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I Write What I Like

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I Write What I Like

I Write What I Like (full name I Write What I Like: Selected Writings by Steve Biko) is a compilation of writings from anti-apartheid activist Steve Biko.

I Write What I Like contains a selection of Biko's writings from 1969, when he became the president of the Frank Talk.[1]

I Write What I Like reflects Biko's conviction that black people in South Africa could not be liberated until they united to break their chains of servitude, a key tenet of the Black Consciousness Movement that he helped found.

The collection was edited by Aelred Stubbs. The book includes a preface by Archbishop Desmond Tutu; an introduction by Malusi and Thoko Mpumlwana, who were both involved with Biko in the Black Consciousness Movement; a memoir of Biko by Father Aelred Stubbs, his longtime pastor and friend; and a new foreword by Professor Lewis Gordon.[2]

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  1. ^ Steve Biko (1987). I Write What I Like. Heinemann. p. 19.  
  2. ^ The introduction is online at the Abahlali baseMjondolo website
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