Michael Scott (activist)

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Michael Scott
Born 1907-07-30
Lowfield Heath, Sussex, England
Parent(s) Revd Percival Caleb Scott and Ethel
Church Anglican
Ordained 1930-12-21
Title Revd

Reverend Michael Scott (30 July 1907 – 1983) was a British anti-Apartheid activist and leading international promoter of Namibian independence along with Chief Hosea Kutako and Captain Hendrik Samuel Witbooi.[1][2] For his efforts in the Namibian War of Independence, he has a prominent street named after him in Windhoek.

With Bertrand Russell, he was co-founder of the Committee of 100 in 1960. He met with Martin Luther King Jr. during Ghana's celebration of independence.[3]



Yates, Anne; Chester, Lewis (2006). The troublemaker. London: Aurum. ISBN 1-84513-080-4.