Anti Spring Bok tour - Marti Friedlander

Anti Spring Bok tour - Marti Friedlander

Anti-apartheid protesters stopping the Springbok rugby tour in Hamilton, New Zealand, July 25, 1981 Copyright and credit: Estate of Robin Morrison, Auckland Museum (www.clarityfilms.org)

Anti-apartheid protesters stopping the Springbok rugby tour in Hamilton, New Zealand, July 1981 Copyright and credit: Estate of Robin Morrison, Auckland Museum

'76 - Second test - The McLook rugby collection It was a hard and intense match in which no quarter was asked or given. The picture shows Bryan Williams being boxed in by Boland Coetzee and Theuns Stofberg

- Second test - The McLook rugby collection It was a hard and intense match in which no quarter was asked or given. The picture shows Bryan Williams being boxed in by Boland Coetzee and Theuns Stofberg

1981 Springbok Tour of NZ - Protesters flood on to Rugby Park.

1981 Springbok Tour of NZ - Protesters flood on to Rugby Park, Hamilton.

The 1981 Springbok Tour and explosive revelations – Politics – Current Affairs – New Zealand Listener

Greater even than Rugby – the 1981 Springbok Tour protests

♥ VINTAGE 80's Protest Badge - FREE NELSON MANDELA Pin

Vans Unisex Authentic Skate Shoe

♥ VINTAGE 80's Protest Badge - FREE NELSON MANDELA Pin

Springbok Tour Protest Poster - 1969

Dropping Māori players from the 1960 All Black rugby tour of South Africa prompted the first large-scale protests against apartheid sport. This poster was produced by the New Zealand Citizens' All Black Tour Association (CABTA), headed by Rolland O'Regan.

Rev George Armstrong is someone I've had the pleasure of interviewing about his life and his peace activism. Here is being taken away from a peaceful demonstration during the anti-Springbok tour of NZ protests of 1981. https://globalenglishnz.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/2845257.jpg

Rev George Armstrong is someone I've had the pleasure of interviewing about his life and his peace activism. Here is being taken away from a peaceful demonstration during the anti-Springbok tour of NZ protests of 1981. https://globalenglishnz.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/2845257.jpg

1981 Springbok Tour. When New Zealanders went up against each other - one side for the sport of Rugby, the other to stop apartheid.

When New Zealanders went up against each other - one side for the sport of Rugby, the other to stop apartheid.

'76 - First test - The McLook rugby collection Paul Bayvel breaking away for Edrich

- First test - The McLook rugby collection Paul Bayvel breaking away for Edrich

1981 New Zealand Riot Police during the Springbok Tour

A lone protester faces a line of police.

1976 All Black tour – Fourth testThis is what he writes about the fourth test with specific reference to the rugby the All Blacks of ’76 played: They died by their own hands, that was the inevitable verdict. True, Bezuidenhout was unconscionably incompetent in at least three incidents which undoubtedly turned the game –and the series- to South Africa.

The McLook rugby collection - - Fourth test - Personal collection of pictures with match descriptions.

Dr. D.H. Craven - 21jaar President South African Rugby Board

Dr. D.H. Craven - 21jaar President South African Rugby Board

This image shows the police running out onto the field after anti-tour protestors broke through and managed to occupy the field, eventually leading to the cancellation of this match.

Police move in at Rugby Park, Hamilton, above, but the protesters had won. Below, Wynand Claassen looks at some of the nails thrown on to the pitch.

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