AUTHOR DONALD WOODS speaking on APARTHEID IN SOUTH AFRICA

by Black Students Organization, Coalition for a Free South Africa
October 1982
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Leaflet advertising a talk by Donald Wood on October 28 at Ferris Booth Hall, Columbia University. Woods, the South African author of “Biko” and “Asking for Trouble: Autobiography of a Banned Journalist,” first received international attention after his daring escape from South Africa in 1977. Woods had been "banned" and threatened with death by the South African government because of his vigorous criticisms of apartheid. Woods will speak about his experiences and what Americans can do to support South African liberation.

Used by permission of former members of the Coalition for a Free Southern Africa.
Collection: Private collection of Daniel Armstrong