Related Sites

A Documentary History of Hampshire College, 1975-1985 Chapter 6 Divestment
http://www.hampshire.edu/archives/3406.htm
Joel Saxe, Hampshire College
Documents related to the Hampshire College Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa (HCCLSA) and the struggle for divestment from companies doing business in South Africa. United States

A Luta Continua: African Liberation Movement Posters from the Collection of David H. Anthony
http://library.ucsc.edu/content/a-luta-continua
University of California Santa Cruz McHenry Library
Images of posters related to liberation movements and the liberation struggle that were part of a 2002 exhibit. Posters show on this website concern Angola, Guinea-Bissau, Namibia and South Africa. United States

A Man of Conscience: A Conversation with Bishop Desmond Tutu
http://abj.matrix.msu.edu/videofull.php?id=29-DF-19
Detroit Public Television
This live episode of the “Detroit Black Journal” features an interview with Bishop Desmond Tutu during a trip to the United States. Charlayne Hunter-Gault is the guest host for this show, which aired on January 15, 1986. In response to questions from Hunter-Gualt, the studio audience, and questioners on the phone, Tutu discusses the Reagan administration policy toward South Africa, the issue of economic sanctions, and the differences and similarities between the struggle in South Africa and the U.S. civil rights struggle. (The video is 1 hour and 4 minutes.) United States

ANC ARCHIVES
http://ancarchives.org.za/
African National Congress
The website consists of material from archives of the African National Congress (ANC) including photographs, posters, audio and video of the struggle against apartheid. The website includes material related to the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), the United Democratic Front (UDF), the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO) in Tanzania, and Black Sash. People represented on the website include Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela, Govan Mbeki, Oliver Tambo, Jay Naidoo, Pallo Jordan, Jacob Zuma, Alfred Nzo, Mendi Msimang, and Joe Modise. Photographs on the website include demonstrations in South Africa and London, and rallies and meetings in South Africa. South Africa

African Media Program
http://www.ngsw.org/~afrmedia/
Michigan State University
The African Media Program (AMP) offers an online, comprehensive database of films, videos, and other audio-visual materials concerning Africa as well as education services about African media. AMP is a project of the African Studies Center at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. The AMP began in 1978 with four years of work to develop a print compendium, Africa on Film and Videotape, 1982. The compendium lists several thousand productions and provides reviews of more than 700 films and videos, reviewed systematically by African graduate students and American specialists on each country. In 2002 the African Media Program offers an on-line comprehensive reference guide to approximately 10,000 films, videos, and other audiovisual materials concerning Africa (both Sub-Saharan and North Africa). It includes film and video productions made in Africa and around the world. This new database incorporates and updates material contained in the 1982 print compendium, adds many new reviews, and provides as complete a citation as possible from a wide variety of sources. United States

African National Congress - ES Reddy
http://www.anc.org.za/themes.php?pageNum_rs=4&totalRows_rs=279&t=ES%20Reddy
African National Congress
E.S. [Enuga Sreenivasulu] Reddy, a national of India, has been an active supporter of the South African freedom movement for more than half a century. As head of the United Nations Centre against Apartheid for over two decades, he played a key role in promoting international sanctions against South Africa and assistance to the liberation movement, as well as in organizing the world campaign to free Nelson Mandela and other political prisoners. The website includes consists primarily of the text of United Nations documents, resolutions and testimonies from 1948 – 1995. The website also includes statements and testimonies by members of the African National Congress (ANC) in exile including Oliver Tambo. The website includes some material by members such as speeches of the ANC in South Africa including Albert Luthuli, Nelson Mandela and Walter Sisulu mostly prior to the ANC's banning. South Africa

African National Congress Oral History Transcripts Collection
http://doddcenter.uconn.edu/asc/findaids/anc_interviews/MSS20070040.html#d0e29
University of Connecticut
The University of Connecticut (UConn) and the African National Congress (ANC) formed a partnership in 1999 to archive and share with scholars materials from the ANC’s struggle for human rights in South Africa, chronicle the struggle through an oral history, and link UConn and the University of Fort Hare on the Eastern Cape of South Africa to focus on comparative human rights. Over six years, 133 oral history interviews were conducted in South Africa. The original transcripts and cassette tapes are housed at the University of Fort Hare. Copies of transcripts are available at the Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut. South Africa

African-American Historical Linkages with South Africa, ca. 1890-1975
http://www.howard.edu/library/Reference/bob_edgar_site/index.html
Bob Edgar, David Anthony
This documentary editing project is chronicaling relationships between African-Americans and Africans in South Africa, both of which experienced white dmoniation and segregation. A two-volume publication is being developed. The website contains a short history and selected photographs. The project is sponsored by the Howard University Department of African Studies and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences as well as the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. United States

Airlift to America
http://www.airlifttoamerica.org/
This website is related to the book Airlift to America: How Barack Obama. Sr., John F. Kennedy, Tom Mboya, and 800 East African Students Changed Their World and Ours by Tom Shachtman. The book and website tell the saga of how a handful of Americans and Kenyans fought the British colonial government, the U.S. State Department, and segregation to "airlift" to U.S. universities, between 1959 and 1963, nearly 800 young East African men and women who would go on to change the world. United States

Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives
http://paton.ukzn.ac.za/Home.aspx
Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives
Alan Stuart Paton (1903-1988), famed author of Cry, the Beloved Country (1948), was also a founding member of the Liberal Party of South Africa (1953). Paton continued to write novels and poetry throughout his life, but he also wrote extensively on matters of a political nature. The Alan Paton Centre and Struggle Archives holds not only Alan Paton’s literary works and related documents and manuscripts, but also papers pertaining to the Liberal Party and other institutions and organizations who contributed to the struggle against Apartheid in South Africa. South Africa

