Audrey McDonald and Peter Jenning write about the role of trade unions in the struggle in Australia against Apartheid in South Africa.
Articles tagged with: memories of the struggle
The Rev. Dorothy McRae-McMahon looks back at her involvement in the Ecumenical Movement and anti-Apartheid in Sydney during the 1980s and 1990s.
Jane Harris tells the story of her involvement in the anti-apartheid movement and her late brother John, a member of the African Resistance Movement (ARM) during the 1960s.
For Tom Carroll the Australian concept of the fair go didn't know and recognise geographic boundaries.
By 1984 Tom Carroll had serious misgivings about competing in Pro Surfing competition in South Africa. He considered the segregation of beaches abhorrent and could not see how it was fair that black people did not have the right to swim with everyone else.
Curator Angus Leendertz discusses the origins and development of the Memories of the Struggle exhibition.
I was very active in the anti-apartheid movement in Melbourne from the late 1960s to mid-1970s. I lived and breathed ‘red’ politics back then. In 2010, I wrote to Nelson Mandela, to share memories of the struggle.