“Bite Not One Another”: Selected Accounts of Nonviolent Struggle in Africa
“Bi Nka Bi” (bite not one another), the Adinkra symbol for harmony and an emblem of peace, is signified by an image of two fish biting each other’s tails. “Bite Not One Another”: Selected Accounts of Nonviolent Struggle in Africa chronicles events and activities from sub-Saharan Africa, highlighting colonial era nonviolent struggles that resulted in independence and contemporary collective action to secure human rights and social justice. Written by a young lecturer from Sierra Leone, it also features examples of African women’s ongoing nonviolent activism.
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University for Peace, Africa Programme, 2006
Part of the series “Nonviolent Transformation of Conflict — Africa”
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Series Editor: Mary E. King
Printed in Switzerland