Helen Suzman: Fighter for Human Rights
On exhibit in the Katz Snyder Gallery
May – August
Helen Suzman was one of South Africa’s most vociferous
and energetic opponents of apartheid. She takes pride
of place among those liberals who devoted their lives to
the fight for human rights and the rule of law in South
Africa. Twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, her
valiant stand against the injustices of the apartheid
regime was acknowledged by numerous institutions.
From the start of a political career that spanned four
decades, she worked tirelessly, never flinching from
challenging the pernicious system created by apartheid.
Click here for the Helen Suzman Gallery Guide.
Gallery Event & Lecture With Stephen Suzman
Stephen Suzman will share reminiscences of his aunt’s extraordinary life and work and review her legacy in current day South Africa through the lens of the Helen Suzman Foundation.
Tuesday, May 7, 7:00 pm
FREE! Advance reservations required.
Call 415.292.1233 or email Arts@jccsf.org
This exhibition was developed by the Isaac and Jessie Kaplan Centre for Jewish Studies and Research at the University of Cape Town under the direction and co-ordination of Prof Milton Shain. Millie Pimstone: Concept, Research and Text Linda Bester: Exhibition Design and Digital Artwork
Our grateful thanks to the generous donors who made the San Francisco presentation of this exhibition possible: Eric Hassall, Judith Bloom, Law Offices of Kaplan & MacLellan, Jay Levy, Craig Roberts and Ruth Suzman.