Tafelberg Short: I remember Steve Biko
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Steve Biko made a deep impression on youngsters in his hometown, Ginsberg. Among them was Xolela Mangcu, who here delves into Biko's own childhood: Steve as prankster at Forbes Grant school, and his lack of interest in politics - until, at St Francis College, his brother Khaya is arrested and Steve too is bundled into a police car. Mangcu looks at how Biko has affected the course of his own life - and at the legacy he left, giving us the courage and the language to claim our freedom.
|ISBNs||9780624057048, 9780624057048, 0624057046, 9780624057048|
|Number of Pages||52|