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Archival Collection Name: African National Congress Collection
Time Period of Collection: undated, 1993-1999
Description: Established in 1912, the African National Congress (ANC)was created to provide a political avenue for the struggle for equality of Blacks in South Africa. Working in exile from 1960 until 1990, members of the ANC established foreign offices to continue the political work necessary to end apartheid in South Africa. The governing party since 1994, the ANC has established its archives at the University of Fort Hare, an historically Black institution. In March 1999, the ANC and the University of Connecticut signed a Memorandum of Understanding establishing a partnership to foster training, assistance and cooperation. Materials collected by University staff in preparation for the UConn-ANC Partnership.
Medium: .5 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://doddcenter.uconn.edu/findaids/ANC/MSS19990022.html
Repository: University of Connecticut Libraries, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, Archives & Special Collections
405 Babbidge Road, Unit 1205, Storrs, CT 06269-1205
(860) 486-4500
http://www.lib.uconn.edu/online/research/speclib/ASC/index.html

Archival Collection Name: African National Congress Oral History Transcripts Collection
Time Period of Collection: 2000 - 2006
Description: In March 1999, the African National Congress (ANC) and the University of Connecticut signed a Memorandum of Understanding establishing a partnership to foster training, assistance and cooperation based on the principle of reciprocal learning and consultation. One of the projects resulting from the collaboration between the University of Connecticut and the ANC was the ANC Oral History Project, which conducted and transcribed 133 oral histories of ANC leaders in South Africa between 2000 and 2006.
Medium: 3.5 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://doddcenter.uconn.edu/findaids/anc_interviews/MSS20070040.html
Repository: University of Connecticut Libraries, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, Archives & Special Collections
405 Babbidge Road, Unit 1205, Storrs, CT 06269-1205
(860) 486-4500
http://www.lib.uconn.edu/online/research/speclib/ASC/index.html

Archival Collection Name: Africana poster collection
Time Period of Collection: Unknown, mostly 1970s and 1980s
Description: The collection includes posters produced in a number of countries including in Africa, Europe, Canada, and the United States. Some of the posters were produced by organizations supporting African struggles against colonialism and apartheid.
Medium: Posters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b8131847~S23a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Anti-Apartheid, Melbourne
Location of activities: Australia
Time Period of Collection: 1977 - 1985
Description: The collection includes correspondence, minutes of meetings and the campaign files. Among the persons represented in the collection are Jeanne Daly, John Brink, Mavis Nhlapo, Eddie Funde (ANC), Hadino Hishongwa (SWAPO), David Phillips.
Archive Of: Anti-Apartheid, Melbourne
Medium: 13 cms (1 box)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://xena.lib.unimelb.edu.au/cgi-bin/library?form=Accessions-new.all&accessio_1=86&accessio_2=87
Repository: University of Melbourne, Baillieu Library, Archives and Special Collections
The University of Melbourne, Parkville, 3010
+61 (0) 3 8 344 6848 Reference Phone: +61 (0) 3 8 344 9893, archives@archives.unimelb.edu.au
http://www.lib.unimelb.edu.au/collections/archives/

Archival Collection Name: Australian Anti-Apartheid Movement Victoria: [newsletter]
Location of activities: Australia
Description: Newsletter issues held: Nov.1988-Feb.1989; Jan./Mar. 1990-May 1990; Nov.1990-July/Aug. 1991.
Includes Materials Of: Anti-Apartheid, Melbourne
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn2592367
Repository: National Library of Australia
Canberra, ACT 2600
+ 61 2 6262 1111 TTY: 1800 026 372
http://www.nla.gov.au/

Archival Collection Name: Mervyn Bennun papers
Location of activities: Australia
Time Period of Collection: Approximately 1969 - early 1990s
Description: Mervyn Bennun was originally trained at Cape Town University and subsequently practised as a lawyer in South Africa until his departure for Britain in the 1960s. He became lecturer in law at the University of Exeter from 1969-1970 until his retirement in the 1990s when he returned to South Africa. During his time at Exeter University, he was an African National Congress (ANC) activist in the period when the ANC was in exile in Britain, and was involved with the activities of the Exeter and District Anti-Apartheid Group as Chairman and Secretary. Bennun's publications include Negotiating justice: a new constitution for South Africa (ed. with Malyn D.D. Newitt), and Witnesses for the prosecution in South Africa: some comments. The collection consists of papers accumulated by Bennun during his period at the University of Exeter. Included are: newspaper cuttings, correspondence, flyers and leaflets, typescripts of articles and other writings (including on the trial of the 'Sharpeville Six'). Some books, pamphlets, and periodicals are also included. The materials relate to ANC activities in the UK and of the Exeter and District Anti-Apartheid Group, to human rights and to the period of apartheid in general. Related Units of Description: Book-related print materials belonging to Bennun are also available at the University Library. Donated to the University Library in 1996, together with book-related and other print materials (approximately twenty-two boxes). Archival materials are currently unlisted. Some print materials have been roughly listed: for further details, please contact the Archivist.
Medium: Approximately seven boxes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.library.ex.ac.uk/special/guides/archives/111-120/112_01.html
Restrictions: Contact library in advance.
Repository: University of Exeter Library & Information Service
Stocker Road, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4PT
+44 1392 263873, library@exeter.ac.uk
http://www.library.ex.ac.uk/

Archival Collection Name: Campaign Against Racial Exploitation (CARE)
Location of activities: Australia
Time Period of Collection: 1975 - 1993
Description: Material in this collection include: CARE Newsletters 1975 -1991; Viva (CARE anti-racist newsletter) 1991- 1993; UN Centre Against Apartheid: Republic of South Africa Day; Press treatment of events in South Africa, November 1981, prepared by the Convenor of the Campaign Against Racial Exploitation (CARE); Namibia Independence and Beyond, Conference for the Asia-Pacific Region, Melbourne, Australia, May 6 - 7, 1989, organized by CARE and ANSA; Handouts and leaflets. This is a partial collection and more material exists in personal collections in Australia.
Archive Of: Campaign Against Racial Exploitation
Repository: University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archive
UWC-Robben Island Mayibuye Archives, Level 1, UWC Main Library, Modderdam Road, Bellville, Cape Town
27 (0) 21 959 2939/2954, mayib@uwc.ac.za
http://www.robben-island.org.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=37&Itemid=60

Archival Collection Name: Campaign Against Racial Exploitation (CARE) [publications & oral history]
Location of activities: Australia
Time Period of Collection: 1967?-1990
Description: Publications include: Liberate Southern Africa: a monthly survey of news and opinion published by CARE (1975-1976) and Black ban: Australian and racism in sport by Ian Scott, CARE (1977). There is also interview with Dwayne Peppin who discusses his involvement with CARE, see [Interview with Dwayne Peppin] [sound recording] / [interviewer : Stuart Reid]
Archive Of: Campaign Against Racial Exploitation
Catalog Info: Clich here
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn445750
Repository: National Library of Australia
Canberra, ACT 2600
+ 61 2 6262 1111 TTY: 1800 026 372
http://www.nla.gov.au/

Archival Collection Name: Records of the Luthuli Group of Canberra
Location of activities: Australia
Time Period of Collection: 1986 - 1989 (includes some material 1972 - 1991)
Description: The collection includes: 1. Minutes, newsletters, correspondence, membership lists, agenda papers and circulars of the Luthuli Group. 2. Leaflets and various publications from other sources relating to South Africa (1972-1991).
Archive Of: Luthuli Group of Canberra
Medium: 10 cm. (1box)
Catalog Info: Clich here
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://protocat.nla.gov.au/Record/3354711
Restrictions: Available for reference. Not for loan.
Repository: National Library of Australia
Canberra, ACT 2600
+ 61 2 6262 1111 TTY: 1800 026 372
http://www.nla.gov.au/

Archival Collection Name: Viva : CARE anti-racist newsletter / CARE
Location of activities: Australia
Time Period of Collection: 1991 - 1994
Description: This is a collection of the newsletters Viva published by UWACARE in conjunction with the Campaign Against Racial Exploitation (W.A.). Incorporates the former CARE national newsletter.
Archive Of: Western Australia Campaign Against Racial Exploitation
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn1305540
Repository: National Library of Australia
Canberra, ACT 2600
+ 61 2 6262 1111 TTY: 1800 026 372
http://www.nla.gov.au/

