wnl37. AAM Women’s Newsletter 37, Spring 1989
In the face of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s obdurate refusal to impose any form of sanctions against South Africa, in 1989 the AAM called for a people’s boycott of South African goods under the slogan ‘Boycott Apartheid ’89’. The women’s newsletter advertised a special month of action on women as part of the campaign. This issue also celebrated the release from prison of Umkhonto we Sizwe member Thandi Modise and reported on the South African drama group Sisters of the Long March’s tour of Britain.
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