lgs57. Leeds Women Against Apartheid
Leeds Women Against Apartheid was formed in 1986 to bring together women in support of their sisters in South Africa and Namibia. The group reached out to women’s organisations in West Yorkshire, raising funds for women in Southern Africa, boycotting apartheid goods and holding day schools publicising the situation of women under apartheid. It was linked to a women’s group in Soshunguve township, near Pretoria. This leaflet advertised an event with stalls, entertainment and discussion on International Women’s Day, 8 March 1988.
|Category:||Local AA groups|
|Author:||Leeds Women Against Apartheid|
|Copyright:||Leeds Women Against Apartheid|
|Holding Institution:||Feminist Archive North (FAN)|