Brooklynites Against Apartheid

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Alternate Names: Neighbors Against Apartheid
Duration: 1984 - late 1980s
Location: Brooklyn, New York, United States

Neighbors Against Apartheid was founded in the Park Slop area of Brooklyn in 1984 when it was learned that people on President Street between 7th and 8th Avenues we letting a film crew make promotional films for South Africans. Members of Neighbors Against Apartheid help form Brooklynites Against Apartheid (BAA). BAA did work on South Africa, Namibia and the Frontline States. For several years it was involved in weekly leafleting of banks, Mobil and British Airways. BAA was opposed to U.S. citizens making money on apartheid.

Organizational Archive

Title: Brooklynites Against Apartheid (Tom Keough and Connie Norgren collection)
Description: This collection includes material of Brooklynites Against Apartheid and other organizations including Art Against Apartheid.
Housed At: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
Location: 100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824, United States
Phone: 517-353-8700
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