Aluka Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa Collection
http://www.aluka.org/page/content/struggles.jsp
Ithaka Harbors Inc.
"The Collection consists of more than 180 000 pages of documents and images, including periodicals, nationalist publications, records of colonial government commissions, local newspaper reports, personal papers, correspondence, UN documents, out-of-print and other particularly relevant books, oral testimonies, life histories, and speeches." It contains materials from Angola, Botswana, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, the United States, the United Kingdom, and other countries. "Educational and research institutions in Africa can facilitate access to the Struggles for Freedom in Southern Africa Collection and all other available collections free of any participation fee. Institutions outside Africa pay an annual sliding-scale participation fee." United States

American Committee on Africa (ACOA) Archives (Unearthing Africana Collections and Providing Global Access, Part 3)
http://blip.tv/africana-librarians-council-/american-committee-on-africa-acoa-archives-unearthing-africana-collections-and-providing-global-access-part-3-3722493
Christopher Harter
In this 19-minute video presentation, Christopher Harter discusses the work being done by the Amistad Research Center to improve the cataloging of the organizational archives of the American Committee on Africa and The Africa Fund. This work is being funded by a three-year grant awarded by the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Cataloging Hidden and Special Collections Program. Harter’s presentation is Part 3 of a panel organized by the Africana Librarians Council at the 52nd Annual African Studies Association Meeting, 19 November 2009, in New Orleans entitled “Unearthing Africana Collections and Providing Global Access.” The panel was moderated by Laverne Page (Library of Congress). Video production by Regina Roberts (Stanford University). United States

Amistad Research Center
http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org
Amistad Research Center
The Amistad Research Center at Tulane University in New Orleans has a number of collections including the archives of the American Committee on Africa and its associate organization The Africa Fund. United States

Anti-Apartheid and Southern Africa Solidarity Movements in the Netherlands, 1948-1994
http://socialhistory.org/en/collections/anti-apartheid-and-southern-africa-collection-guide
Netherlands Institute for Southern Africa, International Institute of Social History
In 2003-2004, the Netherlands institute for Southern Africa (NiZA) commissioned the writing of a web dossier on the history of the Southern Africa solidarity movement from which it sprang. NiZA was formed in 1997 from the merger of the former Dutch Anti-Apartheid Movement (Anti-Apartheids Beweging Nederland, AABN), the Eduardo Mondlane Foundation (EMS) and the Holland Committee on Southern Africa (Komitee Zuidelijk Afrika, KZA). This dossier was written in 2004 (Dutch version only) and revised in 2009 by Richard Hengeveld, Amsterdam and is in the website of the International Institute of Social History. It is available in English and Dutch. Netherlands

Apartheid Museum
http://www.apartheidmuseum.org
Apartheid Museum
Located in Johannesburg, South Africa, the Apartheid Museum is the story of the triumph of the human spirit over adversity. The Apartheid Museum illustrates the rise and fall of apartheid: The exhibits are from film footages, photographs, text panels and artifacts illustrating the events and human stories that are part of the epic saga, known as apartheid. A series of 22 individual exhibition areas takes the visitor through a dramatic emotional journey that tells a story of a state sanctioned system based solely on racial discrimination. The website includes an online educational resource "Understanding Apartheid." South Africa

Avoice: Anti-Apartheid Exhibit
http://www.avoiceonline.org/aam/
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
The Avoice (African American Voices in Congress) website, developed by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation with the University of Texas Libraries, is designed to capture and preserve the rich history of political and legislative contributions of black Americans. An Anti-Apartheid Exhibit focuses on the role the Congressional Black Caucus played in the anti-apartheid movement. The Exhibit includes galleries of photographs and more than 400 documents. All or most of these documents appear to be from the “Records of the House Sub-Committee on Africa in the Charles Diggs Papers” at the Moorland-Spingarn Research Center, Howard University. United States

BARACK OBAMA MESSAGE TO NELSON MANDELA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ckxh2gWUyMk&feature=related
Barack Obama
Barack Obama message at the launch of the Dear Mr Mandela..,.Dear Mrs Parks: Children's Letters, Global Lessons exhibition at the Nelson Mandela Museum in Qunu. The exhibition was designed by Oryx Multimedia, Cape Town. United States

Basler Afrika Bibliographien / Namibia Resource Centre - Southern Africa Library
http://www.baslerafrika.ch/
Basler Afrika Bibliographien
The Basler Afrika Bibliographien (BAB) in Basel, Switzerland comprises a specialist library and archives on southern Africa. It also includes a publishing house and an Africa antiquarian bookshop. The BAB was founded in 1971 by Carl Schlettwein with the goal of offering access to bibliographic information on Africa in general, with a particular focus on Namibia. The establishment of a Namibia library and numerous special collections was accompanied by a broad range of publishing activities. Since 1995, the BAB has also been known as the 'Namibia Resource Centre – Southern Africa Library'. The archives also include collections from the Swiss anti-apartheid and solidarity movements. Among these are, for example, the archive of the organisation "Medic' Angola/Kämpfendes Afrika" (Inventory AA.5), dossiers of the Swiss anti-apartheid movement (AAB) and of the "Nachrichtenstelle Südliches Afrika" (NaSA). Another collection in these archives relates to the liberation organisation "SWAPO of Namibia" (Inventory AA.3). The SWAPO archive mainly comprises material published by the organisation in exile from the late 1960s onwards, e.g. numerous magazine articles, press releases, circulars, flyers and posters. The collection continues to gather material related to today's governing party "SWAPO of Namibia". All material must be used at the centre. Switzerland

