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Oral History: B K Dludla (Part II)

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Part II of Interview with Pastor B K Dludla, conducted at the Luthuli Museum. Dludla discusses current inequality of South African society and remembers John Reuling's commitment to empowering indigenous leaders. He also reflects on his and Luthuli's trips to the USA and his experiences there. His final anecdote concerns a meeting with Botha and De Klerk where he demanded Mandela's release from prison as well as other wishes of the Church. Couper also extols benefits of storing archival documents at Luthuli Museum for long-term preservation.

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  • Object Name: Oral History
  • Object ID: LutMus2011.01.002.01
  • Creator: Luthuli Museum
  • Date: 22-Sep-06
  • Description: Part II of Interview with pastor B K Dludla at Luthuli Museum. Dludla discusses current inequality of South African society and remembers John Reuling's commitment to empowering indigenous leaders. He also reflects on his and Luthuli's trips to the USA and his experiences there. His final anecdote concerns a meeting with Botha and De Klerk where he demanded Mandela's release from prison as well as other wishes of the Church. Couper also extols benefits of storing archival documents at Luthuli Museum for long-term preservation.
  • People: Booth, William; Reuling, John; Dludla, B K; Couper, Scott; Cele, Mwelela; Luthuli, Chief Albert; Luthuli, Nokukhanya; Botha, Pik; De Klerk, F W; (Tutu, Archibishop Desmond)
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