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Have You Heard From Johannesburg

vid010. David Kenvyn

David Kenvyn joined the Anti-Apartheid Movement when he was a student in the late 1960s. He tells of his anger at the way black South Africans were treated under apartheid.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg

 
vid002. Barbara Castle

Barbara Castle was President of the Anti-Apartheid Movement from 1962 to 1964. She organised a vigil at the 1961 Commonwealth conference at which South Africa was forced to leave the Commonwealth.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg

 
vid003. Abdul Minty

Abdul Minty was Honorary Secretary of the Anti-Apartheid Movement from 1962 to 1994. He recalls the fear among ANC leaders in 1963-4 that Nelson Mandela and his comrades would be hanged.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg

 
vid004. Christabel Gurney

Christabel Gurney helped organise the first protests against Barclays Bank in the early 1970s. She remembers how protesters disrupted Barclays’ annual general meeting in 1972.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg

 
vid005. Mike Terry

Mike Terry was Executive Secretary of the Anti-Apartheid Movement from 1975 to 1994. He reflects on the growth of anti-apartheid feeling in Britain and the strength of its ties to apartheid South Africa.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement.The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg

 
vid006. Lord Hughes of Woodside

 

Labour MP Bob Hughes was Chair of the Anti-Apartheid Movement from 1976 to 1994. He describes the cumulative effect of anti-apartheid campaigns over many years and the broad base of support in Britiain for the Anti-Apartheid Movement.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg

 
vid007. Ethel de Keyser

Ethel de Keyser was Executive Secretary of the Anti-Apartheid Movement from 1967 to 1974 and a long-term member of its Executive Committee. She explains how resistance within South Africa sparked support in Britain.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg

 
vid008. Vella Pillay

Vella Pillay came to Britain from South Africa in 1948 and was a founder member of the Anti-Apartheid Movement. He recalls how he felt when he voted in South Africa's first democratic election in 1994.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg

 
vid009. Mike Terry

Mike Terry remembers the international campaign to stop the execution of Solomon Mahlangu and the trauma of Mahlangu’s hanging in 1979.

This is a clip from an interview for the film series ‘Have You Heard from Johannesburg?’, covering the 50-year history of the global anti-apartheid movement. The series is a Clarity Films production, produced and directed by Connie Field. See http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg

 
 
 
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