Fighting Apartheid in Islington

Here are details of a new exhibition at the Islington Museum about the history of anti-apartheid campaigning in that borough. Gavin advised the curators about the history of the Kitson family (who lived in the borough) and some of the tensions surrounding events organised by the City of London Anti-Apartheid Group in Islington. We recommend visiting the exhibition, if you can.

Fighting Apartheid -Flyer 2 page

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About Gavin Brown

Professor of Political Geography and Sexualities University of Leicester
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2 Responses to Fighting Apartheid in Islington

  1. I enjoyed reading your blog about Steve. I didn’t know him but he sounds like someone I would have had much to talk about.
    To all the South African Freedom Fighters – past and present – who should not be forgotten – I salute you! Amandla!

  2. Pingback: Nelson Mandela: The Centenary Exhibition (impact and refections) | Non-Stop Against Apartheid

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