Canada and the Fight Against Apartheid
http://www.cbc.ca/archives/categories/politics/international-politics/canada-and-the-fight-against-apartheid/topic-canada-and-the-fight-against-apartheid.html
Canadian Broadcast Corporation
This site of the Canadian Broadcast Corporation contains a series of radio and television reports on South Africa broadcast from the 1960s through the first democratic elections in 1994. It also includes a report on the first ten years of democracy and a curriculum link for teachers. Canada

Canada, Scandinavia and Southern Africa
http://nai.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2:278156
Nordic Africa Institute
Link to PDF of the a book edited by Douglas Anglin, Timothy Shaw and Carl Widstrand published by the Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, Uppsala, 1978. Sweden

Celebrating the Role of the International Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa's Freedom Struggle
http://scnc.ukzn.ac.za/doc/AAmwebsite/index.html
University of Kwazulu-Natal
As part of the national celebrations to mark the decade of freedom, the Documentation Centre and the Campbell Collections of the University of KwaZulu-Natal jointly hosted a conference A Decade of Democracy: Celebrating the Role of the International Anti-Apartheid Movement in South Africa's Freedom Struggle in Durban from October 10-13, 2004. The conference brought together activists who have been involved in the anti-apartheid struggle from countries such as the UK, USA, India, Australia, Japan, Germany, France, New Zealand, the Nordic countries and the African continent to South Africa. Invitees to the conference included members of the international anti-apartheid movement, stalwarts of South Africa's liberation struggle, members of the South African government, representatives of foreign governments and academics. The website includes many of the papers presented by participants. South Africa

Centre for Popular Memory
http://www.popularmemory.org.za/
University of Cape Town
The Centre is based at the Department of Historical Studies, University of Cape Town in South Africa. It focuses its activities both on and off campus and is committed to using oral history, visual history and digital archiving to contribute to social development and democratization. South Africa

Cooperative Africana Microform Project (CAMP)
http://www.crl.edu/areastudies/CAMP/index.htm
Center for Research Libraries
The Cooperative Africana Microform Project (CAMP), founded in 1963, is a joint effort by research libraries throughout the world and the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) to promote the preservation of publications and archives concerning the nearly fifty nations of Sub-Saharan Africa and to make these materials in microform available to researchers. United States

DC Student Coalition against Apartheid and Racism
http://www.worldyouth.org/dcscar.html
Youth Leadership Support Network
The Youth Leadership Support Network website page on the DC Student Coalition against Apartheid and Racism (DC SCAR). DC SCAR had chapters at area colleges, universities and high schools between 1983 and 1998. The website has photos, an article DC SCAR Foundations & South Africa: A Brief Sketch of Solidarity & Struggles by Doug Calvin and other material on the student movement. United States

Digital Innovation South Africa
http://www.disa.ukzn.ac.za/
Digital Innovation South Africa
Digital Innovation South Africa (DISA) is a freely accessible online scholarly resource focusing on the socio-political history of South Africa, particularly the struggle for freedom during the period from 1950 to the first democratic elections in 1994, providing a wealth of material on this fascinating period of the country's history. DISA has digitized and placing on the web South African anti-apartheid publications from 1950-1994 representing a wide spectrum of political views published during these years, but also a diversity of subjects such as trade unions, religion, health, culture, and gender. South Africa

Digitising the ANC Archives
http://vimeo.com/53312810
David Larsen, Africa Media Online
This video tells the story of the digitisation of the archives of the African National Congress. This was a talk given by David Larsen at the International Liberation Archives Conference held at the ICC in East London, South Africa from October 31 to November 2, 2012. The theme of the conference was "Archives Deepening Democracy." South Africa

District Six Museum, Cape Town, South Africa
http://www.districtsix.co.za/
District Six Museum, Webfactory
The Group Areas act forcibly relocated millions of South Africans from their homes. District Six is the most famous example of this forced relocation policy under the Apartheid government. District Six in Cape Town, South Africa, was named the Sixth Municipal District of Cape Town in 1867. Originally established as a mixed community of freed slaves, merchants, artisans, laborers and immigrants, District Six was a vibrant centre with close links to the city and the port. In 1966, it was declared a white area under the Group Areas Act of 1950, and by 1982, the life of the community was over. 60 000 people were forcibly removed to barren outlying areas aptly known as the Cape Flats, and their houses in District Six were flattened by bulldozers. The District Six Museum, established in December 1994, works with the memories of these experiences and with the history of forced removals more generally. The museum and website serves as a place of remembrance to all who lost so much during those years of state oppression. South Africa

Forward to Freedom: The History of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement 1959-1994
http://aamarchives.org/
AAM Archives Committee
Forward to Freedom tells the story of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement and its campaigns to support the people of South Africa in their fight against apartheid. It also campaigned for freedom for Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Angola, and against South Africa's attacks on its neighbors. On this website you can find out how hundreds of thousands of people all over Britain got involved in anti-apartheid campaigns. You can read documents, watch demonstrations and concerts, and hear from some of those involved. United Kingdom

Freedom Park
http://www.freedompark.co.za
Freedom Park Trust
Freedom Park, with its Garden of Remembrance, is located on a 52-hectare site on Salvokop hill opposite Voortrekker Monument – to juxtapose the past with the processes of moving forward. The project is narrating the story of South Africa’s pre-colonial, colonial, apartheid and post-apartheid history. The Freedom Park is a National Legacy Project legislated by the National Heritage Resources Act No. 25 of 1999 to … “provide a pioneering and empowering heritage destination that challenges visitors to reflect upon our past, improve our present and build on our future as a unified nation.” The chief executive officer is poet Dr Mongane Wally Serote. South Africa

