Anti-apartheid movements -- United States
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The Radicalism posters collection (approximately 1965-2019) consists of 289 posters relating to topics including Amnesty, Anti-Apartheid, Black Panthers, Campaign Politics, Communes, Communism, Health (AIDS and Safe Sex), Iraq, Labor, LGBT, Local Events and Organizations, Nuclear Arms, Protests, the Student Democratic Society (SDS), Vietnam, and Women’s events (including the White Ribbon Society).
The nine T-shirts in this collection were produced by a number of U.S. organizations. Most relate to the struggle against apartheid in South Africa. One is in support of the struggle against military rule in Nigeria. Most of the T-shirts have been digitized and appear in the T-shirt collection of the African Activist Archive website.
This collection contains the activist papers of William Minter related to African liberation movements from the 1960s to the early 2000s. Most material are newsletters, flyers, and other publications of the organizations with which Minter worked, include the Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa, the Mozambique Support Network, and the Africa Policy Information Center.