Boycott

pic8914. MPs with the Boycott Bandwagon

As part of the Boycott Apartheid 89 campaign the AAM converted a double-decker bus into a travelling exhibition area and video cinema. The bus was launched in London on 8 June, when a group of MPs took a symbolic ride from the House of Commons to the South African Embassy in Trafalgar Square.

tsh24. Boycott Apartheid 89

T-shirt produced for the AAM’s Boycott Apartheid 89 campaign.

bdg41. Boycott Apartheid 89

Badge produced for the AAM’s Boycott Apartheid 89 campaign.

boy25. Every Bite Buys a Bullet

Leaflet produced for the AAM’s Boycott 89 campaign. It asked shoppers not to buy Cape or Outspan fruit.

bdg40. Boycott Apartheid 89

Metal version of the badge produced for the AAM’s Boycott Apartheid 89 campaign.

boy14. Boycott Apartheid 89 conference – London

This conference gave London anti-apartheid supporters information about the AAM’s Boycott 89 campaign. It was one of 18 regional meetings held all over Britain to mobilise support.

boy31. Boycott Apartheid 89 conference – Yorkshire & Humberside

Regional anti-apartheid committees organised 18 area conferences all over Britain to mobilise support for the AAM’s Boycott 89 campaign. This meeting in Sheffield was for activists in Yorkshire and Humberside, north-east England.

lgs40. Bath AA Group Newsletter

This issue of Bath AA Group’s Newsletter proposed a programme for local activity in support of the AAM’s Boycott 89 Campaign. It publicised regular pickets of Sainsbury’s and a role-playing workshop for new members to help them deal with ‘unfriendly comments’.