Chain of Fire by Beverley Naidoo
The South African government is forcing Naledi an the other villagers to move to a new location: a “homeland” of iron huts and barren soil. And it seems that no one is willing to resist.
No one, that is, except Naledi’s friend Taolo, whose family has often spoken out against apartheid. Taolo gives Naledi the strength to fight, and with his help, she and her schoolmates organize an anti-removal march through the village. But the right of free expression is not a liberty granted to the young protesters, and the police instigate a reign of terror on the villagers. Naledi and Taolo’s chain of fiery resistance cannot be broken, though. With each new crisis, it grows ever stronger and burns ever brighter.
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