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Anti-Apartheid Demo, Trafalgar Square, Oliver Tambo ANC leader

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1963
©Peter Davis/Villon Films
London
The AAM launched an Anti-Apartheid Month in November 1963 with a march led by its president, Labour MP Barbara Castle. Speakers in Trafalgar Square included Vanessa Redgrave, Humphrey Berkeley, Woodrow Wyatt, Rev. Nicholas Stacey and Robert Resha of the ANC. The rally coincided with a UN Security Council debate on South Africa. Anti-apartheid meetings were held all over Britain during the month, most of them organised by university anti-racialist societies and addressed by recently arrived South African refugees like Joe Slovo.
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Oliver Tambo
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Various stills and films taken of ANC President Oliver Tambo in London and New York.
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London Stills 1963-67
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Various stills taken by Peter Davis in London in the 1960s.
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