Poster - ECC

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End Conscription Campaign, printed this poster against sending troops into the townships, in The ECC worked closely with the UDF. African History, Women In History, World History, Black History, Cover Design, Political Posters, Apartheid, History Online, Power To The People

End Conscription Campaign (ECC)

In the late 1970s four young men publicly refused to obey their army call-ups by the South African Defence Force (SADF) and were sentenced to up to 18 months in jail. By 1983, 13 objectors had been jailed.

This poster is an offset litho in sepia, produced by the ECC in Johannesburg. This poster depicts the increased anger against conscription. The text reads: Service Medals, Campaign Posters, Armed Conflict, School Of Engineering, History Online, Defence Force, My Land, African History, Troops

ILLEGAL GATHERINGS : Play and the Durban Alternative Scene (c. 1990)

Play was an "alternative" nightclub in my hometown Durban. For a few years around 1990, it was the headquarters for the Durban alternative party movement - a collective of freaks, geeks and...

end conscription campaign Apartheid, Black African American, African American History, Black History, Troops, South Africa, Campaign, War, Elephants

UDF Poster 'NO apartheid war: GUGULETHU LANGA TROOPS OUT OF THE TOWNSHIPS' by End Conscription Campaign (ECC), 20/08/1983 - 20/08/1991, South Africa

A wonderful piece on the youth of the and in South Africa and their rebellion against all that they were taught. This one is about the Durban alternative scene, however this happened all over SA, culminating with the fall of apartheid in Apartheid, African History, Human Rights, Black History, Soldiers, South Africa, Alternative, Campaign, Youth

ILLEGAL GATHERINGS : Play and the Durban Alternative Scene (c. 1990)

Play was an "alternative" nightclub in my hometown Durban. For a few years around 1990, it was the headquarters for the Durban alternative party movement - a collective of freaks, geeks and...

In the late four young men publicly refused to obey their army call-ups by the South African Defence Force (SADF) and were sentenced to up to 18 months in jail. By 13 objectors had been jailed. Conscientious Objector, Living In Europe, Apartheid, History Online, Defence Force, Port Elizabeth, Law And Order, Military Service, African History

End Conscription Campaign (ECC)

In the late 1970s four young men publicly refused to obey their army call-ups by the South African Defence Force (SADF) and were sentenced to up to 18 months in jail. By 1983, 13 objectors had been jailed.

South African History Archive - ECC exhibition displayed at Ditsong National Museum of Military History Protest Kunst, Protest Art, Protest Posters, Political Posters, Protest Signs, Political Art, Activist Art, Environmental Justice, Anarchism

Apartheid (detainees, ANC, UDF, End conscription campaign 150 End of conscription Campaign. Issued by SAM

End Conscription Campaign.(ECC)

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