Apartheid

Creating History: Interview with Selby Semela, Part Two

Creating History: Interview with Selby Semela, Part Two

The system of racial oppression in South Africa touched every aspect of life here.  As a result, over time, black South Africans and their allies built the freedom struggle in four arenas of action: mass action, underground organization, armed struggle, and international mobilization.  In this way, each aspect of the system would be met with more…

A Violent Peace

A Violent Peace

Brain Pickings Weekly (BPW), an online publication, timeously reminded me about Albert Camus’s thoughts about life and the human condition. As a former teacher of French who taught Camus and Sartre to eager A-level students in Zimbabwe, I want to use the reminders from BPW to comment on the South African condition.  BPW began by more…

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