Campaign Goods

msc34. Freedom Run medal

From 1989 the AAM held an annual sponsored Freedom Run in Brockwell Park, south London, with races run over various distances. This was one of the winners’ medals.

aae01. AA Enterprises catalogue, 1986

AA Enterprises was a workers cooperative set up in 1986. It asked anti-apartheid supporters to ‘trade against apartheid’ by buying goods from the frontline states, as well as by boycotting South Africa products. It sold goods like coffee and cashew nuts from Angola and Mozambique, and records and tapes of music from Southern Africa. It commissioned designs for T-shirts, tea towels and mugs, sold through its mail order catalogues and by local AA groups. It also marketed goods produced by the AAM, the ANC and SWAPO. 

aae02. AA Enterprises catalogue, Summer 1987

AA Enterprises was a workers cooperative set up in 1986. It asked anti-apartheid supporters to ‘trade against apartheid’ by buying goods from the frontline states, as well as by boycotting South Africa products. It sold goods like coffee and cashew nuts from Angola and Mozambique and records and tapes made by musicians from Southern Africa. It commissioned designs for T-shirts, tea towels and mugs, sold through its mail order catalogues and by local AA groups. It also marketed goods produced by the AAM, the ANC and SWAPO.

aae03. AA Enterprises catalogue, Winter 1987–1988

AA Enterprises was a workers cooperative set up in 1986. It asked anti-apartheid supporters to ‘trade against apartheid’ by buying goods from the frontline states, as well as by boycotting South Africa products. It sold goods like coffee and cashew nuts from Angola and Mozambique and records and tapes made by musicians from Southern Africa. It commissioned designs for T-shirts, tea towels and mugs, sold through its mail order catalogues and by local AA groups. It also marketed goods produced by the AAM, the ANC and SWAPO.