Cry Freedom: Apartheid & the Tragedy of South Africa
This event was part of the university’s “International Week '88.”
Journalist, author, and anti-apartheid activist Donald Woods, a fifth-generation South African, was the featured speaker at a George Washington University discussion on the film, Cry Freedom: Apartheid and the Tragedy of South Africa. The film is based on two of Mr. Woods' books, his autobiography Asking for Trouble, and Biko, on the murder of Steve Biko.
This event was part of the university’s “International Week '88.” close
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Maurice East Dean George Washington University->Elliott School of International Affairs
Gustave Matheus President George Washington University->Omni Society
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Donald Woods Journalist and Author
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