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Steven Biko

Biography of Steven Biko
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Ashley Moody

on 10 February 2011

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Steven Biko was born in King William's Town, Cape Province on December 18, 1946. His father M. Biko died when Steven was only four years old ("Biko, Steve (1946-1977)"). Steven Biko founded the SASO, the South African Student's Organization, in 1969. He helped to found the BPC, Black Peoples Convention in 1972. He was later restricted to his Home in King William's Town by the South African government (Husbands). 4. Biko received a primary and secondary education from local schools before he began attending Lovedale Institution. After being expelled from Lovedale, he was transferred to a High School in Natal Province. He was accepted into the University of Natal's medical program in 1965("Biko, Steve (1946-1977)"). http://www.durec.org.uk/_/rsrc/1264439531166/location/Map%20of%20sa.png?height=260&width=400 (The University of Natal) http://international.uiowa.edu/study-abroad/programs/images/South%20Africa-PC-University%20of%20Natal-2%20main%20bldgs%20685.jpg http://www.ethiosun.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/steve_biko.jpg Biko married Ntsiki Mashalaba in 1970. Together they had two sons, Nkosinati and Somora. During this time Biko was very involved in the political issues of South Africa, he became a political spokesperson("Biko, Steve (1946-1977)"). http://0.tqn.com/d/africanhistory/1/0/4/O/Biko-Family-Defiant-300px.jpg Steven Biko died on September 12, 1977 at a prison hospital. He had developed immense brain damamge from a police interrogation where the police beat and abused him. Showing signs of brain damage, but receiving no medical treatment he was driven to a prison hospital where he shortly died("Biko, Steve (1946-1977)"). "Biko, Steve (1946-1977)." UXL Biographies. Online ed. Detroit: UXL, 2003. Junior Reference Collection. Web. 10 Feb. 2011. Steven Biko: Aparthied Hero "Biko, Steve (1946-1977)." UXL Biographies. Online ed. Detroit: UXL, 2003. Junior Reference Collection. Web. 10 Feb. 2011.
Husbands, Ajani. "Steve Biko Biography." Global Perspectives on Human Language: The South African Context . N.p., Sept. 19, 2004 . Web. 1 Feb 2011. <http://www.stanford.edu/~jbaugh/saw/Ajani_Biko.html>. "Biko, Steve (1946-1977)." UXL Biographies. Online ed. Detroit: UXL, 2003. Junior Reference Collection. Web. 10 Feb. 2011. "Biko, Steve (1946-1977)." UXL Biographies. Online ed. Detroit: UXL, 2003. Junior Reference Collection. Web. 10 Feb. 2011. http://asubtleknife.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/biko.jpg http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_zTNrYlWUrHs/TJ1x8ccWD_I/AAAAAAAAACQ/-rwlNW-RVRE/s1600/81-Biko.jpg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vNL8hktMrU
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