January 16, 2022

38 thoughts on “Steve Biko speaks on The Black Consciousness Movement

  1. NOTICE: I'm moving my videos out of YouTube, as YouTube has become a criminally-censorious zionist shithole.
    I've deleted all my other YT videos, but I have left this one Steve Biko video up for you for the duration of this channel's existence.
    This whole channel will probably soon be deleted by YouTube.
    However, you can still see this same video in the following places:




  2. Steve Biko is turning in his grave. The ANC in itself has corrupted its purpose. Biko was not killed because he was a violent-racist threat, he was executed because he was free and that freedom was a threat. South Africa would be a different place-if Steve Biko had lived on.

  3. Black inequality has been a topic for decades yet nothing has materialized for a black man for the past 100 years.Steve Biko was right that political freedom is not freedom without economical freedom.

  4. I read his bio at 16 in 1978, and as a white kid from Kansas it opened my eyes that the story is so much bigger than 'Lincoln freed the slaves and equal rights were established in 1963.' Biko is a hugely influential hero to the cause of human rights and black lives.

  5. Despite the fact that I am not South African (I am Canadian by birth) but as Black person here in the wilderness of North America I could relate to what happened with South Africa institutional racism.

  6. I consider Steve Biko as the Malcolm X of South Africa with out going to some holy site in Middle East. I remember watching American movie about Steve Biko but was largely about white liberal (think was Donald Woods) who escaping South Africa.
    At least Woods was telling the world what going on but was really the Blacks our selves.

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