Quote; "The Death of Stephen BikoOn 12 September 1977, Stephen Bantu Biko died in a prison cell in Pretoria. The announcement of Biko's death by the South African government the next day sparked international and national protest. Steve Biko was not the only person to die in detention at the hands of the South African security police; yet, because of Biko's prominence as a charismatic leader of the Black Consciousness Movement, his case captured the attention of many South Africans and people throughout the world.
Biko's death in detention illustrates the brutality of the security police during apartheid and the state's hand in covering up torture and abuse of political detainees. Biko's case also demonstrates the collaboration of non-governmental institutions with apartheid and, furthermore, that not all South Africans accepted or were satisfied with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission process.
In August 1977, Biko and his associate, Peter Jones, drove to Cape Town (violating Biko's banning order)".... Go to: http://overcomingapartheid.msu.edu/sidebar.php?id=65-258-4
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"..and for all those jailed in their own homes!"