Steve biko

soulfulremixed: Steve Biko was the founder of the Black Consciousness Movement in South Africa. In 1968 he cofounded the all-black South African Students’ Organisation. The organisation’s message spread from campuses to the general community, and in 1972 Biko helped found the Black People’s Convention. He was arrested many times for his anti-apartheid work and in 1977, died from injuries while in police custody. Joan Baez ~ Biko https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hn1QS1p94Oo

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Steve Biko was an anti-apartheid activist in South Africa in the and A student leader, he later founded the Black Consciousness Movement which would empower and mobilize much of the urban black population.

Being black is not a matter of pigmentation - being black is a reflection of a mental attitude.Black Consciousness is an attitude of the mind and a way of life. Merely by describing yourself as black you have started on a road towards emancipation, you have committed yourself to fight against all forces that seek to use your blackness as a stamp that marks you out as a subservient being.The most potent weapon of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed.  - Stephen Bantu Biko

Steven Biko, South - Founder of Black is Beautiful -Black Consciousness Movement and anti-apartheid activist He mobilized and empowered the urban black population. "The most potent weapon of the oppressor is the mind of the oppressed.

Steve Biko in 1977, he was a anti-apartheid activist in South Africa. He died in a prison cell after numerous torturing acts. Biko was an international protest to the South African government.

Steve Biko in he was a anti-apartheid activist in South Africa. He died in a prison cell after numerous torturing acts. Biko was an international protest to the South African government.

Biko ... Adrian Grant-Smith's digital portrait of Steve Biko (18 Dec 1946 - 12 Sep 1977) the South African anti-apartheid activist, who founded the Black Consciousness Movement.

Adrian Grant-Smith's digital portrait of Steve Biko Dec 1946 - 12 Sep the South African anti-apartheid activist, who founded the Black Consciousness Movement.

Steve Biko's "I Write What I Like"

Steve Biko's "I Write What I Like"- I'm always enlightened each time I read this book. Radical at times but which revolutionary isn't.

"Being black is not a matter of pigmentation, it is a reflection of a mental attitude" - Steve Biko

"Being black is not a matter of pigmentation, it is a reflection of a mental attitude" - Steve Biko

Ntsiki Biko, widow of South African political detainee Steve Biko, who died while in police custody on 12 September 1977, defiantly gives the Black Power salute with their children Samora (left) aged two, and Nkosinathi aged six, in front of their home at King William's Town, South Africa, shortly after hearing of his death. 'Steve may be dead, but his struggle will continue', she said.

How Stephen Bantu Biko Became an Anti-Apartheid Martyr

Ntsiki Biko, widow of South African political detainee Steve Biko, who died while in police custody on 12 September defiantly gives the Black Power salute with their children Samora (left) aged.

Steve Biko. Son: Nkosinathi Biko who has kept his father's legacy.

It's better to die for an idea that will live, than to live for an idea that will die ~ Steve Biko

A 1977 file photo shows Black Consciousness Movement (BCM) founder Steve Bantu Biko. Five former senior South African Police officials, have applied for amnesty before the Truth and Reconciliation Committee in Port Elizabeth, for their involvement in the murder of Biko while in detention in 1977.

Anti-apartheid hero Steve Biko gets a Google Doodle on what would have been his 70th birthday

A 1977 file photo shows Black Consciousness Movement (BCM) founder Steve Bantu Biko. Five former senior South African Police officials, have applied for amnesty before the Truth and Reconciliation Committee in Port Elizabeth, for their involvement in the murder of Biko while in detention in 1977.

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