Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust


Alternate Names: South Africa Racial Amity Trust
Duration: 1965-1996
Location: United Kingdom


The South Africa Racial Amity Trust was an educational charity formed in 1966 to promote knowledge of the theory and practice of apartheid in South Africa through research and publication, particularly on the plight of children. It was renamed the Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust (BART) in honour of its treasurer, the former bishop of Johannesburg, following his death in 1980. BART was dissolved in 1996. BART worked closely with the Anti-Apartheid Movement.

Organizational Archive


Title: Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust archive
Time Span: 1965-1996
Description: Archive of the Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust (BART). BART was originally called South Africa Racial Amity Trust.
Housed At: University of Oxford, Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies
Location: Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RG, United Kingdom
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Reference Email: specialcollections.enquiries@bodleian.ox.ac.uk
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