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© French Mission

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Browse_path African National Congress Digital Archive/ANC Collections/Transparencies/ANC French Mission/Slides/Processed/CON0007/SHT0003
Keywords South Africa,politics,ANC,group portraits,African people,black African men,black South Africans,South African history,black and white image,horizontal,Rev John Dube,African National Congress,posing,1910s,
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Description The robbery of African land and the pass laws were the main factors that led to the formation of the African National Congress (ANC) on 8 January 1912. Its national anti-tribal character reflected the need for every stratum and sector of African society. In 1914, an ANC delegation consisting of (left to right) Dr W. Rubusana, T. Mapikela, Rev. J. L. Dube, Sol Plaatje and S. Msane, visited Britain to put their protest before the British government and public.
Creation_date 1900-01-01T00:00:00
Media Id 1_6
Pixel Size 5406 x 3528
Collections French Mission
Ingestion_path African National Congress Digital Archive/ANC Collections/Transparencies/ANC French Mission/Slides/Processed/CON0007/SHT0003
Country Britain
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Credit Line Processed transparencies / ANC Archives
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