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msc22. ‘South Africa Countdown to Freedom

Mug celebrating South Africa’s first democratic election, held on 27 April 1994.

 
msc23. ‘Freedom at 70’ badge box

Display box for the badge produced for the ‘Nelson Mandela Freedom at 70’ campaign. The AAM aimed to get 1,000,000 people in Britain wearing the badge on Mandela’s 70th birthday, 18 July 1988.

 
msc24. ‘I don’t buy South African goods’ bag

Carrier bag publicising the campaign to boycott South African goods.

 
msc25. ‘Don’t Buy South African Goods’ bag

Carrier bag produced for the AAM’s Month of Boycott Action in March 1985.

 
msc26. ‘Nelson Mandela Freedom at 70’ bag

Carrier bag publicising the ‘Nelson Mandela: Freedom at 70’ campaign

 
msc27. ‘Working for peace and democracy’ bag

Anti-Apartheid Movement carrier bag.

 
msc28. ‘Change for Change’ collecting box

Collecting box for use at AAM events and stalls.

 
msc29. ‘Isolate Apartheid Support the Frontline States’ tea towel
 
msc30. Anti-Apartheid Movement key ring
 
msc31. Women’s anti-apartheid symbol earrings
 
msc32. Anti-Apartheid earrings
 
msc33. Anti-Apartheid Movement pen
 
msc34. Freedom Run medal

From 1989 the AAM held an annual sponsored Freedom Run in Brockwell Park, south London, with races run over various distances. This was one of the winners’ medals.

 
mda35. ‘Mandela Released!’ T-shirts

Leaflet advertising AAM T-shirts, posters and stickers with the slogan ‘Mandela Released! Free South Africa Now!’

 
pri25. ‘Free Political Prisoners’ postcards

Set of six postcards designed by Ken Sprague calling for the release of South African and Namibian political prisoners.

 
80s26. Drawing the Line: Cartoonists against apartheid

Cartoons reproduced from Anti-Apartheid News by artists including Steve Bell, Ken Sprague and Peter Clarke.

 
aae01. AA Enterprises catalogue, 1986

AA Enterprises was a workers cooperative set up in 1986. It asked anti-apartheid supporters to ‘trade against apartheid’ by buying goods from the frontline states, as well as by boycotting South Africa products. It sold goods like coffee and cashew nuts from Angola and Mozambique, and records and tapes of music from Southern Africa. It commissioned designs for T-shirts, tea towels and mugs, sold through its mail order catalogues and by local AA groups. It also marketed goods produced by the AAM, the ANC and SWAPO. 

 
aae02. AA Enterprises catalogue, Summer 1987

AA Enterprises was a workers cooperative set up in 1986. It asked anti-apartheid supporters to ‘trade against apartheid’ by buying goods from the frontline states, as well as by boycotting South Africa products. It sold goods like coffee and cashew nuts from Angola and Mozambique and records and tapes made by musicians from Southern Africa. It commissioned designs for T-shirts, tea towels and mugs, sold through its mail order catalogues and by local AA groups. It also marketed goods produced by the AAM, the ANC and SWAPO.

 
aae03. AA Enterprises catalogue, Winter 1987–1988

AA Enterprises was a workers cooperative set up in 1986. It asked anti-apartheid supporters to ‘trade against apartheid’ by buying goods from the frontline states, as well as by boycotting South Africa products. It sold goods like coffee and cashew nuts from Angola and Mozambique and records and tapes made by musicians from Southern Africa. It commissioned designs for T-shirts, tea towels and mugs, sold through its mail order catalogues and by local AA groups. It also marketed goods produced by the AAM, the ANC and SWAPO.

 
aae04. AA Enterprises catalogue, Summer 1988

AA Enterprises was a workers cooperative set up in 1986. It asked anti-apartheid supporters to ‘trade against apartheid’ by buying goods from the frontline states, as well as by boycotting South Africa products. It sold goods like coffee and cashew nuts from Angola and Mozambique and records and tapes made by musicians from Southern Africa. It commissioned designs for T-shirts, tea towels and mugs, sold through its mail order catalogues and by local AA groups. It also marketed goods produced by the AAM, the ANC and SWAPO.  

 
 
 
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