The Frantz Fanon Blog: Remembering Steve Biko: a Bright & Guiding Light in Dark Times.
This entry was posted on September 26, 2012 by serious2020. It was filed under & Literature, 'I Write What I Like', 1st Amendment Rights, Adults, AFRIKAN, Black Consciousness Movement, Black Men, Black Women, Children, Community outrage, Culture, Education, Film, Health, illegal sentencing, International Law, Law, Liberation, Police brutality, political assassination, Political Prisoners, Politics, South Africa, South Africa, Steve Biko and was tagged with African/Black experience, Afrikan, apartheid, Bishop Rubin Phillip, Franz Fanon, freedom, I Write What I Like, Political Prisoners, prisoners, protest, Quran, racism, revolutionary, revolutionary leaders, Slavery, South Africa, Steve Biko, terrorism.
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