Anti Apartheid Protest. (N69)..1981..08.04.1981..04.08.1981..8th April 1981..In protest against a forthcoming Irish rugby tour to South Africa, members of the anti-apartheid movement held a protest at Irish Rugby headquarters. The group made up of both religious and laity were trying to encourage the rugby authorities to cancel the tour which they saw as giving credibility to a corrupt system of government...Image shows the protest group forming at Lansdowne Road,Dublin. Posters were prominent in outlining the inequality of the black population in South Africa.Add to Cart
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