Gandhi-Luthuli Documentation Centre at the University of KwaZulu-Natal
http://scnc.ukzn.ac.za/
University of KwaZulu-Natal
Located at the University of KwaZulu-Natal (Westville campus) in South Africa, the archives have a very large Indian collection. Its extended scope includes a repository on KwaZulu-Natal regional history, the history of resistance to apartheid in the province including the records of individuals, families, organizations and institutions. The Centre actively records and documents, student, faculty and alumni material which is of particular interest to the academic community. A faithful record of contemporary events and the many facets such as health, welfare, education, housing etc. which are embodied in the Reconstruction and Development Program is documented as well. South Africa

Gideon's Gang Marches Again: The Gulf Boycott
http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/toc/modeng/public/HadGide.html
University of Virginia Library, Jr. Charles F. Longino, Jeffrey K. Hadden
In 1970, the Ohio Conference of the United Church of Christ passed a resolution calling for the boycott of Gulf Oil Corporation because of its exploitation of oil in Angola, then a colony of Portugal. In 1971, the Congregation for Reconciliation in Dayton, Ohio formed the Gulf Boycott Coalition. A history of the Gulf Boycott Coalition is recounted in Chapter 6 of Gideon's Gang: A Case Study Of The Church In Social Action by Jeffrey K. Hadden and Charles F. Longino, Jr. (United Church Press, 1974). It is available online from Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library. United States

Global Nonviolent Action Database
http://nvdatabase.swarthmore.edu/search/node/divestment%20type:case_study
Swarthmore College
Includes descriptions of campaigns on colleges and universities for divestment from companies doing business in apartheid South Africa, sweatshops and other issues. The website provides free access to information about hundreds of cases of nonviolent action for learning and for citizen action of campaigns that have reached a point of completion. The cases are drawn from all continents and most countries. The website is a project of Swarthmore College, including Peace and Conflict Studies, the Peace Collection, and the Lang Center for Civic and Social Responsibility. United States

Have You Heard from Johannesburg?
http://www.clarityfilms.org/haveyouheardfromjohannesburg/
Inc. Clarity Educational Productions
This seven-part documentary stories, produced and directed by Connie Field, chronicles “the history of the global anti-apartheid movement that took on South Africa’s entrenched apartheid regime and its international supporters who considered South Africa an ally in the Cold War.” United States

Highlights of Nelson Mandela's Visit to the United States
http://abj.matrix.msu.edu/videofull.php?id=29-DF-21
Detroit Public Television
This special episode of the "Detroit Black Journal" is a 53-minute video report of Nelson Mandela's trip to the United States in June 1990. There is a special focus on Mandela’s trip to Detroit, including Nelson Mandela and Winnie Mandela being greeted by leaders of the International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW). There is also footage from Mandela’s visit to New York and Boston. The show is hosted by Trudy Gallant. She interviews organizers of Mandela’s trip to Detroit, including Margaret Baylor, president of the Detroit chapter of TransAfrica, and Paul Hubbard, former president of New Detroit Inc. Gallant also talks with two prominent Detroit journalists: Susan Watson, a columnist with the Detroit Free Press, and Emery King, an anchor for WDIV-TV, who reported on Mandela’s tour. This discussion intersperses their reflections with video clips of Mandela's appearances. United States

In Memoriam: Activist Poet Dennis Brutus
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=122020269&ft=1&f=1032
NPR
This NRP report on the death of Dennis Brutus includes a 13 minute interview with Brutus originally broadcast on April 22, 1986. United States

In memory of EDUARDO CHIVAMBO MONDLANE '53
http://www.oberlin.edu/alummag/oampast/oam_spring98/Alum_n_n/eduardo.html
Oberlin College
This article in the Oberlin College's Alumni News & Notes by Albert J. McQueen is about Eduardo Mondlane. In the fall of 1951, Mondlane, a 32-year old native of Mozambique, enrolled in Oberlin College as a junior. In 1961 he was elected president of the Mozambique Liberation Front (FRELIMO). United States

Inkworks Press Poster Archive
http://www.docspopuli.org/articles/IW/IW.html
Lincoln Cushing, Docs Populi
Inkworks Press is a worker-owned offset printshop dedicated to providing affordable, quality printing to community and non-profit organizations. This website includes many of the posters produced by Inkworks Press including many related to supporting African struggles against colonialism and apartheid. This website is part of the Docs Populi - documents for the public website. United States

International Institute of Social History (Amsterdam) - Collections on African Labour and Social History
http://www.iisg.nl/collections/africa.php
International Institute of Social History
The Institute for Social History in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, includes the archives of international trade union secretariats and international human rights organizations. The Institute houses collections of material on solidarity organizations including, Angola Comité, (1962 – 1979), Defense and Aid Fund Nederland (1957 – 1991), Komitee Zuidelijk Afrika/Holland Committee on Southern Africa (1872 – 1986) and Werkgroep Kairos (Utrecht) (1971 – 1993). There is a PDF file listing collections created in 2005. Since that time other collections have been added including the Martin Bailey papers. The collection also includes photos, posters, sound recordings and videos. An extensive online Guide to Africa Collections is available. Netherlands

Michigan State University - African Studies Center
http://africa.msu.edu/
Michigan State University
The African Studies Center at Michigan State University (MSU) is the sponsor of the African Activist Archive Project. The Center's web site has links to other projects including the Africa media program and the Africa e-Journal Project. United States

