Allan Boesak

Allan Aubrey Boesak (born 23 February 1946) is a South African Dutch Reformed Church cleric and politician and anti-apartheid activist. He was sentenced to prison for fraud in 1999 but was subsequently granted an official pardon and reinstated as a cleric in late 2004. Along with Beyers Naudé and Winnie Mandela, Boesak won the 1985 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award given annually by the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights to an individual or group whose courageous activism is at the heart of the human rights movement and in the spirit of Robert F. Kennedy's vision …

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[No Data Supplied ] South Africa Nelson Mandela Allan Boesak


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[No data supplied] Namibia Khomasdal 1989/11/05 Allan Boesak at rally


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Front (UDF) South Africa Westen Cape UDF 4th anniversary University of the Western Cape (UWC) Allan Boesak 1987/08/23


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[No Data Supplied ] South Africa Strand Beach protest Allan Boesak (centre, stripped shirt, glasses) 1989/09/30


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[No data supplied] South Africa Western Cape Cape Town strand Beach protest Allan Boesak (centre, striped jersey) 1989/09/30


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[No data supplied] South Africa Defiance campaign Restrictees service Allan Boesak, Desmond Tutu 1989/08


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supplied] South Africa Cape Town St George's Cahtedral Prayer service for detainees 1987/04/18 Allan Boesak


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Town as part of the election campaign for the first democratic election in South Africa.1994. Allan Boesak from the UDF, united democratic front stands next to him.


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South Africa Defiance campaign British envoy Allan Boesak, British envoy, Archbishop Desmond Tutu 1989/09/06


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Town as part of the election campaign for the first democratic election in South Africa.1994. Allan Boesak from the UDF, united democratic front stands next to him.


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