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Donald James Woods, CBE (15 December 1933 – 19 August 2001) was a South African journalist and anti-apartheid activist. As editor of the Daily Dispatch, he was known for befriending fellow activist Steve Biko, who died in police custody after being detained by the South African government. Woods continued his campaign against apartheid in London, and in 1978 became the first private citizen to address the United Nations Security Council.

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  • Donald James Woods, CBE (15 December 1933 – 19 August 2001) was a South African journalist and anti-apartheid activist. As editor of the Daily Dispatch, he was known for befriending fellow activist Steve Biko, who died in police custody after being detained by the South African government. Woods continued his campaign against apartheid in London, and in 1978 became the first private citizen to address the United Nations Security Council.
  • Donald Woods, CBE (* 15. Dezember 1933 in Hobeni, Transkei, Südafrika; † 19. August 2001 in London) war ein südafrikanischer Journalist und Aktivist.
  • ドナルド・ウッズ(Donald James Woods, CBE、1933年12月15日 - 2001年8月19日)は、南アフリカ共和国のジャーナリスト。イギリス系白人。
  • Donald James Woods (Hobeni (Mbhashe), 15 december 1933 – Londen, 19 augustus 2001) was een Zuid-Afrikaans journalist en anti-apartheids activist. Hij is vooral bekend vanwege zijn vriendschap met de in 1977 in gevangenschap omgekomen activist Steve Biko, over wie hij het boek Biko schreef. Op dit boek en op Woods' autobiografie Asking for Trouble is de film Cry Freedom van Richard Attenborough gebaseerd.
  • Donald Woods (né le 15 décembre 1933 à Transkei, mort le 19 août 2001 à Londres) fut un journaliste sud-africain blanc, éditeur du journal Daily Dispatch. Il devint célèbre pour ses idées libérales et son soutien apporté à la lutte anti-apartheid notamment par le biais de l'activiste Steve Biko. Il fut également le héros du film Cry Freedom qui relate en partie sa rencontre et sa relation avec Biko, mais aussi l’évolution de son point de vue sur le discours de celui-ci ainsi que la disparition de l’activiste.
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