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Dublin - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970
Dublin honours Dunnes Stores anti-apartheid strikers
dublin | worker & community struggles and protests | event notice Sunday June 15, 2008 21:42 by Alan MacSimoin - Workers Solidarity Movement
In 1984 ten young women and one young man, members of MANDATE trade union, started a long strike at Dunnes Stores in Dublin's Henry Street. They walked the picket line in support of their union's policy of solidarity with the anti-apartheid struggle and boycotting South African products. It only ended when the government agreed to ban the import of South African fruit & veg until the apartheid regime was overthrown.
The dispute started when Mary Manning, a 21 year old cashier, courageously refused to handle fruit from apartheid-era South Africa. Mary and her colleagues became a household name in South Africa (and across the world).