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African National Congress (ANC) Formation (1912, South Africa) - Montego's Food Market

African National Congress (ANC) Formation (1912, South Africa)

The formation of the African National Congress (ANC) in 1912 marked a significant milestone in the fight against racial oppression and discrimination in South Africa. The ANC emerged as a political organization, advocating for the rights and freedoms of Black South Africans and challenging the oppressive policies of the apartheid regime.

Under the leadership of prominent figures such as Pixley ka Isaka Seme, John Dube, and later Nelson Mandela, the ANC became a powerful force in the struggle for equality and justice.
The organization played a pivotal role in mobilizing resistance, organizing protests, and advocating for the rights of marginalized communities.
The ANC's formation represented a turning point in South African history, as it laid the groundwork for future anti-apartheid movements and played a central role in dismantling the apartheid system. Today, the ANC remains a significant political force in South Africa, continuing to fight for social justice and the advancement of all South Africans.