Books and monographs
Mandela’s Children: Growing Up in Post-Apartheid South Africa
By Oscar A. Barbarin & Linda M. Richter
The gap between the hope for improved social conditions in post-apartheid South Africa and the grim reality of black life there is especially striking for South African children, who face serious threats to their health and development as a consequence of poverty, racism, violence, and social inequality. Mandela’s Children presents the contrasting conditions of “hope and peril” that characterize life in South African families, schools, and communities.
Published July 19, 2001 by Routledge