Long Live Azania! Down with South AfricaPrimary Artist: Annie Johnston

Created: San Francisco Collective, 1983

Medium: Offset Printed

Dimension: 11″ x 16″


Azania is the name that the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC) called South Africa. The PAC was founded by a pan African group led by Robert Sobukwe in 1959. The PAC with the ANC were the internationally recognized liberations movement in South Africa. The PAC objected to the ANC’s statement “the land belongs to all who live in it both white and black” instead advocating a South Africa based on African nationalism. The PAC is now a political party in South Africa.


Image: Drawing of a woman South African Freedom Fighter with gun and Pan Africanist Congress of Azania logo in the background.

Words: Long Live Azania! Down with South Africa.

Speaker: Representative Pan Africanist Congress of Azania, Department of Women’s Affairs

Color: brown, blue ink on blue paper

Event: Friday, February 11, San Francisco, CA at the SF Women’s Building

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