The Peoples of South Africa (c.1951)


Title: The Peoples of South Africa. A pictorial survey.
Photographer(s):  Unknown
Designer(s): State Information Office
Writer(s): Unknown
Publisher: State Information Office, Pretoria c.1951
Language: English
Pages: 74
Dimensions: 24 x 30 cm
Country: South Africa

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  1. The conference became an important catalyst in the debate about democratizing culture, freeing it from that of the Apartheid state, fighting against censorship and repression, enforcing the cultural boycott and culture and its role in advancing the struggle against white minority state. The term Cultural worker was now adopted. The German photographer, Tim Besserer, attends the Botswana Culture and Resistance Conference and  Festival and makes contact with photographers and writers for an exhibition and book on South Africa that he was curating.

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