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Maxeke was also the very first black South African woman to receive a college degree in 1901.
Suzman was one of the founders of the Progressive Party that opposed apartheid and was twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Meer also played a part in founding the Durban District Women’s League, which aimed to unite black and Indian women amidst race riots.
Moosa (far left) also helped shape the Freedom Charter, a declaration of the core values of several organizations united against apartheid.
Ngoyi also helped launch the Federation of South African Women (FEDSAW), a force behind the Women’s March of 1956 and other movements.