South African writer and poet Antjie Krog explores democracy and change through a narrative about a common sporting event that gives voice to both white and black South Africans.
Read a selection of firsthand accounts describing the catastrophic period of inflation the Weimar Germany experienced after World War I.
Read a transcript of the press conference that took place ten days after Michael Brown’s death and several days after responsibility for security in Ferguson was transferred from local police to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Read the transcript of a video the South African government sent to American students as a way to convince the international community of the benefits of apartheid.
Marian Drew writes about the strides taken by South African members of the LGBTQ community in earning additional rights after their inclusion in the South African Constitution.
Confront South Africa’s ongoing housing crisis through the words of Shamiela Fataar, a homeless black South African single mother, and AbM, a grassroots organization working for housing rights.