[Posters about race relations, apartheid, and the Springbok Rugby tour 1981].

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Date
1981
Ref
Eph-C-RACIAL-1981
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ca 1981: Amandla concert featuring Mahana, Unity, Topp Twins, Adrienne Mereana, Red Flag Bush Band. Auckland Town Hall 23 December. Sponsored by AAA [Artists Against Apartheid. Felt-tip drawing on poster. 1981?]

The Biko Inquest. From the transcript of the court proceedings, the documentary play by Jon Blair and Norman Fenton. A dramatised reading by David Carnegie. Bats Theatre 28-30 April. Presented in support of the Stop the '81 Tour Campaign. Published by the May 1st Mobilization Committee.

The Biko Inquest. From the transcript of the court proceedings, the documentary play by Jon Blair and Norman Fenton. A dramatised reading by David Carnegie. Drama House 93 Kelburn Pde, Thurs-Sat 23-25 April; Bats Theatre, Tues-Sat 28-30 April. Presented in support of the Stop the '81 Tour Campaign. Published by the May 1st Mobilization Committee [Browned and heavily annotated copy].

C.O.S.T. Benefit concert, Wesley Hall, 14 August. (With Town and Country Players, Gloria Gibson, Private Eyes, Naughty Boys, Flame Wave, Rose Wedde, Apirana Taylor, L E Scott, Lindsay Rabbitt, Ian Wedde, Murray Edmond. (2 copies)

Citizens Opposed to the Springbok Tour. The issue is apartheid (folded newspaper). [August 1981]. (2 copies)

Day of rage. September 12. 1977 - Steve Biko murdered; 1980 - NZRFY invites Boks; 1981 - 3rd test: Auckland. Published by the Stop the Tour Action Committee. [1981]. (3 copies)

Demonstrate Rugby Union A.G.M. 12 noon this Thursday 9 April, St Georges Hotel. Fight Apartheid, stop the Tour. [1981].

Drive against apartheid. Biko Memorial Motor Rally. 1 pm-3 pm, 12 September, Eden Park. Be early! [1981]. (2 copies)

Encourage the Springboks to go home. Join the world's biggest anti-apartheid march this Saturday 12 Sept, 2 pm Civic Square. [1981]. (2 copies)

The 50 guilty people. These MPs are responsible for allowing the Springboks into New Zealand. Only they can stop the Tour. ... Remeber Mobilise against the tour on July 3. [1981]. (2 copies)

Fight apartheid! Stop the tour. Their sport ... our politics. Mobilise July 3rd. Assemble 6.30 pm Marion Street. Published by Wellington Section PSA. [1981].

Fight apartheid. Stop the tour. Mobilise May 1st. Published by HART:NZAAM. [198] (5 copies including 2 blank, and 3 with handwritten venues)

Fight apartheid. Stop the tour. Tuesday 25th August. Hawkes Bay's Day of Shame. Assemble at Soundshell, Napier, 12 noon for non-violent anti-apartheid march leaving soundshell at 12.45 p.m. [1981] (2 copies)

Fight apartheid. Support black liberation. AMANDLA / Ngawhetu. [1981]

Fight apartheid. Support black liberation. Stop the tour. March on July 3. Published by the Workers' Communist League. [1981]. (2 copies)

Grand march against apartheid. Friday September 11th assemble CPO. All join us. March to Aotea Square. Theatre music & performances organised by A.A.A. Artists Against Apartheid. [1981] (2 copies)

Mobilise May 1st. Support Christians Against the Tour. Assemble 6.45 Friday May 1st outside the Christian Science Bookshop, Rutherfor House, Bunny Street. Published by the May 1st Mobilisation Committee for Christians Against the Tour. [1981]

Mobilise to stop the tour. Assemble 7.15 pm C.P.O. May 1. [1981]. (2 copies)

Mucrac; a day at the Racists, Hamilton, 25th July 1981 [Operation Everest]. [Four-page account of the event].

National Anti-Apartheid Committee March 21, Bullet in the Back Day for sixty nine black South Africans [1981].

National Day of Shame. It's not a game - It's a day of shame! Gisborne July 22. March on Eden Park. Meet Cnr K'Rd & Symonds St, 4.30. Published by the Stop the Tour Action Committee PO Box 9047, Courtenay Place, Wellington. [1981].

New Zealand Public Service Association Fight apartheid! Stop the tour. Their sport ... our politics. Mobilise - July 3rd. Assemble 6.30 pm Marion Street / published by Wellington Sections PSA [1981].

Porirua Anti Racist Movement March against racism in Porirua on December 17th 1981 at Cannons Creek Shopping Centre [Screenprinted by the Wellington Media Collective, 1981].

