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FEDTRAW report 'Unlock Apartheid Jails'

Theme: You strike the women, you strike the rock!

Call Number: I6.1.4
Identifier: AL2457_I6.1.4
Title: FEDTRAW report 'Unlock Apartheid Jails'
Date: 1988
Subject: Unlock Apartheid Jails;
Wathint' Abafazi;
Wathint' Imbokotho;
Federation of Transvaal Women - FEDTRAW;
Mary Bernard Ncube;
Women's Day Song;
Description: This report titled 'Unlock Apartheid Jails' was issued by the Federation of Transvaal Women (FEDTRAW), date unknown. This thirty six-page report was digitised by SAHA in 2011. Included in SAHA exhibition kit and virtual exhibition, titled 'Women hold up half the sky: commemorating women in the struggle'. The poem 'Women's Day Song' appears on page 5, the extract 'Wathint' Abafazi, Wathint' Imbokotho' on page 36, and the quotation "Our prisons are man-made hells on earth, places of torture and suffering..." by Sister Mary Bernard Ncube on page 18 of the report.
Creator: Federation of Transvaal Women (FEDTRAW)
Type: Report
Format: Access copy - jpeg
Preservation copy - tiff
Source: SAHA collection AL2457
Language: English; IsiZulu
Coverage: South Africa
Rights: Federation of Transvaal Women (FEDTRAW)
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