FREEDOM

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Letter from Rebecca to Phyllis Naidoo

A SHORT SHORT SUMMARY OF MY TRIP
LESOTHO -- hearty farewells, many kind expressions of love and friendship, a few tears but basically a joyous take-off on Friday morning June 6, 1980.

Civil Rights League Newsletter Vol 34 No.2 October 1987
Letter from Kathy to Phyllis Naidoo

I guess you are wondering whether we got lost. Well we are still here, summer has changed our schedules. The children are home from school for 3 months.

Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XXVII No.9 Issued 26 November 1980
Letter from Bernhard and Margarete to Phyllis Naidoo

Thank you so much for the two letters we received during the past weeks.

Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XXII No.1 Issued 30 January 1975
Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XIX No.9 Issued 20 November 1972
Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XIX No.3 Issued 8 April 1972
Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XVI No. 8 Issued 25 September 1969
Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XVI No. 7 Issued 21 August 1969, and Annual Report presented at the Annual General Meeting on 9 August 1969
Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XV No. 4 Issued 18 April 1968
Civil Rights News Letter, Vol. XIV No. 5 Issued 12 June 1967
Civil Rights News Letter, July 1961
Civil Rights News Letter, October 1960
Civil Rights News Letter, October 1959
Civil Rights News Letter, September 1959
Annual Report of the Civil Rights League fro the year 1958-1959, presented at the Annual General Meeting, September 21, 1959
Letter from Huth to Phyllis Naidoo

We didn’t know either of his plans at that time. What people have to go through for freedom.  Phyllis it bothered me very much your view on Hungary. What does it all mean (cinemas, libraries, hospitals etc.), if the intellect of the country cannot speak out what they want. 

 

E-mail from Phyllis Naidoo to Sister Josephine

I like the former. But I know that you are enjoying the freedom from its responsibility. But really you are not at Masite, you are visiting Kimberley as of now. I do hope Sister Camilla is well. Some mine is closing down and more will be unemployed around Kimberley.

Letter from Cheick Oumar Sissoko to Phyllis Naidoo

It is really nice of you to have replied my letter. I really enjoyed reading it. Thank you for it. The "Hopes on the Horizon" Project is doing well and hopefully by mid-1998 we should have the film out. I cannot wait dear Phyllis, to see you in the film , graceful and charming as ever.

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