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Anti-apartheid movements -- New Zealand

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

By Batons and Barbed Wire, [1981]

Identifier: ocot053
Scope and Contents

Colour promotional poster, probably for the book 'By Batons and Barbed Wire' (Real Pictures, 1981). The title is given at the top in large white letters on a black background, below which is a photograph of protestors wearing motorcycle helmets and holding home-made shields, bearing the slogans 'Amandla' and 'Unite Against Racism'.

Photo © John Miller.

Dates: [1981]

Ormsby, Pam - Papers relating to New Zealand's Anti-Apartheid movement 1959-1960

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2019-005
Dates: Majority of material found in 1959-2018; Other: Majority of material found in 1959-1960

Women against the tour, [1981]

Identifier: ocot021
Scope and Contents

Poster with the hand-lettered words 'Unite in opposition to Apartheid. Our sisters in S.A. suffer double oppression' above a woodcut-style image of five African women. Underneath this is the text 'Women Against the Tour' and three female gender symbols. Black text and graphics on brown paper.

A section of the poster has been folded up and taped shut. Text on the obscured section reads 'March from Merivale Mall May 1 7.00pm'.

Dates: [1981]