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Anti Pass campaign
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Description DM2000030626:SAED:POLITICS:SEP1956 - Anti-Pass Campaign - On August 9, 20 000 women of all races, some with the babies on their backs, from the cities and towns, from the reserves and villages, took a petition addressed to the Prime Minister to the Union Buildings in Pretoria. He was not in. The petition demanded of Strydom that the passs laws be abolished. Lilian Ngoyi, Helen Joseph, Sophie Williams and Radima Moosa - the delegates to deliver the petition to the office of the Prime Ministers in front of the Union Buildings. (Photograph by Drum Photographer Baileys Archive)
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Creation_date 2008-02-15T19:08:05
Subcollections Drum Social Histories
Title Anti Pass campaign
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Keywords Drum Magazine, South Africa, Africa, South African history, black and white image, horizontal, 1956, September, 1950s, Anti-Pass Campaign, Union buildings, Pretoria, Gauteng, prime minister, Lilian Ngoyi, Helen Joseph, Sophie Williams, Radima Moosa, women, petitions, Drum Photographer,
Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
Collections Baileys African History Archive
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