Report of January 1966 - On The crisis in Rhodesia (Zimbabwe) The arrest of Bram Fischer on the 11th October 1965 Campaign for the release of Bram Fischer and the other political prisoners Report of June 1966 on: The disgraceful conditions of human rights that exist in South Africa 25th June 1966 11th celebration of the South African Freedom Day - Outlines details of the programme Demands the release of political prisoners Bram Fischer- Address by Robert Resha of the ANC
Pamphlets, serial issues, reports, leaflets, election campaign literature, flyers, newsletters, other printed matter, letters, sound recordings and video tapes, relating to political, social and economic conditions, Apartheid and race relations, and elections in South Africa; revolutionary movements in South Africa, especially the African National Congress; international support groups, especially in the United States, for such movements; and campus movements in the United States protesting investment in South Africa.
Nelson Mandela at the Johannesburg Stadium in 1990 at what was probably Mandela’s first rally in Johannesburg (as opposed to Soweto) after his release from prison. Mandela with a raised fist; speaking; Walter Sisulu; Winnie and Albertina Sisulu are also in the photos.
1. Mandela shaking hands with a lady 2. the Indian Cricket Team meets Mandela 3. Mandela speaking ath Cosatu's Special Congress 4. Mandela, Amina and Yusuf Cachalia photographed from the back 5. Mandela in a Crowd
ANC gives its backing to UAR South African freedom day June 26; mentions defiance campaign - Nelson Mandela . South Africa expels Anglican priest , June 26, Millions mourn Luthuli , July 3. Luthuli's final failure is a tragedy of South Africa July 31. Freedom fighters, July 31. Luthuli funeral, July 31. Campaign against apartheid August 9 celebration. Albert Luthuli 's death a big blow, August 9.
Occasion - Presidential address to the ANC (Transvaal) Congress Summary - The political climate has changed from the successes of the Campaign for the Defiance of Unjust Laws of 1952 and the ANC must be prepared with a new approach and with a strong and disciplined membership. The new approach is called the "M" Plan and calls for active recruitment and action at the grassroots level. This will enable the ANC to function without calling attention to itself. There is no place in the ANC for those opposed to the "M" Plan.
In this, the opening of the Defence case, Mandela states that his experiences in South Africa and his pride as an African underlie his actions. He details how and why Umkhonto we Sizwe was formed and what its strategies were. He also responds to the allegations of the State one by one and includes an explanation of both his ideological influences and his ideals.
This message, from the leaders in Pollsmoor and Robben Island prisons, and signed on their behalf by Nelson Mandela, was read to the Conference and later presented to a press conference in Lusaka on 25 June 1985 by the President of the ANC, Oliver Tambo.
The collections consists of documents, memorial booklets, pamphlets, photographs and musical sheets of struggle songs. It includes a letter signed by Walter Sisulu and appendices, from the National Action Council of the Congress of the People; several photographs taken during Nelson Mandela's trip through Africa in 1962, in Morroco.
African National Congress (ANC) supporters listening to the address of ANC President Nelson Mandela during the 1994 election campaign, prior to the 27 March 1994 general election, the country's first democratic elections. Taken in a stadium. With a huge 'Mandela for President' banner.
Photographs of Nelson Mandela during the defiance campaign; Nelson Mandela boxing with champion Jerry Moloi on the rooftop of the South African Associated Newspapers (SAAN); photograph of Winnie Mandela in 1962, the African National Congress (ANC) delegation; and marches during the Treason Trial, South Africa.