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eBook No. 46-Steve Biko ePub

by Hilda Bernstein

  • ISBN: 031736653X
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  • Author: Hilda Bernstein
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: International Defence & Aid Fund; First Edition edition (1978)
  • ePub book: 1818 kb
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No. 46- Steve Biko Paperback – June 1, 1978. Steve Biko was the forty sixth person to die in security police detention in South Africa. And for the first time, the inquest revealed full and horrifying details of how political detainees are treated

No. by. Hilda Bernstein (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. And for the first time, the inquest revealed full and horrifying details of how political detainees are treated. What exactly happened to Biko in room 619 is known only to his interrogators. But from a close reading of the inquest proceedings, given in this book, it is possible to reconstruct the events and identify the likely culprits.

Hilda Bernstein fled from their home as the police were on the way to arrest he. No. 46: Steve Biko (Victor Kamkin, 1978

She wrote several books, including The World That was Ours which documented their flight from South Africa. She also dedicated more time to her art, which appeared in several shows and became part of many public and private collections. Her artwork has also been used in many publications for the Anti-Apartheid Movement. Return to South Africa. Steve Biko (Victor Kamkin, 1978, ISBN 04759-21-0). 46: Steve Biko (Victor Kamkin, 1978, ISBN 0-317-36653-X). Death is Part of the Process (Sinclair Browne

Start by marking No. 46: Steve Biko as Want to Read . Hilda Bernstein (May 15, 1915 – September 8, 2006) was an author, artist, and an activist against apartheid and for women's rights.

Start by marking No. 46: Steve Biko as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. She was born Hilda Schwarz in London and emigrated to South Africa at the age of 18 years and became active in politics. She married fellow activist Lionel "Rusty" Bernstein in March 1941, and together they played prominent roles in the struggle to end Apartheid in So Hilda Bernstein (May 15, 1915 – September 8, 2006) was an author, artist, and an activist against apartheid and for women's rights.

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780904759211. Release Date: April 1978.

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Biko by Donald Woods New York and London, Paddington Press, 1978. London, Penguin Books, Pp. 410. £. 0 paperback.

Pp. viii + 216. 5. Biko by Donald Woods New York and London, Paddington Press, 1978. Pp. 288.

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Hilda Bernstein was an all-rounder - she could "talk the talk" (through her books and rousing oratory) and . Rusty worked as an architect, while Hilda launched a career as a graphic artist

Hilda Bernstein was an all-rounder - she could "talk the talk" (through her books and rousing oratory) and "walk the walk" (she was a founder, in 1956, of the non-racial Federation of South African Women; and had a conviction, in 1946, for involvement in a black mineworkers' strike). But alongside her feminism was a devotion to her home and her four children. Rusty worked as an architect, while Hilda launched a career as a graphic artist. She created book covers, and African National Congress and Anti-apartheid Movement posters and greeting cards, and combined that with shows of her etchings around the world.

Hilda Bernstein fled from their home as the police were on the way to. .

She wrote several books, including "The World That was Ours" which documented their flight from South Africa.