Michigan State University Library - Africana (African Studies)
http://libguides.lib.msu.edu/africana
Michigan State University Library
The Africana Collection of the Michigan State University (MSU) Library is one of the largest in the United States, having been built up since 1960 to support broad faculty involvement in research and development projects on the continent. The Library's commitment to this world area is reflected in the employment of two full-time professional Africana librarians, both of them holding doctorates in African Studies, who provide reference assistance to a wide range of faculty and students at MSU and elsewhere and who are very involved in national cooperative projects. The Library collection of roughly 200,000 books, pamphlets, maps and microform units covers all areas and disciplines. The MSU Libraries Special Collections holds mupltiple African Activist Archive collections donated by people involved in solidarity activities with African freedom struggles, including the anti-apartheid movement. United States

Mozambique History Net
http://www.mozambiquehistory.net
Colin Darch
Mozambique History Net (MHN) was established in April 2008 by Colin Darch who is a documentalist and historian of Mozambique. He worked at the Centro de Estudos Africanos at the Universidade Eduardo Mondlane from 1979 to 1987, and is now resident in Cape Town, South Africa. MHN welcomes constructive criticism and suggestions, and actively seeks professional collaboration. South Africa

Nelson Mandela Foundation
http://www.nelsonmandela.org/
Nelson Mandela Foundation
The Nelson Mandela Foundation leads the development of a living legacy that captures the vision and values of Nelson Mandela's life and work. Through the creation of strategic networks and partnerships, the Nelson Mandela Foundation directs resources, knowledge and practice to add value and demonstrate new possibilities. The Nelson Mandela Foundation embodies the spirit of reconciliation, ubuntu, and social justice. Our work is a celebration of Mandela's life. The Foundation's Memory Programme resources documenting the life and times of Nelson Mandela are to be found in an extraordinary range of locations, both within South Africa and internationally. These resources are embedded in various legal and other jurisdictions. The Memory Programme provides a unique facility which allows people access to this history. South Africa

Nelson Mandela Museum
http://www.nelsonmandelamuseum.org.za/
Nelson Mandela Museum
After his release from Robben Island, Nelson Mandela, as the first democratically elected President of South Africa, received a significant number of gifts from the South African and international community in recognition and appreciation of the role he played in the struggle for peace, freedom and democracy in South Africa and the world. In accepting the gifts he indicated that he did so on behalf of all people of South Africa and further expressed the wish that the gifts be displayed for the benefit and appreciation of the nation, at or near his home village, Qunu, in the Eastern Cape. It is for this reason that the museum comprises the impressive Bhunga building in Mthatha, the Qunu component and the open-air museum at Mvezo. (Source: Nelson Mandela Museum website) South Africa

Netherlands Institute for Southern Africa (NiZA) - Library, Information and Documentation Centre
http://www.niza.nl/
Netherlands Institute for Southern Africa
The Netherlands Institute for Southern Africa (NiZA) Library, Information and Documentation Centre (BIDOC) has an extensive collection on various issues in the southern African region. The collection centres on South Africa, and, to a lesser extent, Angola, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe. The special quality of the collection stems from the fact that it originated from the documentation departments of a number of anti-apartheid and solidarity movements which merged into NiZA: Anti-Apartheid Movement Netherlands (AABN) 1961-1994 (including the former Comité Zuid-Afrika), Institute for Southern Africa (IZA) 1994-1996, Holland Committee on Southern Africa (KZA) 1960-1996 (including the former Angola Committee), and Eduardo Mondlane Foundation (EMS) 1974-1996. In addition, the collection contains also the archives of the Dutch support group for the South African Radio Freedom, the Omroep voor Radio Freedom. Parts of the archives of other organizations and private individuals are also stored at NiZA-BIDOC. Among them, a part of the document collection of the (Holland) Shipping Research Bureau. Netherlands

No Easy Victories: African Liberation and American Activists over a Half Century, 1950-2000
http://www.noeasyvictories.org/
William Minter, Solidarity Research and Writing LLC
This is the website for the book No Easy Victories: African Liberation and American Activists over a Half Century, 1950-2000 edited by William Minter, Gail Hovey and Charles Cobb Jr. (Africa World Press, 2008). All chapters of the book can now be downloaded as PDFs or the book can be ordered on Kindle or as a Google e-book. Transcripts of interviews with 16 U.S. activists also are available on the site. The book includes a Forward by Nelson Mandela. This website also includes Southern Africa Liberation History - Guide to Sources of Liberation Posters United States

Nordic Africa Institute (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet)
http://www.nai.uu.se/indexeng.html
Nordic Africa Institute
The Nordic Africa Institute (Nordiska Afrikainstitutet) in Uppsala was founded in 1962. It serves as a research, documentation and information center on modern Africa for the Nordic countries. The Institute also encourages research and studies on Africa in the Nordic countries and co-operation between African and Nordic researchers as well as disseminates information about current African issues. It is financed jointly by the Nordic countries and governed by a Program and Research Council. Sweden

Nordic Documentation on the Liberation Struggle in Southern Africa
http://www.liberationafrica.se/
Nordic Africa Institute
The Nordic Africa Institute in Uppsala, Sweden, has for a number of years played a role in documenting the Nordic involvement in the National Liberation Struggle in Southern Africa. In 2003 the Nordic Africa Institute initiated a project of identifying archives in the Nordic countries that cover documentation on anti-apartheid resistance and the liberation struggle in Southern Africa, mainly South Africa and Namibia, during the years 1960-1990. At this time there were a large number of organizations in the Nordic countries that took part, e.g. government bodies, youth and church organizations, political parties and solidarity groups. A vast bilateral cooperation emerged and many well documented conferences and meetings were held in the Nordic countries and in Africa during these years. Several visits to refugee camps in Africa and encounters with different leaders are also documented on videos, tapes and in pictures. Organizations in Finland, Norway, Denmark and Sweden have localized, cataloged and organized archives. The material has been indexed in English and is now available in a database that has been created to make the material known and easily accessible for researchers, students and others who are interested in this part of world history. This website includes information on the archives of over 30 organizations. Sweden

