Making A Voice: African Resistance To Segregation In South Africa, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Making A Voice

African Resistance To Segregation In South Africa, 1st Edition

By Thandeka Joyce F. Kirk, Joyce F Kirk

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Since apartheid's dissolution in the early 1990s and its formal abolishment in April 1994, there has been increasing interest in the early history of African struggles against segregation and apartheid. This book focuses on the resistance to segregation in the eastern cape town of Port Elizabeth, long known for its tradition of political protest. J

Table of Contents

1 Introduction: Segregation, Labor, Ideology, and the Emergence of African Working and Middle Classes in Port Elizabeth, 2 Race, Class, Segregation, and the 1883 Struggle Over the Removal of the "Native" Strangers' Location, 3 Negotiating Segregation, Political Representation, and African Rights to Land, 4 African Americans, Black South Africans, and the Economics of Pan-Africanism, 5 Public Health, African Women, and the 1901 Black General Workers' Strike, 6 Urban Locations, Political Power, and the "Native" Free State at Korsten, 7 New Brighton, African Protest, and the Evolution of Residential Segregation, 8 Conclusion

About the Authors

Joyce F. Kirk is Associate Professor of Africology at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Thandeka Joyce F. Kirk.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL053000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / World / African
SOC000000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / General
SOC053000
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Regional Studies