Archival Collection Name: WACARE news : the monthly newsletter of WA Campaign Against Racial Exploitation
Location of activities: Australia
Archive Of: Western Australia Campaign Against Racial Exploitation
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn1398781
Repository: National Library of Australia
Canberra, ACT 2600
+ 61 2 6262 1111 TTY: 1800 026 372
http://www.nla.gov.au/

Archival Collection Name: Western Australia Campaign Against Racial Exploitation (WACARE)
Location of activities: Australia
Time Period of Collection: 1979 - 1994
Description: Items include South Africa: apartheid in crisis - a speech by Raymond Suttner; Australian economic ties with South Africa/ Michael Little; Amandla publications 1984-1988; CARE Newsletters 1979-1990; Viva (CARE anti-racist newsletter) 1991-1992; Liberate Southern Africa-newsletter, African Studies Review and Newsletter December 1994 & June 1995; WACARE News/ January 1994; South African election pamphlet 1994.
Archive Of: Western Australia Campaign Against Racial Exploitation
Medium: 5 Box files: Publications, newsletters, pamphlets,
Repository: University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archive
UWC-Robben Island Mayibuye Archives, Level 1, UWC Main Library, Modderdam Road, Bellville, Cape Town
27 (0) 21 959 2939/2954, mayib@uwc.ac.za
http://www.robben-island.org.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=37&Itemid=60

Archival Collection Name: Austrian Anti-Apartheid Movement
Location of activities: Austria
Time Period of Collection: 1977 - 1993
Description: This collection includes an Information Bulletin, publications, stickers, pamphlets, posters, T-shirts and other miscellaneous items. Most of the material is in German and has been added to the respective collections described before 1992. An inventory is available in the library.
Archive Of: Austrian Anti-Apartheid Movement
Medium: 3 boxes
Catalog Info: Search Collections Database
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://web.wits.ac.za/Library/HistoricalPapers.htm
Repository: University of the Witwatersrand, William Cullen Library, Historical Papers
Private Bag X1, P.O. Wits 2050, Johannesburg
+27 (0) 11 717 1940
http://web.wits.ac.za/Library/HistoricalPapers.htm

Archival Collection Name: Aktiekomitee Zuidelijk Afrika
Location of activities: Belgium
Time Period of Collection: 1972 - 1991
Description: Archives of the Aktiekomitee Zuidelijk Afrika (AKZA) (Action Committee on Southern Africa). A short inventory is available. Many of the publications on South Africa from the collection of AKZA have been stored separately in the University Library.
Archive Of: Aktiekomitee Zuidelijk Afrika
Medium: 140 small boxes (18 meters)
Restrictions: Contact library in advance.
Repository: Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Bibliotheek (Cathlolic University of Leuven Library), Tabularium - University Archives
Mgr. Ladeuzeplein 21, B-3000 Leuven
+32 (0)16 3 24624, Tabularium@bib.kuleuven.be
http://bib.kuleuven.be/bibc/btab/_eng/index.htm

Archival Collection Name: South Africa/Namibia Association
Location of activities: Belgium
Time Period of Collection: 1986 - 1992
Description: Papers include minutes of meetings, correspondence, financial and other documents relating to activities of NGOs in South Africa and Namibia. A large part of the archives consists of nearly 200 project files of the development projects in South Africa which were conducted by the Kagiso Trust.
Archive Of: South Africa/Namibia Association
Medium: 6.75 meters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.iisg.nl/archives/en/files/s/10886428full.php
Repository: International Institute of Social History
Address for visitors: Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT Amsterdam Correspondence address: P.O. Box 2169, 1000 CD Amsterdam
+ 31 20 6685866, info@iisg.nl
http://www.iisg.nl/

Archival Collection Name: Taskforce on the Churches and Corporate Responsibility
Location of activities: Canada
Time Period of Collection: 1970 - 1995
Description: The archives are part of the archives of the United Church of Canada. The records of the TCCR were used extensively by Renate Pratt (Taskforce Coordinator) during the writing of her book: In Good Faith: Canadian Churches Against Apartheid. There is not a finding aid but here are file lists for the bulk of the material.
Archive Of: Taskforce on the Churches and Corporate Responsibility
Medium: 7.2 meters
Restrictions: Contact United Church of Canada Archives
Repository: United Church of Canada/Victoria University Archives
73 Queen's Park Crescent E., Toronto, ON M5S 1K7
(416) 585-4563, info@unitedchurcharchives.ca
http://unitedchurcharchives.vicu.utoronto.ca/

Archival Collection Name: United Church Of Canada, Division Of World Outreach
Location of activities: Canada
Time Period of Collection: 1972 - mid-1990s
Description: In relation to Africa see: SERIES 4: RECORDS OF THE AREA SECRETARY OF AFRICA. This series consists of records of the staff person responsible for Africa, including correspondence; reports of sponsored agencies; press clippings re partnership activities with national churches, social and political agencies, and other mission bodies, and clippings re issues of human rights, divestment, and liberation struggles. Countries include Angola, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Sierra-Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Zaire, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Africa country focuses: Angola, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Sierra-Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Zaire, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Subject areas: Political Instability -Africa, Racism-Africa. A users guide is available.
Archive Of: United Church of Canada
Medium: 5 meters of textual records
Restrictions: Some restrictions apply - contact in advance for details
Repository: United Church of Canada/Victoria University Archives
73 Queen's Park Crescent E., Toronto, ON M5S 1K7
(416) 585-4563, info@unitedchurcharchives.ca
http://unitedchurcharchives.vicu.utoronto.ca/

Archival Collection Name: Centre Henri Aigueperse
Location of activities: France
Description: The archives (unordered) of the Mouvement Anti-Apartheid (MAA, Anti-Apartheid Movement) that had been given to Fédération de l’Education Nationale (FEN, National Education Federation) by MAA's persons in charge (147 boxes, 4 boxes of cards, 1 box of audio and video cassettes). [Note: Much of the archive was lost before it was deposited in FEN.]
Archive Of: Mouvement Anti-Apartheid
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.unsa-education.org/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=4
Repository: Fédération de l’Education Nationale
87 bis avenue Georges Gosnat, 94853 Ivry sur Seine Cedex, France
01 56 20 29 50, national@unsa-education.org
http://www.unsa-education.org/

Archival Collection Name: Anti-Apartheid Bewegung (Anti-Apartheid Movement)
Location of activities: Germany
Description: This collection of documents represents 20 years work in Bonn resident German offices of the AAB. The collection covers the period 1974 - 1994. Among them are e.g. the materials, which to the different campaigns (against weapon supplies, for the release Nelson Mandelas or banks -, fruits -, sport -, Shell -, culture boycott) were provided, as well as the appropriate background information. Other files document the work of the AAB Lokalgruppen and the work of initiatives against the apartheid outside of the AAB. The collection includes correspondences with members of the Bundestag, church dignitaries and members of the South African liberations movement including the African National Congress [South Africa] and SWAPO (South West African Peoples Organization) [Namibia]. The collection contains many Periodicals and brochures from the German-speaking countries, in addition, some from the Netherlands and British anti-apartheid movement and from South Africa. The collection includes posters, transparencies, photos, an exhibition and a small library.
Archive Of: Anti-Apartheid Bewegung
Medium: 750 files; correspondence, posters, publications, campaign materials
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://afas-archiv.de/brosch.html
Restrictions: Contact librarian in advance
Repository: Archiv fuer alternatives Schrifttum
Schwarzenberger Str. 147, 47226 Duisburg
+49 (0) 20 65 / 747 15, afas-archiv@t-online.de
http://www.afas-archiv.de/

