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A poster by a Sheffield group in the calling for a boycott of South African goods. Looking at Apartheid images to understand symbols and signs which perpetuated and fought against institutional racism Cover Design, Hiphop, African Diaspora, History Facts, Strange History, African History, World History, History Online, The Guardian

Forward to Freedom: South Africa's Anti-Apartheid Movement historical archive – in pictures

The Anti-Apartheid Movement has launched a website which documents its campaign against the apartheid regime in South Africa.

Ans Westra Anti-Springbok Tour Demonstration, Newtown, Wellington, 1981 Silver Gelatin Print 190 x 190 mm South African Rugby, Days In July, John Miller, Famous Photographers, Thin Blue Lines, Documentary Photography, Back In The Day, Black And White Photography, New Zealand

Ans Westra Anti-Springbok Tour Demonstration, Newtown, Wellington, 1981 Silver Gelatin Print 190 x 190 mm

Rugby unites Kiwi's protest the 1981 tour of the Boks during South Africa's apartheid era Apartheid, Women In History, World History, Matou, Gifts For Photographers, Important Facts, Square Photos, Political Issues, Flash Photography

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Lancaster Park was the scene for protests during the 1981 Springbok tour. Christchurch, New Zealand Nz History, African History, New Zealand Rugby, Apartheid, All Blacks, Historical Images, Interesting History, World Championship, Back In The Day

Lancaster Park was the scene for protests during the 1981 Springbok tour. Christchurch, New Zealand

Photos, images and visual material related to Patu! Bobby Sands, South African Rugby, Days In July, Historical Images, Unicorns, New Zealand, Irish, Police, Death

Photos | Patu! | Film | NZ On Screen

Photos, images and visual material related to Patu!

Baton-weilding police and demonstrators clash in Molesworth St, with Parliament in the background, during the Springbok rugby tour protest of July New Zealand South African Rugby, Days In July, World Rugby, New Zealand, Police, Tours, History, Forget, Historia

Where were you when: 1981 Springbok tour

Gerard O'Neil recalls being a lone figure standing in the path of helmet-clad protesters in Wellington.

1981 - 'Flour-bomb test' ends Springbok tour The third and deciding rugby test at Eden Park, Auckland, is best remembered for the . Rugby, Eden Park, History Online, All Blacks, Interesting History, Back In The Day, New Zealand, South Africa, Abs

'Flour-bomb test' ends Springbok tour

The third and deciding rugby test at Eden Park, Auckland, is best remembered for the flares and flour bombs dropped onto the playing field. Outside the ground, violence erupted on an unprecedented scale.

Anti-Springbok tour protestors at Palmerston North Native Country, Interesting History, Martin Luther King, Social Issues, Back In The Day, Police Officer, Human Rights, Rugby, New Zealand

The 1981 Springbok rugby tour - 1981 Springbok tour

For 56 days in July, August and September 1981, New Zealanders were divided against each other in the largest civil disturbance seen since the 1951 waterfront dispute. The cause of this was the visit of the South African rugby team – the Springboks.

"Boks Go Home" Signs and flags were shown around the streets, trying to shame the Bok's for Practicing apartheid. Apartheid, Home Signs, Social Issues, Black People, Human Rights, South Africa, Street View, Tours, Flags

"Boks Go Home" Signs and flags were shown around the streets, trying to shame the Bok's for Practicing apartheid.

Rage against the machine: NZ 1981 Political Scandals, Politics, South African Rugby, Days In July, Rage Against The Machine, Rugby Players, New Zealand, Fields, Apartheid

Rage against the machine: NZ 1981

(1981 Tour to NZ) Barbed wire had to be placed around a number of rugby fields to protect the players. But despite these actions, 2 matches were cancelled after major protest riots. Before 1981, South Africa had always insisted that New Zealand send only white players to play in their country. Some of New Zealands's top rugby players have been men of colour. The below link gives some details of the tour from a South African players POV.

Capturing conflict: Robin Morrison - About us - Auckland War Memorial Museum Eden Park, Memorial Museum, A Decade, Auckland, New Zealand, Famous People, Robin, This Is Us, Street View

Capturing conflict: Robin Morrison

Protest photography was one of the themes during our exhibition A Decade of Days – Auckland through Robin Morrison’s eyes. Sharon Hawke and Jos Wheeler, all too familiar with conflict beyond the lens, reflect on Morrison’s images from Bastion Point and the Springbok Tour of 1981.