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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Oliver D'Amore on Saturday September 26, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to GHIST 150 at James Madison University taught by Steven Reich in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 38 views. For similar materials see /class/214084/ghist-150-james-madison-university in OTHER at James Madison University.




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Date Created: 09/26/15
Steve Biko lWrite What I Like Frank TalkSteve Biko Chapter 5 Black Souls in White Skins Whites of South Africa are in higher seats than they deserve and they know it They are hoping for the blacks to go off and start their own government will be free when they run own affairs in own areas Liberals or lefties feel the same oppression as blacks blacks in white skin These white liberals always knew what was best for the blacks and they believed it until the 1950s They want problems solved bilaterally multiracial groups and nonracial groups as each side Nonraclal want complete integration so they can be the ones talking while the blacks just listen lt s artificial It s called quothastily arranged integration Almost always unproductive Lack of common ground makes it still segregated in integration True Integration to Biko is a complete mutual understanding of each group with no thwarting or encroaching of each other s existence Blko believes that the whites while trying to look like they are helping the blacks are only helping themselves foremost Trying for integration is a false hope Tea parties to allwhite locations According to quotmetaphysical guilt white racism happens because they are indifferent to suffering and cruelty Chapter 6 We Blacks Blko grew up in a structured institutionalized development apartheid Black consciousness knowing basics before setting up a remedy Many organizations have diagnosed the problem incorrectly An inward looking process that needs to start out with gain ofpride and dignity of black self This also seeks to show blacks the value of their own standards and outlooks and it also shows to not be tricked by the White man Want to make the messages in the Bible relevant to struggling masses quotMaterial want is bad enough but coupled with spiritual poverty it kills Blacks are dehumanized due to apartheid Thinks white man of his time had loss of manhood because they were used to being oppressed and listening to the white man Black man is upset when alone but shows contentment when in front of master Black children learn in school to hate their heritage because Africa is the quotdark continent covered with tribes and superstition A people without a positive history is like a vehicle without an engine You cannot just start a revolution song You have to build it with people and the songs will then follow Chapter 8 Some African Culture Concepts Blko mentions how it is difficult to talk to any authority about African Culture All started in 1652 when AngloBoers and Africans merged but AngleBoers became more dominant


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