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Village people stamping rice

People in a village in India processing the rice from the field.

Delegates from Natal at the Congress of the People held in Klipstown

The three thousand delegates who gathered at Kliptown on 25 and 26 June 1955 were workers, peasants, intellectuals, women, youth and ...

Family in front of hut

Family in front of hut

Tea Estate

Tea estates in the Stanger district on the north coast made the most intensive use of women's labour on plantations. Mechanisation was not ...

Workers planting sugar cane

Sugar cane flourished so much in Natal that the first mill was set up on the ... Indenture is a type of debt servitude, but is different from slavery. ... But it was not all that sweet for the sugar plantation workers once they arrived.

Women working on the Cane fields

Cutting cane in 40 cm sets.

Less privileged women who had to work in the fields or move about as ... In the case of one woman who set fire to cane-fields on the Natal ...

Black Sash: women at a cake sale

Black and white print 8.9 x 13.7

Black Sash protest: Violence against women, from left: J Kerchhoff, F Wiggill, L Bassett, M Kleinenberg, J Clarence

Colour print 8.9 x 11

Black Sash: Activist women visitor, Angela Davis

Colour print 8.6 x 12.6

Black Sash: SASH/Journalists, Tony Oosthuizen, Vicky Quinlan (Natal Witness), Joan Kerchhoff, Pat Merrett and 2 security police women

Black and white print 15 x 20.3

First protest march by South African women, King George Street, Johannesburg

Reproduction 10.5 x 16.4

A man wearing a yellow sash joined the Black Sash women outside the Houses of Parliament, Cape Town

Reproduction 7.4 x 10.4

Cato Manor

Women and children in a group photograph

Cato Manor living conditions

Women in a shanty at Cato Manor

Residence of Cato Manor

Women in a group at Cato Manor

Cato Manor - housing

Housing living conditions in Cato Manor

Letter from Catherine to Phyllis Naidoo

Letter from Catherine to Phyllis Naidoo

Women picketers outside Rondebosch Town Hall

Black and white print 29.6 x 25.6

Sea Point protest against reference books to women

Black and white print 25.4 x 20.5

Mrs K Anderson, well known artist sketches Black Sash women on thte post office steps at lunch time

Black and white print 16.2 x 21.5


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