Steven Biko's family wants justice

Sinclair, Abiola
July 1995
New York Amsterdam News;7/8/95, Vol. 86 Issue 27, p26
Reports on the demand for justice by the next of kin of Steven Biko, the slain South African civil rights leader. Focus on the Apartheid atrocities committed in that country and feelings of Black South Africans towards President Nelson Mandela.


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