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ar27. Annual Report, 1987/88

Report of the AAM’s activities covering the period October 1987 to September 1988.

ar28. Report to the AGM, Oct. 1988–Oct.1989

Report of the AAM’s activities covering the period October 1988 to October 1989.

int17a. Victoria Brittain interview clip

Victoria Brittain reported on Southern Africa for the Guardian newspaper in the 1980s. She worked closely with the Anti-Apartheid Movement, interviewing activists from the United Democratic Front and the Southern African liberation movements. She has also written extensively on Angola. Her books from the period include: Hidden Lives, Hidden Deaths, South Aftica’s Crippling of a Continent; Death of Dignity, Angola’s Civil War; and Children of Resistance (edited with Abdul Minty).

In this clip Victoria Brittain describes the change in media attitudes to the Anti-Apartheid Movement in the late 1980s.

int17t. Victoria Brittain transcript

Victoria Brittain reported on Southern Africa for the Guardian newspaper in the 1980s. She worked closely with the Anti-Apartheid Movement, interviewing activists from the United Democratic Front and the Southern African liberation movements. She has also written extensively on Angola. Her books from the period include: Hidden Lives, Hidden Deaths, South Aftica’s Crippling of a Continent; Death of Dignity, Angola’s Civil War; and Children of Resistance (edited with Abdul Minty).

This is a complete transcript of an interview carried out in 2000 by Håkan Thörn.

spo21. Dulwich College leaflet

Leaflet publicising a demonstration at a rugby game between Dulwich College and an all-white South African team.

int19a. Louis Mahoney interview clip

Louis Mahoney grew up in The Gambia and came to study medicine in Britain in the late 50's.He changed after a few years to train as an Actor. He has appeared in numerous theatre,film and television productions.In the 1970s and 80s he represented African-Asian members on the Council of Equity, the Actors union,becoming Vice President 1994-96.He founded Performers Against Racism to defend Equity policy on South Africa.

In this clip Louis talks about his involvement in setting up Performers Against Racism and his support of the cultural boycott of South Africa.

int19t. Louis Mahoney transcript

Louis Mahoney grew up in The Gambia and came to Britain in the 1950s. He has appeared in numerous theatre, film and television productions. In the 1980s he represented Afro-Asian members on the Council of Equity, the actors union and founded Performers Against Racism to defend Equity policy on South Africa.

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

int20a. Patsy Robertson interview clip

Patsy Robertson grew up in Jamaica and came to Britain in the late 1950s. She joined the staff of the newly formed Commonwealth Secretariat in 1965 as its press officer. She was Director of Information and Official Spokesperson for the Commonwealth throughout the years when it played a central role in international opposition to apartheid.

In this clip Patsy Robertson describes the enormity of the task of ending apartheid.