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Allen Mikaelian, November 2013

Anti-­Apartheid Portraits Quilt, made c. 2003 by Fina Nkosi, Soweto, South Africa. Collection of the Michigan State University Museum.

Anti-­Apartheid Portraits Quilt, made c. 2003 by Fina Nkosi, Soweto, South Africa. Collection of the Michigan State University Museum.

Each block is a portrait of a black South African woman who played a key role in the anti-­apartheid movement in South Africa. From left to right: Row 1: Winnie Mandela, Albertina Sisulu, Addeelattte Thambo, Lindiwe, Thandi Modise Row 2: Nokukhauya Huthuli, Lilliam Masediba Ngoy, Princess Constantine Magogo, Dudu Masondo, Stella Slgcawu Row 3: Dipuwo Hanni, Florance Mkmize, Charlotte Maxeke, Dr. Ellen Khuzwayo, Princess Irenne Row 4: Marry Nontolwane, Lilliam Ntshang, Felicia Mabuza-­Suttle, Rose Givamanda, Kate (no last name given, but likely Kate Molale).