Also published as: Cries of freedom: women in detention in South Africa; London: Catholic Institute for International Relations, 1988. 49 p.
|Other titles||Cries of freedom :women in detention in South Africa|
|Contributions||Detainees" Parents Support Committee., Detainees Support Committee|
|LC Classifications||HV9850.5 C74 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
Like so many South African women, Daphne Mashile faced additional burdens in detention because she was a mother. In late , the DPSC began collating women’s personal stories of repression and detention for a publication, A Woman’s Place is in the Struggle, not Behind Bars. The DPSC then declared February as the month of Women and. Like so many South African women, Daphne Mashile faced additional burdens in detention because she was a mother. In late , the DPSC began collating women’s personal stories of repression and detention for a publication, A Woman’s Place is in the Struggle, not Behind Bars. The DPSC then declared February as the month of Women and. "A Woman's Place Is in the Struggle" features 18 articles, statements and presentations in five sections: History of Women’s Struggle, Fighting Economic Oppression, The Battle for Health Care and Reproductive Rights, Connecting the Dots: Racism and Women’s Oppression, Standing Up to Imperialism, and Socialism and Women’s Liberation. Male emigration has left women with the double work of farm and family, while the number of female-headed households, both rural and urban, has doubled in a single decade. Globalisation has also transformed women's work, and often not for the better. Thousands of women and their children labour in subhuman conditions in the fields of export.
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