The Untold Story Of An Anti-Apartheid Striker
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In July 1984, in Dunnes Stores on Dublin's Henry Street, Mary Manning refused to register the sale of two grapefruits, produce of South Africa. She and ten co-workers were suspended. They knew little about apartheid and assumed they could return to work. But theirs were kindling voices, on the cusp of igniting a mass movement.