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Oberlin-Inanda : the life and times of John L. Dube

Author: Cheick Mahamadou Chérif Keïta; Paul Hager; Ngangura Mweze.; Mogoya Productions (Firm); Film Resource Unit.
Publisher: Johannesburg : Film Resource Unit, 2004.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Features the life and work of John Langalibalele Dube (1871-1946) pioneer educator, journalist, musician, churchman and politician who co-founded the African National Congress in 1912 and served as its first President until 1917. Oberlin-Inanda connects Dube's American education with his struggle for political and economic independence and celebrates his enduring legacy in today's democratic South Africa"--Case.
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Named Person: John Langalibalele Dube
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Cheick Mahamadou Chérif Keïta; Paul Hager; Ngangura Mweze.; Mogoya Productions (Firm); Film Resource Unit.
OCLC Number: 70065824
Credits: Photography, Ntokozo Madlala ... [et al.] ; editing, Aleshia Mueller ; music, Reuben T. Caluza ... [et al.] ; research, Chérif Keïta ... [et al.].
Description: 1videodisc (55 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: Life and times of John L. Dube
Responsibility: Mogoya Productions presents a Chérif Keïta production ; director, Chérif Keïta ; written by Chérif Keïta in collaboration with Paul Hager and Mweze Ngangura ; produced by Chérif Keïta and Mogoya Productions.

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"Features the life and work of John Langalibalele Dube (1871-1946) pioneer educator, journalist, musician, churchman and politician who co-founded the African National Congress in 1912 and served as its first President until 1917. Oberlin-Inanda connects Dube's American education with his struggle for political and economic independence and celebrates his enduring legacy in today's democratic South Africa"--Case.

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