Clarity Films

Clarity Films

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Clarity Films is a non-profit documentary film company dedicated to producing films of historical and social value.
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One of the many honors awarded to Nelson Mandela during the Free Mandela campaign, in Glasgow, Scotland. Photo:  Mitchell Library, courtesy of Have You Heard From Johannesburg (www.clarityfilms.org)

Have You Heard From Johannesburg is seven documentary stories chronicling the history of the global anti-apartheid movement that took on South Africa’s entrenched apartheid regime

Anti-apartheid demonstration in The Netherlands encouraging a boycott of South African goods. Photo courtesy of Have You Heard From Johannesburg (www.clarityfilms.org)

Have You Heard From Johannesburg is seven documentary stories chronicling the history of the global anti-apartheid movement that took on South Africa’s entrenched apartheid regime

Demonstration against Barclays Bank's involvement in apartheid South Africa. Photo: AAM Archive Committee, courtesy of Have You Heard From Johannesburg (www.clarityfilms.org)

Have You Heard From Johannesburg is seven documentary stories chronicling the history of the global anti-apartheid movement that took on South Africa’s entrenched apartheid regime

Archbishop Trevor Huddleston and Oliver Tambo, former President of the African National Congress, at the Consultation on Racism in London, 1969. Photo: WCC, courtesy of Have You Heard From Johannesburg (www.clarityfilms.org)

Have You Heard From Johannesburg is seven documentary stories chronicling the history of the global anti-apartheid movement that took on South Africa’s entrenched apartheid regime

Anti-apartheid demonstration in The Netherlands, 1970's. Photo: NiZA, courtesy of Have You Heard From Johannesburg (www.clarityfilms.org)

Have You Heard From Johannesburg is seven documentary stories chronicling the history of the global anti-apartheid movement that took on South Africa’s entrenched apartheid regime

Oliver Tambo and Nelson Mandela meeting in London, 1962. Photo: University of Dundee, Michael Peto Photographic Collection, courtesy of Have You Heard From Johannesburg (www.clarityfilms.org)

Oliver Tambo, a fellow ANC leader, had defied a travel ban to rally international support. He lived in London and his home became the centre of the ANC in exile. Photograph courtesy of The Peto Collection, University of Dundee.

Nelson Mandela and Robert Resha meeting with an officer in the Algerian army, 1962. Photo courtesy of Have You Heard From Johannesburg (www.clarityfilms.org)

Nelson Mandela and Robert Resha meeting with an officer in the Algerian army, 1962

Nelson Mandela in London, 1962. Photo: University of Dundee, Michael Peto Photographic Collection, courtesy of Have You Heard From Johannesburg (www.clarityfilms.org)

Nelson Mandela in London, Photo: Michael Peto (University of Dundee Photographic Collection). In western nations we think he was a hero. He was a violent man who killed, but he never claimed to be a hero a felt disdain for this title.

Anti-apartheid activist Conny Braam during a demonstration against South Africa in The Netherlands during the 1970's. Photo: Conny Braam, courtesy of Have You Heard From Johannesburg (www.clarityfilms.org)

Have You Heard From Johannesburg is seven documentary stories chronicling the history of the global anti-apartheid movement that took on South Africa’s entrenched apartheid regime

Rosie the Riveter, from the documentary production of "The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter" (www.clarityfilms.org)

Bethlehem Steel provided material for the buildings that would make up New York’s skyline, for bridges and dams across the US, and for the warships of the navy