po018. ‘I work a 48 hour week for £2.10p.’
One of the AAM’s priorities was to win support from the British trade union movement. At its Congress in Blackpool in September 1971, the TUC adopted a resolution that reflected a shift towards a comprehensive anti-apartheid policy. It provided the basis for campaigning among trade unionists on arms sales, investment and emigration to South Africa. This poster reproduces the resolution.
|AAM Archives Committee
|AAM Archive, Bodleian Library
|MSS AAM 2512/1
|Malcolm Gluck and colleagues