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Anna-Zohra Tikly

int53t. Anna-Zohra Tikly transcript

 

Anna-Zohra Tikly grew up in a household committed to anti-apartheid campaigning and felt part of an extended family of AAM and ANC political activists. Her father was a political exile from South Africa and her mother was a teacher who had moved to London from Scotland. As a teenager she was active in Haringey Anti-Apartheid Group and later worked in the African National Congress’s London office.

This is a complete transcript of an interview carried out as part of the Forward to Freedom history project in 2013.

 

 
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Anna-Zohra Tikly grew up in a household committed to anti-apartheid campaigning and felt part of an extended family of AAM and ANC political activists. Her father was a political exile from South Africa and her mother was a teacher who had moved to London from Scotland. As a teenager she was active in Haringey Anti-Apartheid Group and later worked in the African National Congress’s London office.

In this clip she reflects on the impact of anti-apartheid campaigns on attitudes to race and multiculturalism in Britain.

 
 
 
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