March 12, 1930 – Mahatma Gandhi leads a 200-mile march, known as the Salt March, to the sea in defiance of British opposition, to protest the British monopoly on salt.
What Happened During's Gandhi's Salt March?: Indian nationalist leader Mahatma Gandhi and politician Mrs. Sarojini Naidu, with a garland, during the Salt March protesting against the government monopoly on salt production. (1930)
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Gandhi's Historic March to the Sea in 1930: Followers of Gandhi fill plastic bottles with seawater during the Salt March of 1930 in India, to protest British colonial salt taxes.
Salt March Backround.
India - Imperialism to Modern Time
Gandhi during the Salt March, March 1930.
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Nature | Salt
Salt March Ghandi
Lessons from the Salt March for today's social movements. Symbolic wins may have more impact than actual wins.
Gandhi Salt March from Sabarmathi Ashram to Dandi on the Arabian Sea Coast in 1930. Wikipedia
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