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  • Author:
    Mary Benson,Anne Benjamin,Winnie Mandela
  • ISBN:
    0393302903
  • ISBN13:
    978-0393302905
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  • Publisher:
    W. W. Norton & Company (November 17, 1985)
  • Pages:
    168 pages
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    Politics & Government
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Winnie Mandela, one of South Africa's most visible and articulate apartheid foes, spent many years as a banned person in her own country

Winnie Mandela, one of South Africa's most visible and articulate apartheid foes, spent many years as a banned person in her own country. She lived under virtual house arrest and was forbidden to address public gatherings or meet with more than one person at a time. She endured a forced separation of 27 years from her husband.

A part of her soul went with him. But Winnie also makes it clear that she is her own person, with her own opinion and . I read this book years ago and up until this day remember the effect that Winnie Mandela's struggle had on me as a woman

A part of her soul went with him. But Winnie also makes it clear that she is her own person, with her own opinion and ideals. The public might see her only as Nelson’s wife but that isn’t enough for her, she knows she is more than that. I read this book years ago and up until this day remember the effect that Winnie Mandela's struggle had on me as a woman. Winnie throughout this book is described and distinguished as a woman of exceptional leadership who worked hard to keep the movement going. This story epitomizes her strength through adversity. I can now say Winnie represents a big part of the movement. Her service has benefited so many people.

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Winnie Mandela, one of South Africa's most visible and articulate apartheid foes, spent many years as a "banned" person in her own country

Winnie Mandela, one of South Africa's most visible and articulate apartheid foes, spent many years as a "banned" person in her own country. She endured a forced separation of 27 years from her husband, Nelson Mandela. Here, in interviews and letters, she tells the story of her life and political development.

Larger softcover, front wrapper and spine has b/w photo of Winnie Mandela on front right, light crease at bottom front right near tip, light scratch at top of front wrapper. 164 lightly browned pages.

Author of Part of my soul went with him, Une part de mon âme, Ein Stueck Meiner Seele Ging Mit Ihm, Winnie Mandela.

There is no other way. - Winnie Mandela.

I was even apprehensive of picking it up since I don’t like reading in German but my mom convinced me that we couldn’t pass up a deal as good as this, and she got it for me in the end, bless her! You can be humiliated and endure it to a point. There is no other way. BLACK WRITERS MATTER: Winnie Mandela (Part of My Soul Went with Him).

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Winnie Mandela, one of South Africa's most visible and articulate apartheid foes, spent many years as a banned person in. .I bought and read this book after reading this being referenced in Angela Davis' Women, Culture Politics

Winnie Mandela, one of South Africa's most visible and articulate apartheid foes, spent many years as a banned person in her own country. I bought and read this book after reading this being referenced in Angela Davis' Women, Culture Politics. This was a great memoir of excerpts that tell the story of Winnie Mandela. I learned a lot from this book!

Winnie Mandela, Anne Benjamin, Mary Benson. Winnie Mandela, one of South Africa's most visible and articulate apartheid foes, spent many years as a "banned" person in her own country.

Winnie Mandela, Anne Benjamin, Mary Benson. ISBN-13:978-0393302905.

Winnie Mandela, one of South Africa's most visible and articulate apartheid foes, spent many years as a "banned" person in her own country. She lived under virtual house arrest and was forbidden to address public gatherings or meet with more than one person at a time. She endured a forced separation of 27 years from her husband, Nelson Mandela. Here, in interviews and letters, she tells the story of her life and political development.


Adrierdin
Great reading.
Eigeni
Moving and insightful
felt boot
This book gave me a deep insight into the life of Mama Winnie Mandela, Such a captivating book, just couldn't put it down
Juce
Great book. Everyone should read it.
Asher
This is an amazing book!
bass
I learned more about Africa and the struggle of blacks revolting for freedom as the white African people celebrated. I didn't realize civil rights was won over in the 60's in the USA but it was years later for African nations. When I hear or observe black Americans complain not being treated right, I feel everyone needs to stand back, read how suppressed other people are in other countries, and thank God how all of us are in the USA!
Manona
What most people forget - South African as well as most foreigners (where the ongoing story about Nelson Mandela often graced the media) - we back home lived in a "White-Out" world of severe censorship. However - it has always been the women - mothers, wivers, daughters ... family members who were often denied any news about their activist menfolk. Not only this - but many of our women "the silent" numbers of the liberation struggle - who were overlooked for playing their role as steadfast revolutionaries.

The Woman's March in 1956 should have lain bare the undying commitment of the role of our women in The Struggle. Without their undying support - many of the detained, imprisoned menfolk would hardly have survived. And yet - these self-same women were made to bear the brunt of suppression by the fascist Neo-Nazi type oppressors. This is where our Nomzamo 'Winnie' Madikizela Mandela was most visible - for enduring constant arrests, interrogations, bannings and being forcibly removed from her small children. The experienced extreme hardship in the battle of keeping their families intact.

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