This poster exhibition tells the story of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement and its campaigns to support the people of South Africa. In 1959 the Boycott Movement called for a boycott of South African produce. It grew into a movement of hundreds of thousands of people, campaigning for sanctions against South Africa and the release of Nelson Mandela.
This exhibition is part of an education project set up by the Anti-Apartheid Archives Committee that includes an archival website and learning resources. It has been funded by the Barry Amiel & Norman Melburn Trust and the Heritage Lottery Fund, and organised in partnership with Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA).
3-26 August 2018 | 10:00 (6h) | Church at St John's