Monday, February 25, 2019

Black History Month (12): South African Liberation Struggles

Odendaal Roux

Our twelfth and next to last post in recognition, honor, and celebration of Black History month is a bibliography titled South African Liberation Struggles. In addition to the fight against apartheid, these emancipatory struggles encompass the pre- and post-apartheid periods insofar as they incarnate not only the quest for social justice and thus the triune motto of the French Revolution, namely, liberté, égalité, and fraternité, but represent as well the individual and collective effort of blacks in South Africa and elsewhere on the African continent for (meaningful or true) self-determination, self-realization, and fulfillment (or eudaimonia).

(You can see larger images of the books pictured here if you click individually on the respective photos.) 

Luckhard and Wall Cherry title Wieder title
Ellis and Sechaba Switzer
Seekings title
Buntman titleKlug title Walker title
Sapire and Saunders Sinwell 3


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