“Young Professionals Stifled in Botswana"
The Christian Science Monitor, Monday, April 22, 1991, pp. 12–13
Examines the current situation in Botswana where many of the nation’s best-educated young professionals find themselves shut out of positions of leadership.
“S. Africa Invests in Its Poorest Poor”
The Christian Science Monitor, Tuesday, July 16, 1991, pp. 12–13
An independent trust fund is using government money to invest in South Africa’s poor.
“Human Rights in South Africa: A Continuing Struggle”
The Ford Foundation Letter, Volume 22, 2, Fall 1991, pp. 6–9
Sam was commissioned by the Ford Foundation to research and write a report that traced the battle for human rights waged by white South African lawyers who used their knowledge of law to discredit and erode the apartheid system.
“A Black Principal in South Africa”
Principal, Volume 71, 2, November 1991, pp. 22–27
A profile of Solomon Makosana, a school principal in the Crossroads township outside of Cape Town.
“A Year in South Africa”
Bostonia, Winter 1996-97, Number 4, pp. 28–30
Describes the making of a documentary series about South Africa and looks at the changes taking place in South Africa since the end of apartheid.
“School Fosters a New South Africa”
The Christian Science Monitor, Tuesday, October 30, 1990, p. 14
Profiles a progressive university that is leading the way in educating nonwhite, working-class students.
“Filming in the Third World”
American Cinematographer, Volume 65, 5, May 1984, pp. 40–51
Describes the difficulties involved in making Beginning Changes for Oxfam America. The film was shot on location in Honduras, Nicaragua, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique.