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Black consciousness: a reactionary tendency
Teachers' League of South Africa, Cape Town
BLACK CONSCIOUSNESS MOVEMENT
SOUTH AFRICAN STUDENTS ORGANISATION
BLACK PEOPLES CONVENTION
This article is a reprint, and first appeared in June 1976 in The Educational Journal of March-May issue. The author provides the reader with a very detailed background and history of the formation of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa. This was in collaboration with the South African Students' Organisation (SASO) and the Black Peoples' Convention (BPC) and other liberation movements. There is much discussion into the education system at the time and the role of the liberation movements in view of the segregation and making reference to schools as bush colleges.The impact of Black Consciousness to the South African socio-economic background against the liberation of the oppressed.
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