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us: Luthuli, A. J. (Albert John), 1898-1967

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  • Fuller Name

    • Albert John
  • Variants

    • us: Luthuli, Albert John, 1898-1967
    • us: Lutuli, A. J. (Albert John), 1898-1967
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

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    • Gender

    • Associated Language

    • Birth Place

    • Death Place

        South Africa
    • Associated Locale

        South Africa
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Adams College (Amanzimtoti, South Africa)
    • Organization

        Adams College (Amanzimtoti, South Africa)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: African National Congress
    • Organization

        African National Congress
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Pan Africanist Congress
    • Organization

        Pan Africanist Congress
  • Earlier Established Forms

      Luthuli, Albert John, 1898-1967Luthuli, Albert John,1898-1967
  • Sources

    • found: nuc88-109485: His Portrait of Chief Lutuli, 1982 (hdg. on CSt rept.: Luthuli, Albert John, 1898-1967)
    • found: LC data base, 9/25/89 (hdg.: Luthuli, Albert John, 1898-1967; no usage)
    • found: nuc87-46241: His The speeches of Albert J. Luthuli, 1982 (usage on CU rept.: Albert J. Luthuli)
    • found: LCCN 64-7188: Africa's freedom, 1964 (hdg.: Luthuli, Albert John, 1898- ; usage: A.J. Luthuli)
    • found: Dictionary of African Biography, accessed March, 3, 2015, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Luthuli, Albert John Mvumbi; educator, Nobel Prize winner, political figure, Antiapartheid activist; born 1898 in Zimbabwe; was teacher at the Adams College; received chieftainship of Umvoti Mission Reserve (1936); joined the African National Congress (ANC) Natal chapter, Natal Executive Committee (1945); became president of ANC Natal chapter (1951) and later president-general of ANC; envisioned South Africa to be nonracial, governed by majority; struggled against different acts, especially the Native Resettlement Act; opposed violence; ANC leaders were arrested in December 1956; Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) was formed in 1958; was awarded the 1960 Nobel Peace Prize; one of the most influential Africans in South Africa; nearly deaf, he was killed by freight train while crossing railroad trestle on his farm on 21 July 1967 in South Africa)
  • Editorial Notes

    • ["Lutuli" in NUC record's usage per CSt rept.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1989-09-25: new
    • 2015-04-26: revised
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