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Title:The Student Revolt against Racism in South Africa
Author:Morlan, Gail
Year:1970
Periodical:Africa Today
Volume:17
Issue:3
Period:May-June
Pages:12-20
Language:English
Geographic term:South Africa
Subjects:students
rebellions
apartheid
Ethnic and Race Relations
Education and Oral Traditions
Politics and Government
External link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/4185088
Abstract:After explanation of the context in which student activity and student protest in South Africa must be understood the organizations through which they work are studied. A special look is given to student protest at Fort Mare University College and, briefly, at the University College of the North. A second movement surveyed is the University Christian Movement. Sections: The National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) - Segregation in South African Universities - Arrests and imprisonment of NUSAS leaders - Security Branch harassment - Bannings - The Ian Robertson case - Hoffenberg and Sprack - The Mafeje affair - Summary - African 'Universities' and the University Christian Movement - The Fort Hare situation - The University College or the North - The University Christian Movement (UCM) - Conclusion. Notes.
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