MAPPING MY WAY HOME, activism, nostalgia, and the downfall of apartheid in South Africa

: Urdang (S.)

R 300.00
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304pp., illus., paperback, New York, 2017


Memoir by journalist and researcher Stephanie Urdang. Born in Cape Town, she left apartheid South Africa in 1967 aged 23, settled in the United States and became active in the anti-apartheid and solidarity movements. She has worked as a gender specialist and advisor on Gender HIV/AIDS for the United Nations. She is the author of "And Still They Dance: women, war, and the struggle for change in Mozambique".