South Africa's APARTHEID RUGBY The Facts

by South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee, Stop the Apartheid Rugby Tour
New York, New York, United States
August or early Septemer 1981
Publisher: Stop the Apartheid Rugby Tour, South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee
6 pages
Contents: THE GOVERNMENT'S SPORTS POLICY AND GUIDELINES • THE CAUSES THAT PROVOKED ANTI-APARTHEID DEMONSTRATION DURING THE 1969 SPRINGBOK TOUR OF BRITAIN - DO THEY EXIST OR HAVE THEY BEEN REMOVED • PRESENT POSITION IN SOUTH AFRICAN RUGBY • PERMITS • Background to the Springbok Tour of the United States and New Zealand • we say no to apartheid • Pamphlet issued as part of the campaign against the tour of the United States of the South African Springboks rugby team. The pamphlet discusses the National Party (NP), all-white South African Rugby Board (SARB), the South African Rugby Association (Africans), the Currie Cup, the Group Areas Act, the Reservations of Separate Amenities Act, the Bantu Laws Amendment Act, the Native Laws Amendment Act, and sports isolation. • CAMPAIGN FOR THE TOTAL ELIMINATION OF APARTHEID IN SOUTH AFRICAN SPORT
Used by permission of Africa Action, successor to the American Committee on Africa (ACOA), and Richard Lapchick, founder of the American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society (ACCESS). Both ACOA and ACCESS were active in Stop the Apartheid Rugby Tour.
Collection: George M. Houser (Africa collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections