Racial equality and workers’ liberation – two sides of the same coin

Taken from People’s Voice:

PV Labour Bureau  On March 21, 1960 a group of 7000 people marched to the police station in Sharpeville township in South Africa, to protest apartheid “pass laws” which restricted the movement of Black people. Police tear-gassed the peaceful demonstration and then opened fire. There were 249 victims, including 29 children, and 69 people were…

Source: People’s Voice