Archival Collection Name: Frauen Gegen Apartheid (Women Against Apartheid)
Location of activities: Germany
Time Period of Collection: 1982 - 1993
Description: Papers, correspondence and campaign material of Frauen Gegen Apartheid (Women Against Apartheid). This collection may not be the official archives of the organization. All documents are in German unless otherwise stated. Documents, Press cuttings, correspondence - Frauen Gegen Apartheid Frankfurt. Letters by schoolchildren of a Frankfurt school to Molo Songololo, March 1982. Banken und Apartheid, Unser Geld in Südafrika, Marz 1985. Kauft keine Früchte aus Südafrika!, Baut nicht mit an der Apartheid, 3rd edition. Das Leiden beenden, Informationen und Aktionen zu Südafrika. Angelika Schmidt-Biesalski: Früchte aus Südafrika, Geschichte und Ergebnisse einer Frauenkampagne, 1993. Campaign material, stickers, leaflets, handouts, posters, buttons, matches, balloons, headband. Documents, Press cuttings, correspondence - Frauen Gegen Apartheid Bremen. Bettina von Clausewitz: Ein schwarzes Kind kommt zornig zur Welt, 1987. James Matthews - Gladys Thomas: Schrei deinen zorn hinaus, Kind der Freiheit, 1976. James Matthews: Flügel kann man stutzen, 1977. Thula Baba, 1989. Breyten Breytenbach: Kreuz des Südens, schwarzer Brand, 1977. Weltmission Heute: Zum Schweigen verurteilt In Südafrika gebannt, 1978.
Archive Of: Frauen Gegen Apartheid
Repository: University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archive
UWC-Robben Island Mayibuye Archives, Level 1, UWC Main Library, Modderdam Road, Bellville, Cape Town
27 (0) 21 959 2939/2954, mayib@uwc.ac.za
http://www.robben-island.org.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=37&Itemid=60

Archival Collection Name: Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement
Location of activities: Ireland
Time Period of Collection: 1961 - 1989
Description: The collection includes correspondence, minutes of meetings, statements, briefings, press releases, press clippings, Amandla (official publication), etc.
Archive Of: Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement
Medium: 67 Box files
Restrictions: Unknown, contact in advance
Repository: University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archive
UWC-Robben Island Mayibuye Archives, Level 1, UWC Main Library, Modderdam Road, Bellville, Cape Town
27 (0) 21 959 2939/2954, mayib@uwc.ac.za
http://www.robben-island.org.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=37&Itemid=60

Archival Collection Name: Angola Comité
Location of activities: Netherlands
Time Period of Collection: 1962 - 1979
Archive Of: Komitee Zuidelijk Afrika
Medium: 5.2 meters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.iisg.nl/archives/en/files/a/10739055.php
Repository: International Institute of Social History
Address for visitors: Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT Amsterdam Correspondence address: P.O. Box 2169, 1000 CD Amsterdam
+31-20-6685866, info@iisg.nl
http://www.iisg.nl/

Archival Collection Name: Anti-Apartheids Beweging Nederland
Location of activities: Netherlands
Time Period of Collection: 1971 - 1994
Description: The collection includes correspondence and material relating to various campaigns including campaign fliers. Publications include annual reports (1975-1986), research reports, books, brochures, campaigning materials plus all issues of its magazines Anti-Apartheids Niews, Zuidelijk Afrika Nieuws, and De Anti-apartheidskrant. This is an extensive archive on campaigns related to Southern Africa including South Africa, Namibia and Zimbabwe. Files on the main AABN-campaigns 1973-1976 (Southern Africa Congresses, Rhodesia sanctions campaign, Namibia/SWAPO-support activities, SACTU Support Fund, Banks campaign, Philips and the arms embargo, etc.). Archives Material Support Group 1976-1989 (mainly on material support to ANC, esp. SOMAFCO), Archives Women's Group 1978-1989. 'Education against apartheid' campaign 1976-1991: support for SOMAFCO, etc. (incl. campaign 'Youth against apartheid' 1985). Some 60 (selected) campaign files on AABN-actions and activities 1977-1985. Files on major AABN-campaigns 1979-1993: Cultural Conference 1982, Hearing on South African aggression and Amandla tour 1983, POW-status ANC-combatants 1979-1980, National Anti-Apartheid Manifestation 1988, Foreign Nationals in the SADF 1987-1990, Exhibition 'Hidden Camera' 1988-1989, Hearing on Kidnappings by SA 1988, Welcome Mandela Comité 1990, POPCRU/police activities & political violence monitoring 1989-1993, Ilima Conference a.o. environment SA activities 1991-1993, Ipi Tombi action 1981, disinvestment activities 1980s, activities on gays in SA, etc. Liaison Group (AAM's in EU) 1987-1995 + SANAM/Standing Ctee NGO's (EU). Video-productions and activities AABN 1984-1990. Local AA-groups 1976-1991. Final activities AABN in the autumn of 1994. Foundation CASA 1987-1988 (established to organize the cultural conference and festival 'Culture in Another South Africa' in Amsterdam, December 1987). Foundation Malibongwe 1990-1991 (established to organise the Malibongwe women's conference in Amsterdam, January 1991). Foundation Thembisa 1991-1992 (established to organize building project for returning exiles in the Transkei) For more details see Summarised description of the anti-apartheid archives transferred from NiZA to the IISH (March 2008)
Archive Of: Anti-Apartheids Beweging Nederland
Medium: 230 boxes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://search.socialhistory.org/Record/ARCH03105/Description
Restrictions: Some restrictions. Contact in advance.
Repository: International Institute of Social History
Address for visitors: Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT Amsterdam Correspondence address: P.O. Box 2169, 1000 CD Amsterdam
+ 31 20 6685866, info@iisg.nl
http://www.iisg.nl/

Archival Collection Name: Association of Western European Parliamentarians Against Apartheid (AWEPAA)
Location of activities: Netherlands
Time Period of Collection: 1985 - 1994
Description: This archive includes reports on Namibia; publications relating to South African destabilization in neighboring countries, including Angola and Mozambique; media issues relating to South Africa, including censorship; publications relating to children under apartheid; and AWEPAA News Bulletins.
Archive Of: Association of Western European Parliamentarians Against Apartheid
Medium: 4 Box files
Restrictions: Available to researchers and the general public by appointment only. Those wishing to consult the collections must complete an application form before access will be granted, including details of their research topic.
Repository: University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archive
UWC-Robben Island Mayibuye Archives, Level 1, UWC Main Library, Modderdam Road, Bellville, Cape Town
27 (0) 21 959 2939/2954, mayib@uwc.ac.za
http://www.robben-island.org.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=37&Itemid=60

Archival Collection Name: Boykot Outspan Aktie (Boycott Outspan Action)
Location of activities: Netherlands
Time Period of Collection: 1970 - 1980 (approximate)
Description: Papers and archives of the organization and an oral history interview with Esau du Plessis, founder of Boykot Outspan Aktie, conducted by Hilda Bernstein in Leyden (transcript only).
Restrictions: Special terms and conditions apply, to make sure that the collections are adequately preserved for future generations.
Repository: University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archive
UWC-Robben Island Mayibuye Archives, Level 1, UWC Main Library, Modderdam Road, Bellville, Cape Town
27 (0) 21 959 2939/2954, mayib@uwc.ac.za
http://www.robben-island.org.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=37&Itemid=60

Archival Collection Name: Comité Zuid-Afrika
Location of activities: Netherlands
Time Period of Collection: 1959 - 1971
Description: Archives of the Comité Zuid-Afrika (CZA, Committee South Africa). The collection includes: Correspondence in The Netherlands and internationally 1959-1967 (+ press cuttings) (3 boxes), Correspondence in The Netherlands 1959-1966, various cases 1962-1963 + boycott campaign 1964 (1 box), Minutes etc. 1960-1971 + financial data 1960-1971, World Campaign Political Prisoners 1964, various political activities in The Netherlands 1962-1971 (1 box), Issues of Information-bulletin CZA 1966-1971 (1 box).
Archive Of: Comité Zuid-Afrika
Medium: 6 boxes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.iisg.nl/collections/anti-apartheid/plaatsingslijst-cza.pdf
Restrictions: Some restrictions, contact in advance
Repository: International Institute of Social History
Address for visitors: Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT Amsterdam Correspondence address: P.O. Box 2169, 1000 CD Amsterdam
+ 31 20 6685866, info@iisg.nl
http://www.iisg.nl/

Archival Collection Name: Defence and Aid Fund Nederland
Location of activities: Netherlands
Time Period of Collection: 1957 - 1991
Description: The archive, which came to the International Institute of Social History in 1992, contains some documents form the Comité Zuid-Afrika dated before 1971. The first part of the archive has been microfilmed. This part has been re-packed and numbered with the same numbers as the microfilms.
Archive Of: Defence and Aid Fund Nederland
Medium: 5.6 meters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.iisg.nl/archives/en/files/d/10748944full.php
Repository: International Institute of Social History
Address for visitors: Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT Amsterdam Correspondence address: P.O. Box 2169, 1000 CD Amsterdam
+31-20-6685866, info@iisg.nl
http://www.iisg.nl/

