There was a time when the raised fist symbolised all the struggles being waged throughout the world.  

Think back to the peaceful and dignified passive resistance and defiance campaigns waged decades ago by South Africans opposed to minority white domination. In the face of apartheid jackboots, rifle butts and bullets, South Africans marched with fists raised high against the pass laws in the early 1960s, as well as through the various states of emergency in the 1980s. ..

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