Teaching Guide. By Bill Bigelow. 1985. 116 pages.
Lessons on apartheid in South Africa and the global anti-apartheid movement.
Strangers in Their Own Country, made available for download on the African Activist Archive website, presents the lives and struggles of the people of South Africa with stories, poems, role plays, news articles and historical readings. This is the first and still one of the best collections of readings and lessons for students on the history of apartheid.
ISBN: 0865430101 | Published by Africa World Press.
|African Activist Archive. In addition to the lessons above, the website provides extensive multimedia historical materials and interviews with activists in the U.S. movement in solidarity with struggles of African peoples against apartheid, colonialism, and injustice.|
|South African History Online: toward a people’s history. SAHO’s mission is “to break the silence of our past and to create the most comprehensive online encyclopedia of South African history and culture. SAHO has committed itself to involve heritage and academic institutions as well as ordinary South Africans in rewriting our history and in that way contributing to reconciliation, the building of a common humanity and a non-racial, non-sexist, and democratic society.”|
|Africa Access provides an online database with critical reviews of children’s books to help teachers, librarians, and parents select titles that do not reinforce stereotypes about Africa.|