Archival Collection Name: Eduardo Mondlane Stichting (Eduardo Mondlane Foundation)
Location of activities: Netherlands
Time Period of Collection: 1969 - 1994
Description: Archives of Eduardo Mondlane Stichting (EMS) (Eduardo Mondlane Foundation). The archives contain material related to Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde. See: Apartheid and Southern Africa Collection Guide
Archive Of: Eduardo Mondlane Stichting
Medium: 325 boxes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://search.socialhistory.org/Record/ARCH03294
Repository: International Institute of Social History
Address for visitors: Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT Amsterdam Correspondence address: P.O. Box 2169, 1000 CD Amsterdam
+ 31 20 6685866, info@iisg.nl
http://www.iisg.nl/

Archival Collection Name: Kairos Collection (Werkgroep Kairos)
Location of activities: Netherlands
Time Period of Collection: 1970 - 2002
Description: This collection relates to Werkgroep Kairos (Working Group Kairos), whose main archives are located at the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam. The organization was renamed Stichting Kairos (Kairos Foundation), date unknown. Much of the material consists of copies with some exceptions. In co-operation with a large number of non-governmental organizations involved in human rights issues an extensive collection of reports, publications, pamphlets, telegrams and telexes, newsletters and letters was collected. There are a few letters from and to Kairos, but the bulk of the collection is Kairos' research and resource material. Kairos also developed a database and researched reports on detention, torture and deaths in detention for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Some ephemera have been separated including audio-visual material, photos, posters and campaign buttons, stickers and postcards. In 2002, the Kairos Foundation closed its doors. Its resource and research material was then donated to the University of the Witwatersrand.
Archive Of: Werkgroep Kairos
Medium: 36 linear meters
Catalog Info: Search under Kairos in the Collections Database
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://web.wits.ac.za/Library/HistoricalPapers.htm
Restrictions: Affidavits that have not been published have associated restrictions. Affidavits in the Namibia sub-inventory are embargoed until 2010. The Kairos database compiled for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission is subject to restricted access conditions.
Repository: University of the Witwatersrand, William Cullen Library, Historical Papers
Private Bag X1, P.O. Wits 2050, Johannesburg
+27 (0) 11 717 1940
http://web.wits.ac.za/Library/HistoricalPapers.htm

Archival Collection Name: Komitee Zuidelijk Afrika
Location of activities: Netherlands
Time Period of Collection: 1972 - 1986
Description: The archive of this organization (also known as Holland Committee on Southern Africa) includes materials related to minerals, the oil boycott of South Africa, sport. Counties of focus include Angola, Mozambique, Namibia and South Africa.
Archive Of: Komitee Zuidelijk Afrika
Medium: 8.4 meters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.iisg.nl/archives/en/files/k/10756892.php
Repository: International Institute of Social History
Address for visitors: Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT Amsterdam Correspondence address: P.O. Box 2169, 1000 CD Amsterdam
+31-20-6685866, info@iisg.nl
http://www.iisg.nl/

Archival Collection Name: Shipping Research Bureau
Location of activities: Netherlands
Time Period of Collection: 1980 - 1991
Description: The Shipping Research Bureau (SRB) was founded in 1980 by the Komitee Zuidelijk Afrika (KZA), (Holland Committee on Southern Africa) and the Werkgroep Kairos (Working Group Kairos), two Dutch anti-apartheid groups that were active in the campaign for the withdrawal of Shell from South Africa and the promotion of national and international oil embargoes against the apartheid regime; the SRB monitored violations of the oil embargo against South Africa by tracking the movement of oil tankers; the SRB pressured oil companies, transporters, and oil producing states to end sales and deliveries of oil to South Africa; the SRB also pressured national governments and international bodies to adopt relevant measures such legislation banning the involvement of their nationals and companies in the oil trade with South Africa; two European countries, Denmark and Norway, adopted laws banning the transport of crude oil from anywhere in Danish/Norwegian tankers; SRB produced numerous reports on oil deliveries and the companies and countries involved; the United Nation General Assembly adopted resolutions in support of an oil embargo and in 1986 established Intergovernmental Group to Monitor the Supply and Shipping of Oil and Petroleum Products to South Africa; the SRB played a key role in providing information to the Intergovernmental Group to Monitor the Supply and Shipping of Oil and Petroleum Products to South Africa; directors of the SRB included Janwillem Rouweler (1981-1985), Jaap Woldendorp (1985-1991) and Richard Hengeveld (1991ff). A complete set of SRB publications are available the University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archive in Cape Town.
Archive Of: Shipping Research Bureau
Medium: 25 meters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.iisg.nl/archives/en/files/s/ARCH03046.php
Repository: International Institute of Social History
Address for visitors: Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT Amsterdam Correspondence address: P.O. Box 2169, 1000 CD Amsterdam
+ 31 20 6685866, info@iisg.nl
http://www.iisg.nl/

Archival Collection Name: Werkgroep Kairos (Working Group Kairos)
Location of activities: Netherlands
Time Period of Collection: 1971 - 1993
Description: The archive includes a vast collection of documentation, magazines and books. All these items combined provide an opportunity for exploring the anti-apartheid struggle in the Netherlands. This collection also features a wealth of primary material about campaigns in South Africa.
Archive Of: Werkgroep Kairos
Medium: 97.8 meters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.iisg.nl/archives/en/files/w/10886422.php
Repository: International Institute of Social History
Address for visitors: Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT Amsterdam Correspondence address: P.O. Box 2169, 1000 CD Amsterdam
+31-20-6685866, info@iisg.nl
http://www.iisg.nl/

Archival Collection Name: Artists Against Apartheid
Location of activities: New Zealand
Time Period of Collection: 1981
Description: Part of the archives of Peter Wells, a member of Artists Against Apartheid. Essay by Wells on the group's actions during the 1981 Springbok tour; notice about a seminar following the tour; notes for essay; summaries of interviews (most entered under Name) and including David Parkyn, Richard McWhannel and Wallace Sutherland. Further notes re the essay and possibly a production by Peter Wells on the group's actions during the 1981 Springbok tour; list of members; map with annotations showing location of Eden Park; program of tour protest activity in Auckland; draft of comic strip relating to the tour and protest by AAA for 'Art litter'; photocopies of clippings re protest; newsletters and fliers relating to protest; 'Red Squad song'; 'Get knotted - a wedding ballad'; letter, Huia Art Society, asking to be affiliated to MOST, and circular letter; outline of AAA section; list of contacts still to be made; internal memo, Demonstration Committee; notes of Hiwi Tauroa and Colin Kay from Gordon Dryden; early AAA newsletter; Shadbolt on treating with the media; flier, Support the tour, help defend apartheid. Transferred to Oral History Collection - One 60" tape, 6 90" tapes of interviews related to 'Artists Against Apartheid'. Reference numbers: MS-Papers-6467-01 and. MS-Papers-6467-02 See also 4 Papers relating to Artists Against Apartheid (Source: Finding aids on the National Library of New Zealand website.)
Includes Materials Of: Artists Against Apartheid
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://tapuhi.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/spydus/NAV/ARCHIVESNR/OPHDR/2823/453226
Repository: National Library of New Zealand, Alexander Turnbull Library
National Library Building, 70 Molesworth St, Wellington
+64 (04) 474-3030
http://www.natlib.govt.nz/

Archival Collection Name: Citizens Association for Racial Equality [CARE] records
Location of activities: New Zealand
Time Period of Collection: 1966 - 1986
Description: Records include newsletters, correspondence, various publications. Minutes and publications from other organizations associated with C.A.R.E. and its realm of interest.
Archive Of: Citizens Association for Racial Equality
Repository: Macmillan Brown Library, University of Canterbury, University of Canterbury
Private Bag 4800, Christchurch 8020
+64 3 366 7001
http://library.canterbury.ac.nz/

Archival Collection Name: Coalition Against the Tour (Christchurch)
Location of activities: New Zealand
Time Period of Collection: 1985
Description: This 1985 campaign was organized to oppose the tour of South Africa by the New Zealand's national rugby team the All Blacks. The tour was eventually halted by a High Court injunction. The collection comprises correspondence, campaign strategy, media releases, advertising material, miscellaneous newspaper cuttings, etc.
Medium: 0.2 meters
Catalog Info: Clich here
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.nram.govt.nz/record.php?holderid=43&id=6838&parent=ncindex
Repository: University of Canterbury, Macmillan Brown Library
Private Bag 4800, Christchurch
http://library.canterbury.ac.nz/mb/mb.shtml

