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If you wanna know the side of Biko they tried to hide start here.

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The book paints a vivid scenery of the evils and iniquity of the apartheid movement yet simultaneously, on the same vein, it illuminates and articulates the courage and bravery in fighting such systems to which most of today's south African youth enjoy the fruits of!

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I think Steve Biko was one of the most influential African writers i have ever come across in my readings....... Great enthusiasm, blended with courage and admiration! No wonder i have his face in my room.............

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I was born at the edge of apartheid and started witnessing his work at the late stage, I salute your brave heart, indeed your effords were calculated and I wish u we're here to say more, because our freedom is lacking transformation. I remain to be tshepiso tumelo monese

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BIKO IS SUCH AN INSPIRATION TO ALL COMRADES OUT THERE ESPECIALLY THE YOUTH OF TODAY.WE SHOULD SOMEHOW GIVE HIM CREDIT FOR HIS DETERMINATION AND PERSVERENCE.AS A HISTORY STUDENT IN GRADE 12 I NOW REALISE THE KIND OF INTIMIDATION HE HAD TO GO THROUGH IN HIS POLITICAL LIFE,THAT HAS GIVEN ME THE POWER TO GO FOWARD AND STUDY MORE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORY WHEN I GET TO UNIVERSITY.MY FAVOURITE QUOTE IS "MAN YOU ARE OKAY AS YOU ARE,BEGIN TO LOOK UPON YOURSELF AS A HUMAN BEING".THIS BOOK IS SUCH AN INSPIRATION. 

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A brilliant insight to the man - a visionary - a leader - my leader!

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