Sunday, 9 November 1952 should be remembered in South Africa as a day of infamy but few know of a brutal massacre when police opened fire at an ANC Youth League event in Duncan Village in East London.
In the cover-up that followed, the facts were almost lost to history. The focus shifted to the killing of Irish nun, Sister Aidan Quinlan, a doctor who ran a clinic in Duncan Village.
Bloody Sunday follows the trail of the remarkable Sister Aidan to piece together one of the most tragic days – and devastating massacres -- of the apartheid era.
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