"I Write What I Like contains a selection of Biko's writings from 1969, when he became the president of the South African Student's Organization, to 1972, when he was prohibited from publishing. The collection also includes a preface by Archbishop Desmond Tutu, an introduction by Malusi and Thoko Mpumlwana, who were both involved with Biko in the Black Consciousness movement, a memoir by Father Aelred Stubbs, his longtime pastor and friend; and a new foreword by Professor Lewis Gordon, author of Her majesty's Other Children and Existentia Africana." My involvement with the Black Consciousness Movement is a result of a working relationship with Thamsanga (Tim) Ngubeni, a former member of the Black Consciousness Movement and friend of Steve Biko. Brother Tim was a South African student who attended UCLA on a sports scholarship, was a member of UCLA's men's soccer team, and has a long history of community service, founding the Steve Biko Project and serving as a counselor and advisor to African students. It was through my association with Brother Tim that I served as a founding director of the African Education Project, beginning this association as a member of the African Activists Association, a graduate student organization of which brother Tim was the chairperson.