Women Under Apartheid
Late 20th Early 21st Century
23.125 in HIGH x 16.375 in WIDE
(58.74 cm HIGH x 41.59 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Printed at the bottom left: "by SW (Litho) Printers (TU all depts) Corbridge Works, Corbridge Crescent, London E2 9DS from artwork supplied".

Poster has a black and white background photo of an African American woman. Across the top is "Women Under / Apartheid". At the right center is "...white think that with / their money they can buy / everything, even your feelings". At the bottom left is "sex: female / race: African / occupation: doemstic servant / restrictions: her colour and sex deny her the / right to vote, to own or inherit property, to live freely / with her husband, to bring up her children, to choose / her place of work. / in apartheid South Africa unemployed African / women are labelled ''superfluous appendages'' and / are ''repatriated'' to near barren reserves." Across the bottom is a London address for the Anti-Apartheid Movement. All text is black.
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