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LIVING WAGE CAMPAIGN : WOMEN WORKERS! : UNITE & FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS : 6 MONTHS PAID MATERNITY LEAVE

Theme: Women resist triple oppression


Call Number: 1006
Identifier: AL2446_1006
Title: LIVING WAGE CAMPAIGN : WOMEN WORKERS! : UNITE & FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS : 6 MONTHS PAID MATERNITY LEAVE
Date: 1988
Subject: Images of Defiance- IOD;
Congress of South African Trade Unions - COSATU;
Hlanganani Basebenzi;
Women;
Labour;
Wage;
CAP
Description: This poster is an offset litho in black, red and yellow, produced by the Gardens Media Group/ CAP for COSATU, Johannesburg.This poster refers to COSATU recognising the need to pay special attention to the organising of women workers. The text reads: "LIVING WAGE CAMPAIGN : WOMEN WORKERS! : UNITE & FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS : 6 MONTHS PAID MATERNITY LEAVE". Digitised by Specialised Archival Solutions in 2009. Reproduced in "Images of Defiance: South African Resistance posters in the 1980s" on page 61 (number 103) of the 1991 SAHA / Ravan Press edition and the 2004 SAHA / STE Publishers edition. It is also included in the SAHA Exhibition Kit - Women and the SAHA virtual exhibition - 'Hlanganani Basebenzi: Commemorating South Africa's Labour Movement'.
Contributor: Trish de Villiers (artist)
Creator: Produced by the Gardens Media Group/ the Community Arts Project (CAP), for the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU)
Type: Poster
Format: Access image - jpeg
Preservation image – tiff
Source: SAHA collection AL2446
Language: English
Coverage: South African
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