Advice Office: Responses to Apartheid Legislation

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10th meeting of Central Executive, 26th July, 1957: 3: Native Laws Amendment Act
A presumptuous threat
Announcement of ""Bells against the Bills"" Campaign
Ask not for whom the bell tolls - it tolls for thee
Bantu Laws Amendment Bill
Bantu Laws Amendment Bill 1963
Bantu Laws Amendment Bill 1963
Black Sash memorandum on the draft Bantu Laws Amendment Bill - Government Gazette Extraordinary No. 430 dated February 8th, 1963
Black local government in South Africa
Circular 46 [on the Native Laws Amendment Act]
Contract workers - who are they?
Demonstration against Bantu Laws Amendment Bill
General Law Amendment Bill
Improper Interference"" Bill, 1966 and the Black Sash
Letter to Canon Matolengwe
Letter to Mrs B Grieve, National Council of Women
Letter to Prime Minister: Bantu Laws Amendment Bill 1963
Memorandum from Southern Transvaal Committee [on the Native Laws Amendment Committee]
Memorandum on legal forms of public protest
Memorandum regarding the Undesirable Publications Bill (A.B. 5/62) for submission to the Select Committee of Parliament by a delegation representing the Black Sash
Memorandum to the Chairman and members of the Select Committee on the Undesirable Publications Bill on the views of the Black Sash, Headquarters Region, on the Undesirable Publications Bill
Memorandum to the Select Committee on the Constitution on the Orderly Movement and Settlement of Black Persons Bill
Memorandum: Bantu Laws Amendment Bill
Minutes of 13th meeting of the Central Executive of the Black Sash, 10th August 1957
Native Laws Amendment Act
Notice to all employers of Blacks
Prevention of Illegal Squatting Amendment Bill
Representations and comments by the Black Sash, Cape Western Region on the Bantu Laws Amendment Bill - Government Gazette Extraordinary No. 430 dated February 8th 1963
Representations by the Black Sash and Athlone Advice Office, Cape Western Region, to the Select Committee on ""The Orderly Movement and Settlement of Black Persons Bill
Request for interview: memorandum regarding Black domestics
Talk by Mrs M. Roberts at lunch hour meeting on 19th April 1963 on General Laws Amendment Bill
That the Black Sash investigate land tenure and ownership by black people and the detrimental effect lack of ownership has on this sector of the population
The Bantu Laws Amendment Bill
The Black Sash memorandum to the Divisional Council
The Native Laws Amendment Act of 1957
The New Influx Control: The Orderly Movement and Settlement of Black Persons Bill
The Orderly Movement and Settlement of Black Persons Bill
The Orderly Movement and Settlement of Black Persons Bill: comment addressed to the Churches
Used beach for whites: acquitted
We value our homes

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