Sean O’Donovan became involved in the Anti-Apartheid Movement in 1984 as a student at Middlesex Polytechnic. He joined Haringey Anti-Apartheid Group in north London and served as its Secretary, and later Chair, until it disbanded in 1994. He was active in the London AA Committee, the co-ordinating body for London anti-apartheid groups, and served on the AAM National Executive. He now works as a caseworker for a Labour MP.
In this clip Sean tells how Haringey AA Group spread its message by speaking at meetings organised by political parties, church groups and other local organisations.