Talk:Steve Biko

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The last quote in the un-sourced section doesn't seem to fit his writing. Particularly in "the quest for a True Humanity" which appears in "I write what I like" Stubbs (Ed.), he writes: "We must realise that prophetic cry of black students: "Black man you are on your own!"

Where did this final quote come from can we remove it?

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  • The power of a movement lies in the fact that it can indeed change the habits of people. This change is not the result of force but of dedication, of moral persuasion.
  • Blackman,you are on your own.
    • (Cry Freedom)