Quotation by Helen Joseph

I ... don't doubt for a moment that the revolution will result in a nonracial society. I have just come from being a patient in Groote Schuur Hospital where they now have integrated wards. For the first time in my life, I have seen it working. The patients were mixed, the staff was mixed, and the medical officers were mixed; it was totally integrated. It was beautiful. White and black together. And it works. To me that is terribly exciting.
Helen Joseph (b. 1905), White South African anti‚Äďapartheid activist; born in England. As quoted in Lives of Courage, ch. 15, by Diana E. H. Russell (1989).

Said in a 1987 interview. Joseph was the first person in South Africa to be subjected to house arrest.
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