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Eugene Power : This painting was inspired by the great Xhosa, anti-Apartheid activist, Steve Biko, who gave his life in the struggle for freedom.

The late Black Consciousness leader Steve Biko and political philosophers Frantz Fanon and Achille Mbembe top the list of writers who get routinely abducted by discerning pirates of the book world.

The late Black Consciousness leader Steve Biko and political philosophers Frantz Fanon and Achille Mbembe top the list of writers who get routinely abducted by discerning pirates of the book world.

The courage and intelligence of Bantu Steve Biko

AFRICAN MEN - Stephen Bantu Biko - an anti-apartheid activist in South Africa December September 1977

South African Struggle Heroes | A Poster Series by MUTI / Steve Biko

MUTI has produced a series of illustrated posters inspired by classic Bollywood movie posters but telling the stories of South African struggle heroes.

South African activist Steven Biko played by Denzel Washington and the journalist investigating his suspicious death played by Kevin Kline.  Should have been rated R.

Cry Freedom Set in South Africa in the this film tells the story of Stephen Biko, a Black political activist, and Donald Woods, a liberal white newspaper editor who risks his own life to bring Biko's message to the world.

Directed by Richard Attenborough.  With Denzel Washington, Kevin Kline, Josette Simon, Wabei Siyolwe. South African journalist Donald Woods is forced to flee the country after attempting to investigate the death in custody of his friend the black activist Steve Biko.

Cry Freedom (1987)

Directed by Richard Attenborough. With Denzel Washington, Kevin Kline, Josette Simon, Wabei Siyolwe. South African journalist Donald Woods is forced to flee the country after attempting to investigate the death in custody of his friend the black activist Steve Biko.

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A resident of Tokoza is searched during operations by the SADF (South African Defense Force) and the police to quell the violence there--August Tokoza, South Africa Photo credit: Paul Velasco;

The Promised Land by Grace Ogot

The Promised Land by Kenya writer Grace Ogot.

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