Northwestern University, Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies - Poster Collection
http://www.library.northwestern.edu/africana/collections/posters/index.html
Northwestern University Library
The Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies at Northwestern University maintains a comprehensive collection of posters published in Africa and elsewhere. The posters generally represent three themes: the 1970's liberation movements in the former Portuguese colonies; the Anti-Apartheid groups flourishing outside of South Africa in the 1970's and 1980's; and political campaign posters from the historic South African election of 1994. More than 350 are available for searching and viewing online. A description of this collection appears in the "World History Sources" website produced by the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University (see: http://chnm.gmu.edu/worldhistorysources/r/314/whm.html). United States

Organization in Solidarity with the People of Africa, Asia, and Latin America (OSPAAAL) Africa Poster Archive
http://www.docspopuli.org/CubaWebCat/gallery-01.html
Lincoln Cushing, Docs Populi
This website has a series of posters produced by the Organization in Solidarity with the People of Africa, Asia, and Latin America (OSPAAAL). OSPAAAL is based in Cuba. This website is part of the Docs Populi - documents for the public website. United States

Reflecting on the Anti-Apartheid Movement: South African and U.S. Perspectives
http://www.wbez.org/episode-segments/reflecting-anti-apartheid-movement-south-african-and-us-perspectives
University of Chicago
Meeting at the University of Chicago featuring Justice Albie Sachs and Prexy Nesbitt on January 18, 2010. The program is moderated by Evalyn Tennant, Associate Director of the Center for International Studies. United States

Ripple of Hope in the Land of Apartheid: Robert Kennedy in South Africa, June 1966
http://rfksafilm.org/html/about.php
In June 1966 Senator Robert Kennedy made an historic visit to South Africa. This site contains, photos, documents, cartoons, newspaper reports related to the trip. It also contains text and audio of his major speeches. United States

Robben Island Museum
http://www.robben-island.org.za
Robben Island Museum
South Africa’s most infamous prison for political prisoners during apartheid is now a museum. For nearly 400 years, Robben Island, 12 kilometers from Cape Town, was a place of banishment, exile, isolation and imprisonment. It was here that rulers sent those they regarded as political troublemakers, social outcasts and the unwanted of society. Those imprisoned on the Island succeeded on a psychological and political level in turning a prison ‘hell-hole’ into a symbol of freedom and personal liberation. Robben Island came to symbolize, not only for South Africa and the African continent, but also for the entire world, the triumph of the human spirit over enormous hardship and adversity. South Africa

Ruth First Papers
http://www.ruthfirstpapers.org.uk/
Institute of Commonwealth Studies
The Ruth First Papers are the collected notes and writings of Ruth First, South African activist, campaigning journalist and scholar. The project, launched in May 2012, is creating a free online digital archive of a selection of Ruth First’s writings held at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies. It will consist of at least 5,000 pages, digitized and presented as academically rigorous clusters of material. The website includes two of her books currently out of print as well as photographs and audio interviews. It also will contain secondary material including conference items and short academic essays about First’s life and work. The resource as a whole will represent a digital version of the Ruth First Resource Centre that was called for in the immediate aftermath of her assassination in 1982. The Ruth First Papers project is based at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, in partnership with the University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archives and the Centro de Estudos Africanos, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Mozambique. United Kingdom

South Africa: Overcoming Apartheid, Building Democracy
http://www.overcomingapartheid.msu.edu
Michigan State University
South Africa's successful struggle for freedom and democracy is one of the most dramatic stories of our time. This website presents first-hand accounts of the political movement that brought this about in more than 45 video and audio interviews, along with many clips from these interviews. In addition, raw video footage documenting mass resistance and police repression, historical documents, rare photographs, and original narrative tell this remarkable story. Educational activities for high school and undergraduate students are included that use primary materials on the site. Created by three Michigan State University units: the African Studies Center; MATRIX: The Center for Humane Arts, Letters and Social Sciences Online; and the Department of History. United States

South African Democracy Education Trust (SADET)
http://www.sadet.co.za/
South African Democracy Education Trust
The South African Democracy Education Trust (SADET) was established as a project Trust after President Thabo Mbeki indicated his concern about the paucity of historical material on the arduous and complex road to South Africa's peaceful political settlement after decades of violent conflict. The Road to Democracy project is producing a series of books of that title that are a chronological analysis of four decades - 1960-1970, 1970-1980, 1980-1990, 1990-1994. SADET's mission is to examine and analyze events leading to the negotiated settlement and democracy in South Africa with a focus on the events leading to the banning of the liberation movements; the various strategies and tactics adopted in pursuit of the democratic struggle; the events leading to the adoption of the negotiation strategy; and the dynamics underpinning the negotiations process between 1990 and 1994. The books are available online at the website. The project management and research team consists of Dr Gregory Houston (Executive Director), Professor Bernard Magubane (Editor-in-Chief), Dr Sifiso Ndlovu (Director of Research) and Mrs Elsa Kruger (Project Administrator). South Africa

