Non-European Unity Movement
It was committed to non-racialism and its primary tactic was one of non-collaboration with the apartheid regime[dead link]. The movement split in 1957, with both splinter organisations going into decline shortly thereafter. Both were revived in the 1980's, but have had little political influence since.
- Baruch Hirson. "A Short history of the Non-European Unity – An insider's view". South African History Online. Retrieved 4 May 2015.
- The ANC Transformed, by Merica Andrews, Amandla Magazine, April 2012
- Baruch Hirson, A Short history of the Non-European Unity – An insider's view, SA History Online
- Merica Andrews, The ANC Transformed, Amandla Magazine, April 2012
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