On this day-May 21, 1930

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Sarojini Naidu, a renowned Indian poetess, was arrested as a leader of the nonviolent “raid” on the Dharasana Salt Works, a salt production facility. She had assumed leadership of the effort to break the salt monopoly after the arrest of Mahatma Gandhi > > > read more at
http://www.peacebuttons.info/E-News/thisweek.htm#may211930

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