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Reactions to Tyranny: the Black Artist in South Africa
Date
19uu
Main contributor
Brutus, Dennis, 1924-2009
Summary
In South Africa, the black artist has attempted to express the anguish and suffering of his people. Most of his work is banned in South Africa and often he has been forced into exile. His writing is powerful and poignant, and accurately portrays the black man's life in South Africa today. Readers: Dennis Brutus, Dolores Hayden, Jeannie McCormick, Frederick Wranovics, Diana Ekman, and Stephen Schwartz. Production by Ron Richards
Subject
Art, African
Location
Africa
Collection
Herskovits Library of African Studies Audio Collection
Unit
Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies
Language
English
Terms of Use
The audio recordings on this web site are from material in the collections of the Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies of Northwestern University Libraries, are provided for use by its students, faculty and staff, and by other researchers visiting this site, for research consultation and scholarly purposes only. Further distribution and/or any commercial use of the audio recordings from this site is not permitted. Please contact africana@northwestern.edu with questions. COPYRIGHT UNDETERMINED