The PAC in London

The Pan Africanist Congress of Azania has recently started a social media project to educate their members and supporters about the history of the movement and their contribution to the anti-apartheid struggle. As part of this work, they are also attempting to reconstruct a comprehensive digital and physical archive of the movement. In one of their recent #PACHistoryFriday posts on Twitter (@MyPAConline), they posted this short video of the PAC’s work, in exile, in London in which photos of the PAC with the City of London Anti-Apartheid Group figure heavily.

Helen Yaffe and Gavin Brown are looking forward to working more closely with contemporary PAC representatives in London to help them access, gather and interpret archival material about their exiled members political work and lives in the UK from the 1960s until the end of apartheid.

About Gavin Brown

Professor of Political Geography and Sexualities University of Leicester
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