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Interviewing Swedish authors Margarite Ekstrom and Per Wastberg while Studs was in Sweden.
South African Catholic priest Father Basil van Rensburg and Peter Walshe discuss their fights against apartheid. Rensburg pursued his fight through a hunger strike, and Walshe discusses the government's stance on apartheid and religion.
Program includes an excerpt of a 1963 interview with Chief Albert Luthuli, President-General of the African National Congress and winner of the 1960 Nobel Peace Prize.
Civil rights activist, lawyer, and professor Derrick Bell discusses his latest work and protest against Harvard University due to their lack of diverse hiring in academics. Bell is known for his work on the concept of critical race theory and his relentless pursuit of fair treatment for his colleagues.
Judith Todd, daughter of prime minister of Rhodesia, discusses the book "Right to say no"; Dennis Brutus, poet and involved in protest of Rhodesia taking part in 1972 Olympics, and John Fry pastor First Presbyterian Church and social writer, race, South Africa, and Rhodesia. Excerpt from interview of people in South Africa - a guide, an Afrikaner, and a Chicago policeman regarding race (1895817-6-1 South African Tapes). The three were brought together to have a round table discussion about race relations in South Africa.
Actors Lionel Smith and Meshach Taylor along with director Gregory Mosher talk about the play they are performing at the Goodman Theater, "Sizwe Bansi is Dead", as well as South African apartheid which serves as the backdrop for the play.