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Keywords square,black and white image,South Africa,Africa,Johannesburg,Drum Magazine,July,1953,1950s,poverty,feeding schemes,black African women,food preparation,bread,sandwiches,
Credit Line Drum Social Histories / Baileys African History Archive / Africa Media Online
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Creation_date 2008-05-23T16:28:02
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Subcollections Drum Social Histories
Description SAED:SOCIAL:POVERTY:DRUM JULY 1953 Ð How to feed them? Ð Every morning in JohannesburgÕs locations anxious hungry black children can be seen queueing up in front of a stall, pushing out empty mugs for milk, and scrambling for peanut-buttered bread. They are some of the 5,000 African children who get an extra daily meal of rich food from the African Children Feeding Scheme. They feed 10 schools. And have nine feeding centres in the Reef locations. (Photograph by Jurgen Schadeberg ©Baileys Archives) NEG 254 FRAME 22
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