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Where do we stand?: APDUSA and a nation free of race hatred and oppression

Creator African Peoples Democratic Union of South Africa
Contributor
Publisher APDUSA, Cape Town
Date 0000-00-00
Resource type Pamphlets
Language English
Keywords TOPICS 386a
AFRICAN PEOPLES DEMOCRATIC UNION OF SOUTHERN AFRICA
HERRENVOLKISM
LABOUR
BOYCOTTS
Coverage SOUTH AFRICA
Source DISA
Extent 2 pages
Description APDUSA shows concern in how the Herrenvolk and the Broederbond, and particularly in the Western province, attempts to split-up the Non-Whites into various groups with their own policeman-chiefs. The discussion goes on to describe the manner in which the labour reserves are set-up for the Coloured people, apparently for their own protection. APDUSA wishes to reply by stating where they belong; and that there are only two camps, one consisting of the oppressed masses, and the other is the oppressors. The Herrenvolk and their agents are working very hard to break this growing unity of the oppressed. APDUSA stresses upon its policy of Non-Collaboration and using "The Boycott as weapon of struggle" for a concerted struggle for liberty.
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