Amandla: A Teachers Guide to Accompany the Slide Show
by Kevin Danaher, Washington Office on Africa Educational Fund
with Edgar Lockwood
Washington, DC, United States
Washington Office on Africa Educational Fund
Contents: Introduction • Chapter One: The Imprisoned Society: An Overview • South Africa: Land of Inequity (Bantustans, Influx Control, Pass Laws, Government Repression) • Chapter Two: The Soweto Rebellion and Apartheid Schooling • Chapter Three: Early History • The Cape Colony: European Settlers • Encounter African Societies in the 17th Century • The European Conquest of Sotho and Nguni Land • The Birth of the ANC Opens a New Era • Industrialization • Foundations of Apartheid • Chapter Four: South Africa Since World War II • Constructing Apartheid • The African National Congress of South Africa • The Freedom Charter • The Treason Trial • The Pan Africanist Congress • The Sharpeville Massacre • Guerrilla Warfare • ANC and PAC Forced Into Exile • The Black Consciousness Movement • The Resurgence of Black Trade Unions • Chapter Five: United States Involvement • U.S. Policy: Growing Contradictions • Conclusion • Additional Resources
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the Africa Policy Information Center).