Social Mvmts: The Anti-Apartheid Movement

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Flyer Calling for a Demonstration following Steve Biko's Funeral

Rachael Romero designed this poster with the belief that art is not a commodity but a door to transformation of self and society. Wilfred Owen, Medical Posters, Political Prisoners, Apartheid, Street Art, San Francisco, African, Artist, Movie Posters
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"Condemn the South African Apartheid Regime and Support the International Boycott," c. 1975-1982

Rachael Romero designed this poster with the belief that art is not a commodity but a door to transformation of self and society. Artist: Rachael Romero / San Francisco Poster Brigade

The police loads short of bat on the demonstrators of the "African National Congress," Photo credit: Ian Berry — at Johannesburg Diepkloof Soweto

The police loads short of bat on the demonstrators of the "African National Congress," 1961. Photo credit: Ian Berry — at Johannesburg Diepkloof Soweto Zone4.

““Del Monte profits from apartheid. Support the liberation struggle: Boycott all Del Monte products” Bay Area Namibia Action Group San Francisco, California 1994 ” Apartheid, Union Of South Africa, United Church Of Christ, Protest Posters, Protest Art, Political Art, African Diaspora, Historical Maps, African History

Del Monte Profits from Apartheid - Support the Liberation Struggle - Boycott All Del Monte Products, 1978. Artist: Rachael Romero

Apartheid was the racially separatist regime under which black and so-called colored South Africans to a somewhat .

"End Apartheid - South Africa Must Be Free. Divest Now," 1985

Unidentified woman ignoring seat restrictions in a train carriage to protest against Apartheid in South Africa, 1952 Still looking for photo credit

From the Union of South Africa to the United States of America. Fight for Liberation and Revolution.  The people of Southern Africa are standing up. From Azania to Namibia to Zimbabwe, imperialism and oppression are being met head on by resistance and struggle. White minority rule is on the way out. It is not bowing out gracefully...  ‘From the Union of South Africa to the United States of America - Fight For Liberation And Revolution’, Revolutionary Workers Headquarters, Chicago, [1978].

From the Union of South Africa to the United States of America. Fight for Liberation and Revolution. The people of Southern Africa are standing up. From Azania to Namibia to Zimbabwe, imperialism and oppression are being met head on by resistance and struggle. White minority rule is on the way out. It is not bowing out gracefully... ‘From the Union of South Africa to the United States of America - Fight For Liberation And Revolution’, Revolutionary Workers Headquarters, Chicago, [1978].

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A body lies sprawled in street in Sharpeville, South Africa, on March Sixty-nine black protesters were killed by police in Sharpeville. A state of emergency was declared, and the ANC was outlawed. Photo credit: AP — in Sharpeville, Gauteng.

A body lies sprawled in street in Sharpeville, South Africa, on March 21, 1960. Sixty-nine black protesters were killed by police in Sharpeville. A state of emergency was declared, and the ANC was outlawed. Photo credit: AP — in Sharpeville, Gauteng.

South African Apartheid: Why Does It Look so Familiar to Americans? New Africa, South Africa, The Journey Book, Steve Biko, Jacob Zuma, History Online, Apartheid, Freedom Fighters, African History
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South African Apartheid: Why Does It Look so Familiar to Americans?

Biko and Solidarity [Click on this image to find a short video and analysis of the conditions of apartheid in South Africa and why that system of oppression is comparable to Jim Crow segregation in the U.S.] "Merely by describing yourself as black you have started on a road toward emancipation, you have committed yourself to fight against all forces that seek to use your blackness as a stamp that marks you out as a subservient being." ~ Steve Biko Photo credit: STF / AFP / Getty Images

What Was the Black Consciousness Movement? - Lisa - What Was the Black Consciousness Movement? The Black Consciousness Movement started as a student movement and quickly became the voice and spirit of anti-Apartheid resistance in South Africa.

South African Apartheid: Why Does It Look so Familiar to Americans?

Biko Family Defiant [Click on this image to find a short video and analysis of the conditions of apartheid in South Africa and why that system of oppression is comparable to Jim Crow segregation in the U.S.] Ntsiki Biko, widow of South African political detainee Steve Biko, defiantly gives the Black Power salute with her children Samora (left) aged two, and Nkosinathi aged six, in front of their home at King William’s Town, South Africa..." Photo credit: Hulton Archive / Getty Images

Steve Biko on a 1977 cover of DRUM Magazine as part of a special report into his life and death whilst in police custody.

South African Youth Day June 16 marks the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, when in 1976 South African high school students organized a series of protests in response to the introduction of. History Posters, Youth Day, Workers Rights, Power Pop, Political Economy, Apartheid, High School Students, World History, Social Justice
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South African Youth Day June 16 marks the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, when in 1976 South African high school students organized a series of protests in response to the introduction of...

South African Youth Day June 16 marks the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, when in 1976 South African high school students organized a series of protests in response to the introduction of.

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South African Youth Day June 16 marks the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, when in 1976 South African high school students organized a series of protests in response to the introduction of...

South African Youth Day June 16 marks the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, when in 1976 South African high school students organized a series of protests in response to the introduction of. Youth Day, Workers Rights, Power Pop, Political Economy, Apartheid, African History, Black And White Pictures, High School Students, Black History

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South African Youth Day June 16 marks the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, when in 1976 South African high school students organized a series of protests in response to the introduction of...

South African Youth Day June 16 marks the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, when in 1976 South African high school students organized a series of protests in response to the introduction of.

thesociologicalcinema

South African Youth Day June 16 marks the anniversary of the Soweto Uprising, when in 1976 South African high school students organized a series of protests in response to the introduction of...