South African Film and Video Project
http://africanmedia.msu.edu/~safvp/
Michigan State University
The South Africa Film and Video Project (SAFVP) is a collaboration of Michigan State University with several institutions in South Africa to broaden access to film and videotape media about South Africa. One on these partnerships – with the Community Video Education Trust (CVET) in Cape Town – resulted in preservation of hundreds of hours of documentary footage of resistance to apartheid during the 1980s and 1990s and an online archive of these materials (see: http://www.cvet.org.za). Information about more than 2500 productions about South Africa appears in the African Media Program database (see: www.africanmedia.msu.edu), and a collection of South African films and videos can be borrowed from the Michigan State University Library. Digitizing and training in digitization at several South African organizations continues. The project was funded by the U.S. Department of Education. United States

South African History Archive
http://www.saha.org.za/
South African History Archive
The South African History Archive (SAHA) is an independent archive dedicated to documenting and supporting the struggles for justice in South Africa. It is located at Constitution Hill, within the Nursery Section of the Women's Jail, on 1 Kotze Street, Braamfontein. South Africa

South African History Online
http://www.sahistory.org.za/
South African History Online
South African History Online (SAHO) is a non-partisan people’s history project. It was established in 1999 as a not-for-profit organization, to promote research; to popularize South African history and to address the biased way in which the history and cultural heritage of Black South Africans has been represented. SAHO’s website is one of the most comprehensive resources on South African history and culture. South Africa

Southern Africa Report
http://www.africafiles.org/sar.asp
Southern Africa Report (ISSN 0820-5582) was published by the Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa (TCLSAC), which later became the Toronto Committee for Links between Southern Africa and Canada (TCLSAC). The magazine was published from June 1985 until October 2000. This website contains the full text of all articles published during the last eight years of the magazine - from Volume 8 Number 1 (July 1992) to Volume 15 Number 4 (October 2000). Canada

Springbok Rugby Tour 1981
http://digital-library.canterbury.ac.nz/data/Collection5/archives/mb_162.pdf
Macmillan Brown Library Archives University of Canterbury
At the conclusion of the Springbok's Rugby tour of New Zealand in July-September 1981 members of the English Department of the University of Canterbury placed advertisements in a number of newspapers and periodicals throughout New Zealand asking for people's comments and experiences. The collection includes both pro-tour and anti-tour contributions. The responses have been deposited in the Library. In order to preserve anonymity, typescript copies, omitting the names and addresses of contributors, have been made; these are available for consultation. The originals have also been deposited: access to these is totally restricted. The material (0.5 meters) is deposited in the Macmillan Brown Library, University of Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Christchurch 8020, New Zealand. Reference Phone: 364-2753 Reference Fax: 364-2816. A digitized version of this is available via Digital Library. To locate the online catalogue information type Springbok in the search feature of the library website. New Zealand

THE STUDENT DIVESTMENT MOVEMENT: ANTI-APARTHEID ACTIVISM ON U.S. COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES
http://etd.ohiolink.edu/view.cgi?acc_num=osu1248983082
John Lindsey Jackson
Dissertation presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Graduate School of Ohio State University, 1989. Full text can be downloaded as a PDF. Contents: Acknowledgments • Vita • I. An Introduction to Student Divestment Activism • II. Emergence of Protest Waves • III. Sources of Protest Events • IV. Impact of Structure on Mobilization • Impact of Campus Protest on Decision to Divest • Problems and Prospects • List of References • List of Tables United States

The Anti-Apartheid Movement
http://www.actsa.org/page-1438-AAM.html
Action for Southern Africa
This web page has a history the Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM), one of Britain's most successful international solidarity movements. This web page is on the Action for Southern Africa (ACTSA) website. ACTSA is the successor to the Anti-Apartheid Movement. United Kingdom

The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission Videotape Collection at the Yale Law School Lillian Goldman Library
http://www.law.yale.edu/trc/
Yale Law School Lillian Goldman Library
The South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission Videotape Collection features over 80 hours of news broadcasts assembled by journalist Max Du Preez, covering the history and activities of the Commission. The site features finding aids to the collection, summaries of each tape, and a short RealMedia presentation highlighting portions of several of the tapes. United States

Truth Commission Special Report
http://sabctrc.saha.org.za/
South African History Archive, South African Broadcasting Corporation
The South African History Archive (SAHA), in conjunction with the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC), has created this website that documents the work of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). It includes streaming video of the 87 episodes of the Truth Commission Special Report television series that was broadcast by SABC in 1996-1998. The video episodes have been catalogued, transcribed, and indexed. The site also includes the text of the TRC Final Report, transcripts from TRC hearings, amnesty decisions, submissions made to the TRC, and other related resources. The video episodes are linked to relevant sections of the TRC documents, which is very helpful to users. The website was released in 2012 to mark Human Rights Month. It was funded by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and Atlantic Philanthropies. South Africa

UWC Robben Island Museum Mayibuye Archive
http://repository.uwc.ac.za/xmlui/handle/10566/29
Robben Island Museum
Located at the University of the Western Cape, the Robben Island Mayibuye Archives includes more than 300 collections of personal and organizational documents reflecting the struggle for national liberation in South Africa. These papers and publications, many of which were banned under apartheid, document the major political events and turning points that culminated in the unbanning of political organizations and the release of Nelson Mandela and other leaders in February 1990, and the country's first democratic election in April 1994. South Africa

United Nations: Historical images of Apartheid in South Africa
http://www.un.org/av/photo/subjects/apartheid.htm
United Nations
Photos from the United Nations photo archive collection. United Nations

