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😭STOP WOMEN ABUSE😭 Sep 12
They had to kill him cause he looked straight into their eyes and said "I don't bend when I don't have to".."I dont scratch where it doesn't itch" They had to kill him cause he was no "yes man"..They had to kill him cause he was not prepared to sell out SonOfTheSoil
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Born in Azania Sep 11
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Sphamandla Nene Sep 11
We remember one of the best leaders . He didn't sell his soul.
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Eyewitness News Sep 12
EFF reiterates call for East London Airport to be renamed after
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EFF Soweto Sep 12
"It is better to die for an idea that will live that to live for an idea that will die" .
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SAfm news Sep 11
Replying to @SAfmnews
Instead of receiving medical attention, he was chained spread-eagled to a window grill for 24 hours. On September 11, he was dumped, naked and shackled, on the floor of a police vehicle and driven 740 miles to Pretoria Central Prison
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Portia Gumede Sep 11
Who has seen Cry Freedom film, starring Denzel as ?
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Tumi Sole Sep 11
We remember & we will never forget Rest in Power ✊🏾
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NelsonMandela Sep 11
On this day, 12 September 1977 we remember Steve Bantu Biko who died at the hands of apartheid state operatives
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BlackHistoryStudies Sep 11
41 years ago, died, naked on a mat on a stone floor in a prison cell at Pretoria prison, beaten by police. was 30 years old when he was murdered by white rule. He was still a youth who had his whole life ahead of him.
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Leanne Manas Sep 11
On this day 41 years ago died. 7 things you didn't know about the struggle icon via
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KatlehoMK 🇿🇦 Sep 12
I write what I like 📖 Chapter 6: We Blacks 🔊 Audio Book Masters South Africa Thread
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Katlego Maseng Sep 12
Here's what you need to know about the father of the Black Consciousness Movement, .
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#Artbyennock Sep 12
commemorative piece done with "It's Bette to die for an idea that will live, than to live for an idea that will die". My name is Ennock Mlangeni. YOU DON'T KNOW ME YET.
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Andzani Base Sep 12
Rest in power the Father of black consciousness
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KatlehoMK 🇿🇦 Sep 11
Long live the teachings, ideologies and philosophy of ✊🏾✊🏾✊🏾
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MorningLiveSABC Sep 11
Question of the day: As we commemorate 41 years since the death of Steve Biko, which of his teachings still remains relevant for you?
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AB Dacosta Sep 11
The spirit of will never die ✊🏾🇿🇦✊🏾 “I'm going to be me as I am, and you can beat me or jail me or even kill me, but I'm not going to be what you want me to be”
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cheryl roberts Sep 11
Steve Biko’s writings, black consciousness, thinking and activism against oppression scared the horrendous apartheid regime who killed this young black being. But Steve Biko’s black consciousness lives on in all of us against oppression and white supremacy. Remember
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SAfm news Sep 11
Today marks the 41st anniversary of the death of the Black Consciousness Movement leader . He died of severe head trauma on the stone floor of a prison cell in PTA. 6 days earlier, he had suffered a major blow to his skull during a police interrogation in PE
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