol T Plaatje

Delegation from the South African Native National Congress that went to England in 1914 to convey the objections of the African people to the 1913 Land Act. Back Row (L-R) - Walter Rubusana, Saul Nsane; Front Row - Thomas Mapikela, John Dube, Sol T Plaatje

The Black Consciousness Movement started as a student movement and quickly became the voice and spirit of anti-Apartheid resistance in 1970s South Africa.

What Was the Black Consciousness Movement?

The Black Consciousness Movement started as a student movement and quickly became the voice and spirit of anti-Apartheid resistance in 1970s South Africa.

Stephen Biko  August 12, 1977 leader of the Black Consciousness Movemeent In South Africa Stephen Biko was arrested, 1977

Stephen Biko August 12, 1977 leader of the Black Consciousness Movemeent In South Africa Stephen Biko was arrested, 1977