wnl15. AAM Women’s Newsletter 15, July–August 1984
This South African Women’s Day issue mourned ANC member Jeanette Schoon and her daughter Katryn, assassinated by a parcel bomb sent to Angola, where they were living in exile. Its guest column by writer Beverley Naidoo exposed the racist literature available in many British public libraries. SWAPO activist Magdalena Nghatanga joined the debate on Depo Provera, arguing that all South African women should be offered a full choice of contraceptive methods and not be forced to use Depo Provera.
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