The Black Sash was a non-violent white women's resistance organization founded in 1955 in South Africa by Jean Sinclair. Its members worked as volunteer advocates protesting apartheid laws; they brought cases of injustice to the attention of their Members of Parliament, and kept vigils outside Parliament and government offices. Read more in BC 668 The Black Sash Collection.
Papers of Prof. Jack Simons and his wife, Ray Alexander, reflecting the immense contribution made by the Simons' to the political, trade union and intellectual life of South Africa. A very important source for the history of the South African liberation movement, as well as the history of the trade union movement, the African National Congress and the SA Communist Party. Access the on-line finding aid here.