HE PROTESTED AGAINST WORKING A 48 HOUR WEEK FOR $12 (US) HE WANTED TO JOIN A UNION

HE PROTESTED AGAINST WORKING A 48 HOUR WEEK FOR $12 (US) HE WANTED TO JOIN A UNION

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by War on Want
London, England, United Kingdom
Undated, about second half of 1976
Type: Poster
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: Belgium
United Kingdom
Language: English
HIS EMPLOYER AND YOURS MAY BE THE SAME! HELP HIM

JOIN THE PROTEST CAMPAIGN AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA DURING THE WEEK BEGINNING 17 JANUARY 1977

Is your company involved in South Africa? If so,
Ensure that protests are made to management about the exploitation of your African colleagues.

Demonstrate solidarity with your black colleagues in South Africa by fully participating in your union’s action campaign.

TAKE PART IN THE WORLDWIDE TRADE UNION PROTEST CAMPAIGN AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA
Poster produced for the worldwide trade union protest campaign against South Africa. The poster was printed by War on Want in London, England for ICFTU (International Confederation of Free Trade Unions) in Brussels, Belgium. Size: about 23 x 16 1/2 inches.
Collection: Private collection of Richard Knight