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# mary-manning - Saturday 11 November, 2017

'Still to this day I always say I would do it again': How a 21-year-old Dunnes Stores worker stood up against apartheid

Mary Manning kickstarted a two year campaign when she refused to process the sale of two South African grapefruits.

# mary-manning - Thursday 30 July, 2015

'He didn't value that we were actually human beings, it was like a nightmare.'

Mary Manning was repeatedly abused by her stepfather.

# mary-manning - Wednesday 22 October, 2014

30 years on: A Dunnes Stores worker 'changed the face of the anti-apartheid movement'

The eleven workers who went on strike attended the funeral of Nelson Mandela last year.

# mary-manning - Saturday 7 December, 2013

Dunnes Stores strikers to attend Nelson Mandela's funeral

Nelson Mandela met with the Dunnes Stores strikers after his release in 1990 and said that their stand helped keep him going during his imprisonment.