Archival Collection Name: Hall All Racist Tours (HART Aotearoa)
Location of activities: New Zealand
Time Period of Collection: ca 1967-1993
Description: Contains general subject files including papers relating to campaigns, tours, conferences, relationship with other anti-apartheid groups, race relations, liberation movements and dealings with other organizations. Also includes organizational material including correspondence, minutes, correspondence with government, financial reports, publications, clippings and ephemera. Also contains copies, mock-ups and correspondence relating to the first three issues of HART Report produced by Dick Cuthbert in 1992. These reports contain clippings of articles and similar material relating to the situation in South Africa. One of the founders of HART was Trevor Richards, who served as chair (1969-1980) and international secretary (1980-1985). The papers of Trevor Richards are also in the National Library of New Zealand, Alexander Turnbull Library. Donated by HART Aotearoa, Auckland, 1986 (Acc 86-136), 1993 (Acc 93-042), 1994 (Acc 94-136), 1995 (Acc 95-021, 95-027). (Note on names: HART became Halt All Racist Tours: The New Zealand Anti-Apartheid Movement in 1980. Not clear when or if the name was officially changed to HART Aotearoa. Aotearoa is the indigenous (Maori) name for New Zealand.)
Archive Of: Halt All Racist Tours
Medium: 73 boxes, 23.80 linear meters
Catalog Info: See child records
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://tapuhi.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/spydus/FULL/ARCHIVESNR/OPHDR/4/12707,1
Repository: National Library of New Zealand, Alexander Turnbull Library
National Library Building, 70 Molesworth St, Wellington
+64 (04) 474-3030
http://www.natlib.govt.nz/

Archival Collection Name: Halt All Racist Tours: The New Zealand Anti-Apartheid Movement (HART: NZAAM) Christchurch office
Location of activities: New Zealand
Time Period of Collection: Mostly 1981-1992 (includes some earlier material)
Description: This collection contains the records of the Christchurch office of Halt All Racist Tours: The New Zealand Anti-Apartheid Movement, although there is a great deal of material from other centers including many copies of central office papers and correspondence. While most of our records originate from the post-merger period there are some records from the 1970s that were created by HART and The New Zealand Anti-Apartheid Movement when they were separate organizations. The original records of HART: NZAAM national office is deposited with the Alexander Turnball Library in Wellington. Includes the newsletter entitled 'Amandla.' The collection includes material from other organizations.
Archive Of: Halt All Racist Tours
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://library.canterbury.ac.nz/mb/archives/history480/11.shtml
Repository: Macmillan Brown Library, University of Canterbury, University of Canterbury
Private Bag 4800, Christchurch 8020
+64 3 366 7001
http://library.canterbury.ac.nz/

Archival Collection Name: New Zealand Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa
Location of activities: New Zealand
Time Period of Collection: [ca 1970] - 1992
Description: The records include minutes, correspondence, newsletters, pamphlets, conference papers and other miscellaneous material. One folder of cartoons has been transferred to the Cartoon Archive. Newsletters have been transferred to Serial Collection. Donated by the New Zealand Defence and Aid Fund, Wellington, 1992.
Archive Of: New Zealand Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa
Medium: 17 folders, 2 volumes: 0.30 linear meters; typescript and printed matter
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://tapuhi.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/spydus/FULL/ARCHIVESNR/OPHDR/1/25333,2
Repository: National Library of New Zealand, Alexander Turnbull Library
National Library Building, 70 Molesworth St, Wellington
+64 (04) 474-3030
http://www.natlib.govt.nz/

Archival Collection Name: Thomas Oliver Newnham (Papers relating to anti-apartheid and peace movements)
Location of activities: New Zealand
Time Period of Collection: ca 1965 - 1986
Description: Tom Newnham was national president and secretary of the Citizens Association for Racial Equality (CARE) at various times. Consists of papers collected from Tom Newnham in his work with CARE and the anti-apartheid movement including correspondence, 1977-1984; CARE press releases and submissions; copy of a page of a petition calling for the abandonment of the 1960 tour of South Africa and instructions to petition gatherers; printed matter including pamphlets, CARE, Halt All Racism Tours (HART) and other groups newsletters, articles and other miscellaneous material relating to the anti-apartheid movement. In 1999 scrapbooks containing newspaper cuttings, copies of letters, incoming letters, and other papers, relating to the question of sporting contacts with South Africa from 1975 to 1978, along with court transcripts and other papers on the libel case between Mr. R D Muldoon and Mr. Newnham in 1977, were added to the collection. Transferred to Photographic Archive - 6 photographs - 5 relating to anti-apartheid matters and one to the Peace Squadron. Donated by Mr Tom Newnham, Auckland, 1994.
Medium: 2.06 linear meters; 59 folder(s), 3 boxes (36 folders, 3 bundles); Holographs, mss, typescript and printed matter (some photocopies)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://tapuhi.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/spydus/FULL/ARCHIVESNR/OPHDR/9/141208,1
Repository: National Library of New Zealand, Alexander Turnbull Library
National Library Building, 70 Molesworth St, Wellington
+64 (04) 474-3030
http://www.natlib.govt.nz/

Archival Collection Name: Trevor Richards
Location of activities: New Zealand
Time Period of Collection: 1969 - 1998
Description: Trevor Richards founded Halt All Racist Tours (HART) in 1969 and worked for the organization for many years serving as chair (1969-1980) and international secretary (1980-1985). He remained active in the anti-apartheid movement until the 1990s; his papers reflect his work with the movement, which focused particularly on sporting contacts with South Africa, and the organization behind it. Richards authored "Dancing on our bones; New Zealand, South Africa, Rugby and Racism" (Wellington, New Zealand: Bridget Williams Books: 1999). A significantly longer manuscript of the book is in the collection. The collection includes inward and outward correspondence with individuals, groups and organizations mostly concerned with sporting contacts with South Africa, reports, press releases, clippings and articles, circulars and other papers. Much relates to observance of the Gleneagles Agreement. The collection was donated by Mr. Trevor Richards, Wellington, in 1999. Photos have been transferred to the Photographic Archive. Stickers and buttons transferred to Ephemera Collection.
Medium: 650 folders, 11 linear meters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://tapuhi.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/spydus/FULL/ARCHIVESNR/OPHDR/49/510324,6
Restrictions: Partial restriction: Specified items have been restricted
Repository: National Library of New Zealand, Alexander Turnbull Library
National Library Building, 70 Molesworth St, Wellington
+64 (04) 474-3030
http://www.natlib.govt.nz/

Archival Collection Name: International Solidarity Committee of the Norwegian Labour Movement
Location of activities: Norway
Time Period of Collection: 1969 ?- 1994
Description: Archives of Arbeiderbevegelsens Internasjonale Støttekomité (AIS, International Solidarity Committee of the Norwegian Labour Movement).
Archive Of: Arbeiderbevegelsens Internasjonale Støttekomité
Medium: 17 Meters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.liberationafrica.se/archives/collection.html?id=24
Restrictions: Permission required. Contact the librarian in advance
Repository: Labour movements archives and library [Arbeiderbevegelsens arkiv], AAB
Folkets Hus, Youngsgate 11, N-0181 Oslo
lesesal@arbark.no
http://www.arbark.no

Archival Collection Name: Africa Groups of Sweden
Location of activities: Sweden
Time Period of Collection: 1974 - 1992 plus 1992 and later material
Description: Archives of the Africa Groups of Sweden (AGS) [In Swedish: Afrikagrupperna]. Papers, correspondence, minutes, publications 1974 - 1992 (some later material as well)
Archive Of: Africa Groups of Sweden
Medium: 176 vol. + 12 boxes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.liberationafrica.se/archives/collection.html?id=7
Repository: Archives and Library of the Swedish Labour Movement (ARAB)
Mailing: Box 1124, SE-111 81 Stockholm. Visiting address: Upplandsgatan 4, Stockholm.
+46 8 4123900
http://www.arbarkiv.nu/english.htm

