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The June 1913 anti-pass defiance campaign was probably the first recorded incidence of protest by women against the Union government.  06/06/2016

The June 1913 anti-pass defiance campaign was probably the first recorded incidence of protest by women against the Union government. 06/06/2016

Author Hsiao-Hung Pai set out to understand where bigots learn their behaviour. She talks to Socialist Review about the results of her research, her new book, Angry White People.

Author Hsiao-Hung Pai set out to understand where bigots learn their behaviour. She talks to Socialist Review about the results of her research, her new book, Angry White People.

Leaders of the radical American student group the Weathermen, (left to right) Jim Mellen, Peter Clapp, John Jacobs, Bill Ayers, and Terry Robbins (1946 - 1970), march at the van of a group of demonstrators during the 'Days of Rage' actions organized by the Weathermen to protest the trial of the Chicago Seven and 'to bring the war home.' (Photo by David Fenton/Getty Images)

Leaders of the radical American student group the Weathermen, (left to right) Jim Mellen, Peter Clapp, John Jacobs, Bill Ayers, and Terry Robbins (1946 - 1970), march at the van of a group of demonstrators during the 'Days of Rage' actions organized by the Weathermen to protest the trial of the Chicago Seven and 'to bring the war home.' (Photo by David Fenton/Getty Images)

Economic Freedom Fighters MPs fight with security services who were ordered to throw them out of Parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, May 17, 2016.  Image by: Esa Alexander

Economic Freedom Fighters MPs fight with security services who were ordered to throw them out of Parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, May 17, 2016. Image by: Esa Alexander

Mazedonien Proteste in Skopje.

Mazedonien Proteste in Skopje.

South Africa 2012 - Marikana (platinum) mineworkers on strike for higher pay. Platinum rock drillers work underground in temperatures of 40-45 degrees Celsius, in cramped, damp, poorly ventilated areas where rocks fall daily. They risk death every time they go down the shafts. At Marikana, 3000 mineworkers were ... striking for a wage increase from R4000 to R12,500 a month.

South Africa 2012 - Marikana (platinum) mineworkers on strike for higher pay. Platinum rock drillers work underground in temperatures of 40-45 degrees Celsius, in cramped, damp, poorly ventilated areas where rocks fall daily. They risk death every time they go down the shafts. At Marikana, 3000 mineworkers were ... striking for a wage increase from R4000 to R12,500 a month.

The Black Sash was formed in 1955 in South Africa. "It came to be called the Black Sash because the women wore black sashes over one shoulder as they stood to demonstrate against discriminatory legislation. It was initially formed to protest against the Separate Representation of Voters Bill, a ploy by the government to remove Coloureds from the common voters' roll. The women saw this as a flagrant attack on the spirit of the constitution."

The Black Sash was formed in 1955 in South Africa. "It came to be called the Black Sash because the women wore black sashes over one shoulder as they stood to demonstrate against discriminatory legislation. It was initially formed to protest against the Separate Representation of Voters Bill, a ploy by the government to remove Coloureds from the common voters' roll. The women saw this as a flagrant attack on the spirit of the constitution."

A man rides a bus in Durban, meant for white passengers only,in resistance to South Africa’s apartheid policies 1986 : OldSchoolCool

A man rides a bus in Durban, meant for white passengers only,in resistance to South Africa’s apartheid policies 1986 : OldSchoolCool

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