FREEDOM CHARTER

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A united front against apartheid
BLACK CONSCIOUSNESS AND US
The Freedom Charter is our Lodestar
Our Freedom Charter
Letter from Wolf to Peter Brown
Agenda Book of the 13th Annual Provincial Conference of the Natal Indian Congress held on the 3rd and 4th of March 1961

Conference

Agenda Book - Ninth Annual Provincial Conference held at Durban on 22nd, 23rd and 24th June 1956

Conference

Letter from Peter Brown to Randolph Vigne
Where Freedom Is Treason

The charge was based on the "Freedom Charter"......

Nelson Mandela's Testimony At the Treason Trial, 1956-1960

In response to the growing unity and strength of the Congress Movement as a united front following the adoption of the Freedom Charter, the government arrested 156 political leaders in a mass police swoop on 5 December 1956 and charged them with high treason, a grave charge carrying the death pen

Minutes of the meeting of the Executive Committee of the N.I.C.

Interview with representatives of the Tongaat.......

Children of South Africa

Letters to Bernhard Dinkelaker

Natal Indian Congress statement to Durban passenger transport commission of enquiry

N.I.C.

Report of the N.I.C. Passive resistance campaign in Natal

N.I.C. documents

Reply of the NIC to the Prime ministers note of 30 November 1944

Correspondence

1940s NIC correspondence Memo to Smuts

N.I.C.

N.I.C. Memorandum to Prime minister

Natal Indian Congress

Natal Indian Congress Memorandum to Prime minister

N.I.C.

Natal Indian Congress Memorandum 1948

Memorandum

Whats in a name?: SOME REFLECTIONS ON THE NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS

journal article

Pages

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