Protective helmet area. Hard hats must be worn. "The streets of our country are in turmoil! ... Adolf Hitler 1932. Robert Muldoon, 1981. (2 copies)

Salient / NZUSA Legal defence kit. 4-page newsletter. [1981]

Soweto Day June 16. Fight apartheid - Stop the '81 tour. Published by NZUSA, PO Box 9047, Courtenay Place, Wellington. [1981?] (2 copies)

Springbok the big white lie [1981]

Stop the tour! Apartheid is not a game. Sept. 5th Fowlds Park 12.30 pm. [1981]

Stop the tour. Govt must act now. Mobilise July 3. Fight apartheid. Stop the tour. Published by July 3 Mobilisation National Publicity Committee. [1981] (4 copies, one with Central Post Office venue, one with Square [Christchurch] venue and one with Marion Street venue, handwritten in)

Stop the tour! March against apartheid! Friday July 3, 7.30 Assemble CPO. M.O.S.T. PO Box 2436, Auckland. [1981] (2 copies)

Support the liberation struggle; fight apartheid! Stop the tour; March on May 1. Published by the Workers' Communist League, PO Box 16067, Wgtn

Tell the Govt to stop the tour. March & vigil, July 3, 7.30 pm. C.P.O. PO Box 2436, Auckland. [1981]. (2 copies)

They've brought their national sport with them. Say NO to white South Africa. Boot out the Boks! Published by STAC, NZUSA, PO Box 9047, Courtenay Place, Wellington. [1981]. (2 copies)

Time is running out ... Rally Rugby Union meeting Eden Park 6.30 - 8.30 p.m. Monday March 9 ... Stop the tour! / HART. PO Box 2436, Auckland. [1981] (2 copies)

2 days of shame. Gisborne 22 July, Hamilton 25 July. Be there to protest! If not, protest here in Auckland. Stop the Boks. [1981].

Warning. Your freedom is under attack "By those who would stop the Springbok tour". If you value your freedom, March FOR the tour, March FOR your individual rights. March Fri June 5th. Starts 7 pm Latimer & Cramner Squares. "Keep politics out of sport". [1981] (2 copies)

Yes. We protest. Fowlds Park Sat 5th 12.30. [1981]

Quantity: 37 colour photo-mechanical print(s). 1 felt pen poster.

Physical Description: Photolithographs, coloured or b&w, on sheets up to about 500 mm.

Provenance: Felt-tip poster drawing and heavily annotated copy of "Biko Inquest" poster donated by Andrea Tangohau, Wellington, in 2013. Christchurch July 3 poster donated by Dave Swift, Australia, in 2017.

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37 colour photo-mechanical print(s), 1 felt pen poster, Ephemera, Photocopies, Offset photomechanical prints, Marker works, Posters, Photolithographs, coloured or b&w, on sheets up to about 500 mm., Orientation: Vertical image
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Date: 1981 From: [Posters about race relations, apartheid, and the Springbok Rugby tour 1981]. By: Mobilisation to Stop the Springbok Tour Ref: Eph-C-RACIAL-1981-05 Description: Shows a red stop sign, plus further text. Quantity: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s) on poster.. Physical Description: Screenprint on poster, 448 x 317 m...
Date: 1981 From: [Posters about race relations, apartheid, and the Springbok Rugby tour 1981]. Ref: Eph-C-RACIAL-1981-06 Description: Shows an illustration of the head of a springbok, superimposed on a swastika. The colouring of the poster is green and yellow, the colours of the South Afric...
Date: 1981 From: [Posters about race relations, apartheid, and the Springbok Rugby tour 1981]. By: Workers Communist League of New Zealand Ref: Eph-C-RACIAL-1981-04 Description: Shows a photo of a black soldier holding a small child. The words "Amandla ngawhetu" are a variation of the African slogan "Amandla awhetu", or "Amandla ngaw...
Date: 1981 From: [Posters about race relations, apartheid, and the Springbok Rugby tour 1981]. By: Wellington Media Collective Ref: Eph-C-RACIAL-1981-01 Description: Shows the moko of Te Pehi Kupe above lettering. Part of the poster exhibition "I protest" displayed in the Alexander Turnbull Library foyer, Feb-April 1997....
New Zealand Public Service Association :Fight apartheid! Stop the tour. Their sport ... our politics. Mobilise - July 3rd. Assemble 6.30 pm Marion Street / published by Wellington Sections PSA [1981].
Date: 1981 From: [Posters about race relations, apartheid, and the Springbok Rugby tour 1981]. By: New Zealand Public Service Association; Webb, Murray, 1947- Ref: Eph-C-RACIAL-1981-03 Description: Shows a Murray Webb illustration of a white rugby player tackling a black man on a rugby pitch, while a bullet flies right through the black man's airborne b...