Nelson Mandela on the Struggle for Equality

“You must protect and defend your trade unions. If you are not allowed to have your meetings publicly, then you must hold them over your machines in the factories, on the trains and buses as you travel home. You must have them in your villages and shantytowns. You must make every home, every shack and every mud structure where our people live, a branch of the trade union movement and never surrender.”

Nelson Mandela, Address to the Transvaal ANC, 21 Sept 1953

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