wnl12. AAM Women’s Newsletter 12, Jan/Feb 1984
This issue asked British women’s organisations to celebrate 1984 as ‘The Year of the Women’, designated by the African National Congress. Its debate column defended the decision to set up the women’s committee, partly on the grounds that women faced special obstacles in taking part in political campaigns. It also remembered the women and children who died in the South African armed forces barbarous attack on Namibian refugees at Kassinga, Angola in May 1978. Its guest column, by Pamela Nanda, the Greater London Council’s Anti-Racist Year Co-ordinator, reported on the action taken by the GLC to implement its Anti-Apartheid Declaration.
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