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Coke Sweetens Apartheid
Maker: American Friends Service Committee (AFSC); Mogauwane Mahloele
Date Made: Circa 1985
Place Made: United States
Measurements: 63.5 cm x 48.3 cm; 25 in x 19 in
Main Subject: South Africa (Southern Africa); Corporations; Coke
Materials: paper (fiber product)
Boycott Now Coca-Cola Trade Mark Registered [on picket signs in graphic] Coca Cola does Business with Apartheid South Africa Coke Sweetens Apartheid Coke out AFCA Boycott Coke Coke Out Now [artist signature] Mogauwane Mahloele Coke Sweetens Apartheid To order Classic Boycott Coca Cola Poster: (404) 586-0460 [union bug]
Acquisition Number: 2008-229
Notes from Penn State Special Collections <http://www.flickr.com/photos/pennstatespecial/6948038340/>: "This poster, sponsored by the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) (Quakers), reflects the Coca-Cola boycott campaigns arising out of the United States in the 1980’s. A highly influential company in South Africa, Coca-Cola was believed to have conducted business, like numerous other corporations, in a way that economically reinforced Apartheid systems; the objective of the boycott was to urge Coca-Cola to divest its business from South Africa and in turn weaken Apartheid social constraints."
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