Education in Exile: SOMAFCO, the African National Congress School in Tanzania, 1978 to 1992
Charting the debates and difficulties surrounding the formation of the unique and self-reliant Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO), this study examines the curricula, philosophies, and experiences at this controversial institute. Describing student life, campus organizations, and political activities, the detailed research also follows the often-traumatized state of the exiled pupils.
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