Archival Collection Name: Africa Groups' Recruitment Organisation
Location of activities: Sweden
Time Period of Collection: 1978-1992, some material up to 1997
Description: Records of the Africa Groups' Recruitment Organisation (Afrikagruppernas Rekryteringsorganisation) (ARO). The archives contain extensive correspondence, primarily with solidarity workers but also authorities in various aid countries. There is also material from seminars on solidarity work and minutes and accounts of the organizations' operations as well as material from various projects and campaigns along with courses and seminars. The ARO archives comprise in principle the years 1978 to 1992. Some archival series may have a starting year before 1978 and some may expand beyond 1992. This is due to the fact that some projects, even though they had their main activities some time between 1978 and 1992, could have started or ended before this period.
Archive Of: Africa Groups' Recruitment Organisation
Medium: 74 volumes with an inventory list and 19 shelf meters of unarranged material
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.liberationafrica.se/archives/collection.html?id=9
Repository: Archives and Library of the Swedish Labour Movement (ARAB)
Mailing: Box 1124, SE-111 81 Stockholm. Visiting address: Upplandsgatan 4, Stockholm.
+46 8 4123900
http://www.arbarkiv.nu/english.htm

Archival Collection Name: Brödet och Fiskarna (Bread and Fishes)
Location of activities: Sweden
Time Period of Collection: 1972 -
Description: The archive contains various minutes, comprehensive annual reports and other documents all in Swedish. There is however extensive correspondence with the liberation movements from 1974 and onwards. There are also all the lists of contents in the numerous shipments of goods, all of them in English. There are also reports (Swedish) and many pictures from various visits to settlements in the front line states. Some of the pictures from the trips and the activities in Sweden have been scanned.
Archive Of: Brödet och Fiskarna
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.liberationafrica.se/archives/collection.html?id=14
Repository: Arkiv Västmanland
Postal address: Stadshuset, 721 87 Västerås. Visiting address: Kvarnen, Herrgårdsallén 1, Kolsva
+46-21-18-6880, av@arkiv.u.se
http://www.arkiv.u.se/inside.php

Archival Collection Name: Committee for the Release of Nelson Mandela (Kommittén för Nelson Mandelas frigivning)
Location of activities: Sweden
Time Period of Collection: 1990 - 1992
Description: The archive includes records of the Mandela Gala, March 16, 1990; correspondence; financial records; and press clippings of Mandela’s 1990 visit to Sweden.
Archive Of: Committee for the Release of Nelson Mandela
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.liberationafrica.se/archives/collection.html?id=83
Repository: Archives and Library of the Swedish Labour Movement (ARAB)
Mailing: Box 1124, SE-111 81 Stockholm. Visiting address: Upplandsgatan 4, Stockholm.
+46 8 4123900
http://www.arbarkiv.nu/english.htm

Archival Collection Name: Isolera Sydafrika-Kommitteén (Isolate South Africa Committee)
Location of activities: Sweden
Time Period of Collection: 1979 - 1995
Description: The archives include papers, correspondence, campaign material, newspaper clips, photos, etc.
Archive Of: Isolera Sydafrika-Kommitteén
Medium: 39 boxes. Approx 400 volumes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.liberationafrica.se/archives/collection.html?id=8
Repository: Archives and Library of the Swedish Labour Movement (ARAB)
Mailing: Box 1124, SE-111 81 Stockholm. Visiting address: Upplandsgatan 4, Stockholm.
+46 8 4123900
http://www.arbarkiv.nu/english.htm

Archival Collection Name: Samrådskommittén för Södra Afrika (Consultation Committee for Southern Africa)
Location of activities: Sweden
Time Period of Collection: 1973 - 1974
Archive Of: Samrådskommittén för Södra Afrika
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.liberationafrica.se/archives/collection.html?id=84
Repository: Archives and Library of the Swedish Labour Movement (ARAB)
Mailing: Box 1124, SE-111 81 Stockholm. Visiting address: Upplandsgatan 4, Stockholm.
+46 8 4123900
http://www.arbarkiv.nu/english.htm

Archival Collection Name: Support Association for White Shadows
Location of activities: Sweden
Time Period of Collection: 1985 - 1988
Description: Archives of the Stödföreningen för Vita Skuggor (Support Association for White Shadows). The archive includes minutes, activity reports, printed matters, photos, statutes, indexes, correspondence, financial records, etc.
Archive Of: Stödföreningen för Vita Skuggor
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.liberationafrica.se/archives/collection.html?id=87
Repository: Archives and Library of the Swedish Labour Movement (ARAB)
Mailing: Box 1124, SE-111 81 Stockholm. Visiting address: Upplandsgatan 4, Stockholm.
+46 8 4123900
http://www.arbarkiv.nu/english.htm

Archival Collection Name: Swedish South Africa Committee (Svenska Sydafrikakommittén)
Location of activities: Sweden
Time Period of Collection: 1960 - 1967
Description: The archives include minutes, correspondence, leaflets, circulars, statements and press cuttings.
Archive Of: Swedish South Africa Committee
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.liberationafrica.se/archives/collection.html?id=54
Repository: Archives and Library of the Swedish Labour Movement (ARAB)
Mailing: Box 1124, SE-111 81 Stockholm. Visiting address: Upplandsgatan 4, Stockholm.
+46 8 4123900
http://www.arbarkiv.nu/english.htm

Archival Collection Name: Kämpfendes Afrika/Medic Angola
Location of activities: Switzerland
Time Period of Collection: 1971 - 1988
Description: The Basler Afrika Bibliographien holds the official archives, the library, a poster and photo collection of the group. The archive comprises the organization’s archive including correspondence and other documents relating to its contacts with African liberation movements, especially ZANU, ZAPU, SWAPO, SWANU, ANC, PAC, UNITA, MPLA and ELF. The archives have been indexed. See Dag Henrichsen (ed.): Registratur AA.5. The Archive of the Solidarity Group Medic Angola/Kaempfendes Afrika., Basel 2002.
Archive Of: Kaempfendes Afrika
Medium: Papers, posters, photos, library material
Repository: Basler Afrika Bibliographien / Namibia Resource Centre - Southern Africa Library
Klosterberg 21-23, P.O. Box 2037, 4001 Basel
+41 (61) 228 9333, bab@bluewin.ch
http://www.baslerafrika.ch/e/index.php

Archival Collection Name: Mouvement Anti-Apartheid Suisse (MAAS) / Anti-Apartheid Bewegung der Schweiz (AAB)
Location of activities: Switzerland
Time Period of Collection: 1974 - 2003
Description: Records include minutes, correspondence, newsletters, press releases, periodicals, brochures, leaflets, conference papers, campaign files and material about economic relations between Switzerland and South-Africa. The archives include documents related to the trade relations between Switzerland and South Africa (banks, various Swiss enterprises, tourism) and documents related to different activities, approximately 1977-1991 (conferences, symposiums, parliamentary raids, petitions, fruit boycott).
Archive Of: Mouvement Anti-Apartheid Suisse
Medium: 3.0 meters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.sozialarchiv.ch/Bestaende/Archive/archWeb/Ar38frameset.htm
Repository: Schweizerisches Sozialarchiv
Stadelhoferstrasse 12, CH-8001 Zürich
(043) 268-8750, sozarch@sozarch.unizh.ch
http://www.sozialarchiv.ch/

Archival Collection Name: Poster Archives of the Basler Afrika Bibliographien
Location of activities: Switzerland
Description: With more than 3, 000 African posters, including those from the solidarity and Anti-Apartheid movement in Europe, the poster archives of the BAB is one of the largest existing on the topic. A selection of some 900 posters, including a whole chapter of the posters from various southern African liberation movements (notably SWAPO) and another chapter on the Solidarity and Anti-Apartheid posters (mainly in Europe) has been published: See Giorgio Miescher & Dag Henrichsen, African Posters: A catalogue of the poster collection in the Basler Afrika Bibliographien, Basel 2004.
Medium: 3,000+ posters
Repository: Basler Afrika Bibliographien / Namibia Resource Centre - Southern Africa Library
Klosterberg 21-23, P.O. Box 2037, 4001 Basel
+41 (61) 228 9333, bab@bluewin.ch
http://www.baslerafrika.ch/e/index.php

