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Echoes of Justice: Apartheid-Era Scholarly Primary Sources Preserving the Call for Fairness


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Question: Give me examples of pictures of written primary sources that were published by scholars during the apartheid era, that link to the value of justice and fairness.

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As an AI text-based system, I can't provide images or pictures but I can suggest a few examples of primary sources written during the apartheid era that have been published by scholars and relate to the values of justice and fairness. While the hard copies and images of these texts might need to be found in a library or an academic database, a few examples include: 1. "South Africa: The Cordoned Heart" - This was a photographic book published in 1986 during apartheid that highlighted the injustices and unfair circumstances under apartheid rule. It was edited by Omar Badsha, who was an anti-apartheid activist. 2. Nelson Mandela's letters and speeches: As one of the prominent figures fighting against apartheid, Mandela’s letters and speeches are an incredible primary source from this time period. Many of his writings were published by scholars and revolve around the values of justice and fairness. 3. "It Is No More a Cry" by Njabulo Ndebele - This collection of poems and essays speaks on the apartheid experience. 4. Black Consciousness Movement Writings: Many writings and speeches fueled by Steve Biko and other Black Consciousness leaders. They protested against the injustices done to the black majority in South Africa. 5. The Rivonia Trial Transcripts: This was the trial at which Nelson Mandela and other activists were sentenced to life imprisonment. These transcripts reveal great injustices and are an appeal for fairness and justice. Primary sources such as these can provide powerful and authentic insights into the realities of life during apartheid, and their collective message heavily emphasizes the universal values of justice and fairness.

Answered by gpt-4

April 15, 2024, 5:12 a.m.

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Published: Monday, April 15, 2024

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