DEMONSTRATIONS

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Union Day March
No more marches?
1989 in pictures
Women fighting everywhere
Taking the march forward
Womens march in Pretoria: 9 August 1956
"Meat" protest students on trial
Knock Knock Knock: we're still in union at the door and we're not going away until...

On August 9,1956 20 000 women marched to the offices of the Prime Minister

Police shoot teargas at protesting squatters
The establishment of the Beijing Workers' Autonomous Federation
Political Conflict and Civil Unrest in African Townships in Natal
The Police and the Public - Part 1
Editorial: Agents for Change
Editorial: Soweto
Editorial: Student and Worker
The General Election
South Africa Report

Handwritten report from an underground operative on discussions with the South African Institute of Race Relations, Unions and detainees about protests, stay-aways, strikes and marches. Also covers the Black Consciousness Movement, Buthelezi, and detentions.

Reports made to the police concerning the demonstrations and/or matters associated therewith: 16 th June 1976

A list of reported crimes that occured in and around Soweto on the 16th June 1976

The Black Sash National Headquarters Report 1976

The Black Sash National Headquarters Annual Report given at National Conference on 16 March 1976 discussing National Demonstration, international visitor, Advice Offices, Bantu Welfare Trust money, President's Report.

Women against apartheid in South Africa

Report on the demonstration that took place in Pretoria, on 9 August 1956 by 20000 women against pass laws, the plight of Black women under apartheid, the lives of some of the women who have gone to prison, been banned and banished because of their opposition to apartheid.

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