Tag Archives: Racism

Book Review: An Unlikely Bunch of Anti-Apartheid Activists

The Black Sash: Women for Justice and Peace by Burton, Mary Ingouville (2015),  Jacana, Johannesburg Book review by Janneke Weidema, Pretoria Monthly Meeting The Black Sash were an unlikely bunch of South African anti-apartheid activists. They were mostly English speaking … Continue reading

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C@SAYM Quakers endorse SACC condemnation of xenophobic violence

“I … most certainly want to associate Quakers with [it]. It fits right in with our ethos …” — Helen Holleman, Clerk of C&SAYM Click the SACC logo at the right to download the PDF file of the statement, or read … Continue reading

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Quakers stand alongside victims of racist policies

Further to the item on forced migration carried in Quaker News 97 (and shared on this site last week), Ekklesia has published the following item. Ekklesia is an independent, not-for-profit thinktank which orients its work around the changing role of beliefs, values … Continue reading

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