Links to the panels of the exhibition on the Naidoo-Pillay Family.
Originally shown at the Apartheid Museum, Johannesburg.



Resistance in their blood


The Naidoo-Pillay Family



"The history of the Naidoo-Pillay family in South Africa starts in the late
1800s with Thambi and Veerammal Naidoo, among the first Indians to join
Gandhi's satyagraha movement and resist unjust laws. Both of them went to
prison for their beliefs, Thambi fourteen times. Their commitment to
fighting injustice continued through subsequent generations. As national and
global events unfolded in the 20th century, so did the family's activism
evolve: from the satyagraha movement to mass mobilisation against
segregation and apartheid, to armed struggle. In each generation various
Naidoo and Pillay family members were detained, imprisoned and tortured for
their beliefs."



In 3 PDF files: 

ir_blood_1.pdf> Resistance in their blood_1

ir_blood_2.pdf> Resistance in their blood_2

ir_blood_3.pdf> Resistance in their blood_3



With thanks to the Apartheid Museum.






















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