University of Witwatersrand - Historical Papers
http://www.historicalpapers.wits.ac.za/
University of the Witwatersrand
Houses a number of collections related to the struggle against apartheid including the Black Sash, the Federation of South African Women, the South African Council of Churches, E. S. Reddy (former Assistant General of the United Nations and Head of its Centre against Apartheid), SPRO-CAS (Study Project On Christianity In An Apartheid Society), the Human Rights Commission (later called Human Rights Committee), Robert Sobukwe, the first president-general of the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), the Kairos Collection (papers of the Kairos Foundation, 1970-2002, Steve Biko, and the Natal Indian Congress. A 400 page guide can be downloaded. South Africa

Video Clip from WGBH Archives: Apartheid protesters at shantytown on Tufts University campus
http://main.wgbh.org/ton/programs/4491_01.html
WGBH Educational Foundation
Tufts students speak out against the university's investments in companies doing business in South Africa. This video is an excerpt. From the WGBH Ten O'Clock News [Boston] archive. Original Air date: November 8, 1985. United States

Video Clip from WGBH Archives: Brandeis chaplains fast for divestment
http://main.wgbh.org/ton/programs/4886_01.html
WGBH Educational Foundation
Brandeis University chaplains and students protest university investments in South Africa. Christy George reports on the end of a two-week fast by chaplains at Brandeis University. Father Maurice Loiselle, Rabbi Albert Axelrad and Reverend Diane Moore discuss their fast and the university's policy regarding South Africa. From the WGBH Ten O'Clock News [Boston] archive. Original Airdate: February 13, 1987. United States

Video Clip from WGBH Archives: Guinea Bissau Conflict
http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/sbro-mla000995-guinea-bissau-conflict
WGBH Media Library and Archives
Excerpt of an interview with Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC) representative Gil Fernandes on the public affairs television program Say Brother on WGBH on February 1, 1972. Fernandes discusses his work, background, and the state of the war in Guinea-Bissau. United States

Video Clip from WGBH Archives: Harvard/Radcliffe Alumni Against Apartheid
http://main.wgbh.org/ton/programs/6375_01.html
WGBH Educational Foundation
Jan von Mehren reports that a small band of Harvard Alumni have announced the candidacy of Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South African for the Harvard University Board of Overseers. Von Mehren notes that the Board of Overseers is elected by university alumni to make policy recommendations. She adds that Tutu is on a slate of candidates nominated by the Harvard/Radcliffe Alumni Against Apartheid organization. Von Mehren's report includes footage of Alumni Against Apartheid members Robert Wolff, Robert Zevin, and Linda Davidoff addressing a small crowd on the Harvard Campus. From the WGBH Ten O'Clock News [Boston] archive. Original Airdate: March 9, 1989. United States

Video Clip from WGBH Archives: Interview with Dennis Brutus
http://main.wgbh.org/ton/programs/1741_01.html
WGBH Educational Foundation
This video clip is an excerpt from an interview with South African poet Dennis Brutus, who reads a poem on the Sharpeville Massacre. From the WGBH Ten O'Clock News [Boston] archive. Original Airdate: March 26, 1982. United States

Video Clip from WGBH Archives: Owusu Sadaukai urges boycott of goods from African Countries
http://openvault.wgbh.org/saybrother/MLA000942/index.html
WGBH Educational Foundation
Clip from a the show Say Brother on WGBH television in which Owusu Sadaukai, National Chairman of the African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC) in the early 1970s, discusses ways African Americans can boycott goods such as Gulf Oil and Portuguese sardines from African Countries as a way of aiding the liberation struggles in Africa. The show aired on March 7, 1973. United States

Video Clip from WGBH Archives: Protest at the South African Consulate, Boston
http://main.wgbh.org/ton/programs/3464_01.html
WGBH Educational Foundation
This video is an excerpt. Willard Johnson demands the resignation of the South African Consul in Boston. Anti-Apartheid protesters gather in front of the South African Consulate at 100 Charles River Plaza in Boston. Willard Johnson announces that the protesters will ask for South African Consul Blankstein's resignation from his post. From the WGBH Ten O'Clock News [Boston] archive. Original Airdate: December 4, 1984. United States

Video Clip from WGBH Archives: Reverend Allan Boesak
http://main.wgbh.org/ton/programs/6262_01.html
WGBH Educational Foundation
Reverend Allan Boesak calls for sanctions against South Africa at Harvard University. This video is an excerpt. From the WGBH Ten O'Clock News [Boston] archive. Original Airdate: January 17, 1989. United States

Villon Films
http://www.villonfilms.com
Villon Films
Villon Films has been independently producing and distributing award-winning films since 1970. With a strong focus on socio-political documentary, the collection spans such issues as government, history, ecology, culture, health and science, women's issues, biography, and the apartheid period of South African history. Villon Films has been independently producing and distributing award-winning films since 1970. With a strong focus on socio-political documentary, the collection spans such issues as government, history, ecology, culture, health and science, women's issues, biography, and the apartheid period of South African history. Anti-apartheid films available include South Africa: the White Laager (1977), a history of Afrikaner nationalism; Generations of Resistance (1980), documenting the long history of African rebellion against white rule up to the student uprising of 1976; and The Nuclear Axis, an exposé of South Africa's move towards the acquisition of nuclear weapons' capability. Canada

richardknight.com
http://www.richardknight.com/
Richard Knight
Personal web site of Richard Knight, who worked for twenty-six years at the American Committee on Africa (ACOA) and The Africa Fund. He is currently Project Director of the African Activist Archive Project of the African Studies Center at Michigan State University. This site contains numerous documents on U.S. corporate involvement in apartheid South Africa and on the campaign for sanctions and disinvestment, many of which were originally published by ACOA/Africa Fund. Also contains information on the struggle for self-determination in Western Sahara and current information on Africa, especially South Africa. United States