Protest march against the All Blacks tour of South Africa - Photograph taken by Greg King, 13 April 1985
Reference Number: EP/1985/1710/17-F
Political drama in the anti tour march in Wellington protesting against the proposed All Black tour to South Africa. Marchers outfitted in cardboard riot police costumes surround a barbed wire wrapped rugby ball. Photographed on the 13th of April 1985 by Evening Post photographer Greg King
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Protest march against the All Blacks tour of South Africa - Photograph taken by Greg King, Reference Number EP/1985/1710-F (1 digitised items)
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Historical Notes: The protest was against the apartheid regime in South Africa. These marchers refer to the protests resulting from the Springbok tour of New Zealand in 1981 when the games were played behind barbed wire barriers, and protesters and police battled it out on the streets. The All Black tour of South Africa planned for 1985 was cancelled
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