7 edition of My people, my Africa found in the catalog.
My people, my Africa
Credo Vusa"mazulu Mutwa
|Statement||[by] Credo Vusa"mazulu Mutwa.|
|LC Classifications||DT878.Z9 M8 1969b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 257 p.|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||70089304|
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My People, My Africa book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. I knew little about southern African history however after reading this version of My People, My Africa () I will read more on this magical group of people.
From this author I learned: That there were a group of people led by a philosopher who mutilated their 5/5(1). I knew little about southern African history however after reading this version of My People, My Africa () I will read more on this magical group of people.
From this author I learned: My Africa book there my Africa book a group of people led by a philosopher who mutilated their Cited by: 7. My people, My Africa is thus that rare thing: an African history and ethnography of southern Africa, from the ancient legends- how the white, Greek-like Na-Iti subjugated Africa thousands of years ago.
Credo Mutwa is a witchdoctor who gave up Christianity (his current ""faithless spouse"" did not) who contends that the black man knows nothing about the white man or for that matter little about his own heritage and here fulfills the ""Chief's Great Blood Oath"" to tell the truth about the Bantu people.
However difficult it may be to evaluate since at times he seems given to hyperbolic. MY PEOPLE, MY AFRICA. by Mutwa, Credo Vusa'mazulu. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at My People by Mutwa Credo - AbeBooks Passion for books.
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The discrepancies in education and the impact of this policy on Black people are at the centre of My children. My Africa!. The play is primarily concerned with the nature of so called „old style liberal education‟ during apartheid era in South Africa and its impact on all the three major Size: KB.
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Essays for My Children. My Africa. My Children. My Africa. essays are academic essays for citation. These papers were written primarily by students and provide critical analysis of My Children.
My Africa. by Athol Fugard. Education vs Violence in the Fight for Freedom; No Change Without Connection: Analyzing My Children. My Africa. My Children.
My Africa. by Athol Fugard Teacher Material by the vienna theatre project Page 2 of 16 February 1. About the author Harold Athol Lanigan Fugard was born in Middelburg, a remote village in South Africa, in He is white with English and Afrikaner parents. He File Size: KB.
In My children. My Africa!!(), Athol Fugard struggles by means of words to dismantle apartheid and establish a unified culture respected by everyone regardless of their color and ethnicity. It can be seen as recognition that apartheid’s days are numbered and a new generation of young people, black and white, stand on the threshold of future.
Description of the book "My Children. My Africa!": Full Length, Drama. Characters: 2 male, 1 female. Unit set. The great South African playwright confronts the tragedy of apartheid in his native land in this compelling tale about the efforts of a humble and humane black teacher in a segregated township to persuade just one young person that education, not violence, is the answer to PDF South.
My Africa. is a story about segregated education during apartheid. Apartheid was an era in South African history in which black and white South Africans were segregated by law.
These laws determined where people were allowed to live, their schools, who had access to public places, and more.Republic of South Africa. Drama / African. Drama / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh.
History / Africa / South / Republic of South. Full Length, Drama Characters: 2 male, 1 female Unit set. The great South African playwright confronts the tragedy of apartheid in his native land in this compelling tale about the efforts of a humble and humane black teacher in a segregated township to persuade just one young person that education, not violence, is the answer to South Africa's problems.
My Children. My Africa. is probably one of the best plays on the issue of the apartheid movement in South Africa during the mid-eighties (’s). The. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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Charles R. Smith, Jr. is an acclaimed poet and the Coretta Scott King Award-winning illustrator of My People, a picture book based on the poem by Langston is also the illustrator of If, the author and photographer of I Am the World, and he won the Coretta Scott King Author Honor for his book Twelve Rounds To grew up in California and attended the Brooks Institute of ed on: Janu.
Memorable quote from My Children! My Africa! spoken by Thami: “I don’t need to go to university to learn what my people really need is a strong double-dose of that traditional old Xhosa remedy called ‘Inkululeko.’ Freedom.” Product Details.
Best Books study work guide. Number of Pages. x 2/5(1).Please locate and read the entire play – the monologue below is merely a suggested one. An excerpt from: My Children! My Africa! by Athol Fugard THAMI: [Abandoning all attempts at speaks with the full authority of the anger inside him.] Stop, Isabel!There has been scant research done on her and presently the most notable source for information on her life comes from the writings of Vusa'mazulu Credo Mutwa.
Various renditions of his book have been published since the late 60's, including " My People, My Africa ", " Indaba My Children " and "Africa .