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Oral History: Ayesha Bayat

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Oral history interview between Ayesha Bayat and Nasreen Manjoo.

The focus of this interview is Bayat's attendance at Chief Luthuli's funeral and the atmosphere of that day. She also speaks of her family's move to Stanger and her experience living there as a teenage Muslim girl. Although she never met Chief Luthuli, she gives insights into his popularity and reputation within the Stanger community and the suspicion that surrounded his death.

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  • Object Name: Oral History
  • Object ID: LutMus2011.01.003.01
  • Creator: Luthuli Museum
  • Date: 16-Nov-06
  • Description: Oral history interview between Ayesha Bayat and Nasreen Manjoo. The focus of this interview is Bayat's attendance at Chief Luthuli's funeral and the atmosphere of that day. She also speaks of her family's move to Stanger and her experience living there as a teenage Muslim girl. Although she never met Chief Luthuli, she gives insights into his popularity and reputation within the Stanger community and the suspicion that surrounded his death.
  • People: Luthuli, Chief Albert; Bayat, Ayesha
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