Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Pavement is Ours: ban on anti-apartheid protest defeated

After nearly two months during which the Non-Stop Picket was banned from protesting directly outside the gates of the South African Embassy, on 2 July 1987 the City of London Anti-Apartheid Group won back the right to protest where they … Continue reading

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South African Airways closed: occupied three times in one day

Throughout the first half of 1988 the City of London Anti-Apartheid Group ran a campaign, No rights? No flights!, targeting the offices of South African Airways in London in protest at the banning of anti-apartheid organisations in South Africa.  On 2 July … Continue reading

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