Quiet Moments in the Struggle combines images and text to portray the life of a writer and documentary photographer in South Africa during the 1980s. The narrative weaves reportage with personal memoir and presents the human face of dispossessed rural people, industrial workers and women workers; as well as white South Africans preparing themselves for radical political change.
The photographs are an integral part of the story telling and portray an intimate picture of South African communities in the late 1970s, and 1980s. Published as an e-book on Blurb in 2019.
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60 pages of text and 100 black and white photographs available at Blurb.
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