Archival Collection Name: World Council of Churches, Programme to Combat Racism
Location of activities: Switzerland
Time Period of Collection: ca. 1939 - 1996
Description: This collection brings together the reports, general correspondence, papers, news clippings, trial reports, personal reflections, information on finance (grant proposals) and country files. The archive also documents WCC's support of African liberation struggles prior to the formation of the PRC. Some material has been microfilmed by IDC Publishers see Programme to Combat Racism, 1939-1996 .
Archive Of: World Council of Churches
Catalog Info: Type "Programme to Combat Racism" in quotes in the search box
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://archives.wcc-coe.org/query/
Repository: World Council of Churches Library and Archive
Library and archives of the Ecumenical Center, 7, route des Morillons, 1211 Genève 2
+41 (0)22 791-6279, library@wcc-coe.org
http://library.wcc-coe.org/Home.395+B6Jkw9MA__.0.html

Archival Collection Name: Africa Bureau and related organizations
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1952 - 1978
Description: Papers including administration and research, and correspondence. Publications and related papers, research materials, anniversary addresses, annual reports, papers relating to the Information Digest, Africa Digest, Africa Bureau Fact Sheets, etc., publications assisted by the Bureau, papers relating to sales of publications, papers relating to abortive publications, photographs and maps, etc., [1946-1977]. Financial records, including papers relating to financial policy, accounts, correspondence, bank statements, bills and receipts, records relating to investments and fund-raising, 1951-1979. Study projects on external investment in South Africa and South-West Africa (Namibia), mass removals of population in South Africa, the ceasefire of 1974 and its aftermath in Southern Sudan, etc., [1968-1976]. Reports, correspondence, printed material, press statements, memoranda, statements, etc. relating to South West Africa, [1919-1978]. Legislation, correspondence, reports, memoranda, newspaper cuttings relating to various topics, South Africa, 1909-1978. Statements, correspondence, memoranda, petitions, printed material, newspaper cuttings, etc. relating to the High Commission Territories (Basutoland/Lesotho, Bechuanaland/Botswana, Swaziland), 1934-1973. Correspondence, statements, printed material, petitions, reports, minutes, newspaper cuttings, etc. relating to various topics, Central Africa (Central African Federation, Nyasaland/Malawi, Northern Rhodesia/Zambia, Southern Rhodesia/Rhodesia/Zimbabwe), 1890-1979. Statements, correspondence, memoranda, papers of political parties and pressure groups, newspaper cuttings, etc. relating to various topics, East Africa (Kenya, Uganda, Tanganyika/Tanzania, Zanzibar, Somaliland), 1944-1975. Correspondence, newspaper cuttings, background material, etc. relating to other African territories and Africa in general, 1941-1970s. Conference papers, correspondence, press releases, information papers and background material, etc. relating to international conferences and organizations, 1949-1974. Correspondence, minutes, financial records, etc. relating to trusts, [1951]-1977
Archive Of: Africa Bureau; The
Medium: 327 boxes
Catalog Info: Available through Archives Hub, type "Africa Bureau" in search box
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.archiveshub.ac.uk/
Restrictions: Some restrictions apply. For details, contact reference librarian.
Repository: University of Oxford, Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies
Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RG
+44 (0) 1865 270908, rhodes.house.library@bodley.ox.ac.uk
http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/

Archival Collection Name: Anti-Apartheid Movement
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1956 - 1998
Description: Archive of the Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM) and predecessor material including the Boycott Movement. The final meeting of the AAM Executive Committee decided to establish an AAM Archives Committee to support the cataloging of the Movement's archives. The arrangement of the archive reflects in part the structural organization of the Anti-Apartheid Movement and in part the areas in which it campaigned. There are sections for the papers of the governing bodies, committees, local groups and the work of the AAM headquarters and for the various campaign areas, lobbying of the British government and international organizations and co-operation with anti-apartheid groups around the world. Further sections contain posters, photographs, audio-visual material, exhibition material, artwork and objects. Also contained within the overall archive is material relating to organizations which worked closely with the AAM, some of which the AAM serviced. These include the Liaison Group of AAMs in the EU, Southern Africa the Imprisoned Society, the Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust, and the Namibia Support Committee.
Archive Of: Anti-Apartheid Movement
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/rhl/aam/aam.html
Repository: University of Oxford, Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies
Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RG
+44 (0) 1865 270908, rhodes.house.library@bodley.ox.ac.uk
http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/

Archival Collection Name: Anti-Apartheid Movement in Scotland Archive
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1965-1994 (predominant 1976-1994)
Description: The collection holds the minutes, papers and correspondence of the organization from 1975 to 1994, including the Scottish Committee of AAM. The archive also holds some Glasgow and Edinburgh branch meeting material and other documentation that predates the establishment of the Scottish Committee. Further to this there is a large collection of national and international material which helps create a full picture of the Movement’s activities and gives an indication of other organizations that gave their support. The Archive is also rich in ephemera including, posters, stickers, and postcards.
Archive Of: Anti-Apartheid Movement: Scottish Committee
Medium: 24 Meters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.gcal.ac.uk/archives/aams/index.html
Restrictions: Open by arrangement with the Archivist
Repository: Glasgow Caledonian University Library
Learning Services Office, Glasgow Caledonian University, City Campus, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow G4 0BA
+44-141-331-3879, learning.services@gcal.ac.uk
http://www.learningservices.gcal.ac.uk/library/index.html

Archival Collection Name: Anti-Apartheid Movement, Wales
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1975 - 1998
Description: Correspondence, newsletter and conference papers 1975-98 (2003/5)
Restrictions: Access to the Archives is by appointment only
Repository: University of Wales Swansea, Archives, Library and Information Services
Singleton Park, Swansea, SA2 8PP, Wales
01792 295021, archives@swansea.ac.uk
http://www.swan.ac.uk/lis/historical_collections/archives.asp

Archival Collection Name: Archbishop Trevor Huddleston (correspondence and papers)
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: Africa: primarily 1943-1998
Description: In 1943 Trevor Huddleston was sent to the diocese of Johannesburg in South Africa as Priest-in-Charge of the Community's Sophiatown and Orlando Anglican Missions. In 1949 Huddleston was appointed Provincial of the Community of the Resurrection in South Africa and Superintendent of St. Peter's School (the church school). In South Africa Huddleston became active in the struggle against apartheid. He campaigned against the forced removal of the black community from Sophiatown and decided to close St. Peter's School rather than hand it over to government control following the passing of the Bantu Education Act. In 1956 he was recalled to England. He addressed the founding meeting of the Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM) in June 1959. In 1960 Huddleston returned to Africa when he was appointed Bishop of Masasi in Tanganyika. He was transferred back to England in 1968 to serve as Suffragan Bishop of Stepney in London. The following year he was elected Vice-President of the AAM. In 1978 Huddleston was appointed Bishop of Mauritius and, shortly later, Archbishop of the Indian Ocean. In 1981 he was elected President of the AAM. He retired to England two years later (1983). Although retired, Huddleston continued to support many organizations and groups. This included serving as President of the AAM (1981-94) and Chairman of the International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (1983-98). Correspondence and papers relating to Huddleston's work, the organizations in which he was involved, and his friends and colleagues. Included are sermons, speeches, photographs, audio-visual material and newspaper cuttings.
Includes Materials Of: Anti-Apartheid Movement, International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/dept/scwmss/wmss/online/blcas/huddleston.html
Repository: University of Oxford, Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies
Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RG
+44 (0) 1865 270908, rhodes.house.library@bodley.ox.ac.uk
http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/

Archival Collection Name: Mervyn (papers) Bennun
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Description: Mervyn Bennun was originally trained at Cape Town University and subsequently practised as a lawyer in South Africa until his departure for Britain in the 1960s. He became lecturer in law at the University of Exeter from 1969-1970 until his retirement in the 1990s when he returned to South Africa. During his time at Exeter University, he was an African National Congress (ANC) activist in the period when the ANC was in exile in Britain, and was involved with the activities of the Exeter and District Anti-Apartheid Group as Chairman and Secretary. The collection consists of papers accumulated by Bennun during his period at the University of Exeter. Included are: news cuttings, correspondence, flyers and leaflets, typescripts of articles and other writings (including on the trial of the 'Sharpeville Six'). Some books, pamphlets, and periodicals are also included. The materials relate to ANC activities in the UK and of the Exeter and District Anti-Apartheid Group, to human rights and to the period of apartheid in general. Bennun's publications include Negotiating Justice: A New Constitution for South Africa (ed. with Malyn D.D. Newitt), and Witnesses for the Prosecution in South Africa: Some Comments. Archival materials are currently unlisted. Some print materials have been roughly listed: for further details, please contact the Archivist.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.library.ex.ac.uk/special/guides/archives/111-120/112_01.html#note
Restrictions: Contact librarian in advance
Repository: University of Exeter Library & Information Service
Stocker Road, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4PT
+44 1392 263873, library@exeter.ac.uk
http://www.library.ex.ac.uk/

