Fall Programming - A Conversation with South African Anti-Apartheid Leader Eddie Daniels
Eddie Daniels was deeply involved in the struggle against apartheid in South Africa, joining the Armed Resistance Movement after police cracked down violently on a protest in 1960, killing dozens of peaceful protesters. He was later convicted of sabotage, and imprisoned on Robben Island with leading South African figures including Nelson
Mandela and Walter Sisulu. Daniels will share his experiences under apartheid and in prison, and discuss the interplay between race, color and politics in South Africa.
Bring a bag lunch and your questions!
Center for International Education
College of Letters and Science
Department of Africology
Department of French, Italian, and Comparative Literature
Department of History