Archival Collection Name: Birmingham Anti-Apartheid Movement
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1966 - 1994
Description: Much of the archive dates from the 1980s and early 1990s, when campaigns against apartheid began to reach a wider audience. Material relating to the campaign for a consumer boycott of goods from South Africa survives in the archive, and interestingly contains proofs of the leaflets handed out. As well as being in English, these leaflets were translated into Urdu, Gujarati, Hindi, Bengali and Punjabi, in an attempt to appeal to all of the city's diverse communities. The archive contains detailed information on the relationship between the British Anti-Apartheid Movement and the Birmingham Anti-Apartheid Movement, and some of the fund-raising events organized in Birmingham to support the African National Congress (ANC), such as the yearly Soweto Walks, are highlighted.
Archive Of: Birmingham Anti-Apartheid Movement
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/GenerateContent?CONTENT_ITEM_ID=12863&CONTENT_ITEM_TYPE=0&MENU_ID=11337
Restrictions: Contact librarian in advance
Repository: Birmingham City Archives
Central Library, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham, B3 3HQ, England
(0) 121-303-4511 or (0) 121-303-4512 (Customer Services), archives@birmingham.gov.uk
http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/archives

Archival Collection Name: Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust archive
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1965-1996
Description: Archive of the Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust (BART). BART was originally called South Africa Racial Amity Trust.
Archive Of: Bishop Ambrose Reeves Trust
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/dept/scwmss/wmss/online/blcas/bart.html
Repository: University of Oxford, Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies
Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RG
+44 (0) 1865 270908, rhodes.house.library@bodley.ox.ac.uk
http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/

Archival Collection Name: Christian Concern for Southern Africa
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1966 - 1993
Description: The collection comprises papers on the constitution of the CCSA; its Executive Committee and Annual General Meeting papers; finance papers and examples of many of CCSA's publications and reports. Also included are files of correspondence between CCSA and churches and religious organizations, affiliated support groups and British companies in South Africa. Papers also include those of the Oil Working Group, which contain material on the Royal Dutch/Shell Group; the mass lobby of Parliament (17 June 1986) for 'Sanctions against Apartheid' organized by CCSA, and the Ethical Investment Research Service, founded as an independent offshoot of CCSA. System of Arrangement: The collection has been arranged into twenty sections: constitution and policy papers; Executive Committee papers; Annual General Meeting papers; finance papers; correspondence with churches and other religious bodies; affiliated support groups (British groups / International groups); South Africa organizations files; papers relating to government and political parties; papers relating to sanctions and investment groups; Oil Working Group papers; companies involved in South Africa; CCSA general reference files; Lobby of Parliament (June 17, 1986); essays, papers, seminars and conferences; published materials; office administration; Ethical Investment Research Service; press cuttings, and CCSA publications. An unpublished hand list finding aid is available.
Archive Of: Christian Concern for Southern Africa
Medium: 32 boxes
Catalog Info: Collection description on AIM25
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.aim25.ac.uk/cgi-bin/search2?coll_id=64&inst_id=19
Restrictions: Contact library in advance. Copyright held by Christian Concern for Southern Africa. No publication without written permission. Apply to SOAS archivist in the first instance.
Repository: University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies
Archives, Manuscripts and Rare Books Division, The Library, SOAS, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
+44 (0)20 7898 4180, docenquiry@soas.ac.uk
http://www.soas.ac.uk/library/index.cfm?navid=1399

Archival Collection Name: Edinburgh Anti-Apartheid Group
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1980 - 1993
Description: The material, largely financial in nature and from the 1980s and 1990s, consists of a list of office bearers, a press list, and accounts including those for the Walter Sisulu Campaign Fund and the Nelson Mandela Freedom at 70 Campaign. Accounts include statements from the Bank of Scotland, and the Co-operative Bank. Also an accounts book and miscellaneous correspondence.
Medium: 1 folder or file
Restrictions: Contact librarian in advance. Access to records in a fragile condition may be restricted.
Repository: Edinburgh University Library, Special Collections Division
George Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9LJ, Scotland
0131 650 3384, special.collections.library@ed.ac.uk
http://www.lib.ed.ac.uk/resources/collections/specdivision/

Archival Collection Name: End Loans to Southern Africa
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1974 - 1995
Description: The archive reflects the areas in which ELTSA campaigned. Section A contains general minutes, memoranda and publications. Following sections contain the papers of the banking and disinvestment campaigns (including Barclays); Embargo and the oil embargo campaign (including Shell) (1980-93); the World Gold Commission (1988-1991); general files; and ELTSA's successor the Southern Africa Economic Research Unit, (1991-1995).
Archive Of: End Loans to Southern Africa
Includes Materials Of: World Gold Commission
Medium: 24 Meters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/rhl/eltsa/eltsa.html
Repository: University of Oxford, Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies
Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RG
+44 (0) 1865 270908, rhodes.house.library@bodley.ox.ac.uk
http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/

Archival Collection Name: Exeter and District Anti-Apartheid Group
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1970s - early 1990s
Description: This collection contains a variety of print and archival materials relating to administration of the Group. Included are archive materials (correspondence, promotional literature, DOMPAS newsletters, lists of members, financial records, press releases, news cutting scrapbooks), artifacts (badges, flags, banners, collecting boxes etc.), pamphlets, leaflets, newspapers and periodicals. Mervyn Bennun, lecturer in law at the University of Exeter, was active in the group (Chairman and Secretary) and encouraged the deposit of its archive at the University Library. Given to the Library by the Secretary of the Group, on condition that it was retained together with the Papers of Mervyn Bennun.
Archive Of: Exeter and District Anti-Apartheid Group
Medium: Approximately eight boxes and some oversize items
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.library.ex.ac.uk/special/guides/archives/211-220/216_01.html#publication
Restrictions: Contact librarian in advance
Repository: University of Exeter Library & Information Service
Stocker Road, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4PT
+44 1392 263873, library@exeter.ac.uk
http://www.library.ex.ac.uk/

Archival Collection Name: International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1960-1990
Description: Papers and publications of the International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (IDAF). The University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archives also has an oral history interview with Horst Kleinschmidt, who as a South Africa exile joined the IDAF staff in 1979 and served as Executive Director from 1983-1991, that includes his description of his early life in Namibia, his involvement with the Christian Institute, and his escape from South Africa into exile in Amsterdam and London, and then his time as Director of IDAF. IDAF material on Namibia has been moved to the National Archives of Namibia. Additional archives of various country branches of IDAF are in a number of locations.
Archive Of: International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa
Medium: Papers, publications, microfiche 800 boxes. Photographs and audio-visual material and Kliptown books 10 Box files
Repository: University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archive
UWC-Robben Island Mayibuye Archives, Level 1, UWC Main Library, Modderdam Road, Bellville, Cape Town
27 (0) 21 959 2939/2954, mayib@uwc.ac.za
http://www.robben-island.org.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=37&Itemid=60

Archival Collection Name: International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (Namibia material)
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1960s - 1990
Description: Papers and publications related to Namibia are located in this collection, while the main IDAF archive is at the University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archive.
Archive Of: International Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa
Restrictions: Unknown
Repository: National Archives of Namibia
Private Bag 13250, Windhoek
264-61-2935211, natarch@mec.gov.na


Archival Collection Name: Lawyers Against Apartheid
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1977-1996 (predominant 1986-1991)
Description: Papers of Lawyers Against Apartheid
Archive Of: Lawyers Against Apartheid
Medium: 4.0 meters
Catalog Info: Search for Lawyers Against Apartheid
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.archiveshub.ac.uk/
Restrictions: Bona fide researchers only. Written research proposals should be submitted to the Research Collections Manager. Copyright/Reproduction: Applications for permission to quote should be sent to the Research Collections Manager. Reproduction subject to usual conditions: educational use and condition of documents.
Repository: Glasgow Caledonian University Research Collections
City Campus, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow, G4 0BA, Scotland
+44 (0)141 273 1189, researchcollections@gcal.ac.uk
http://www.lib.gcal.ac.uk/researchcollections/index.htm

Archival Collection Name: Martin Bailey Papers
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1964-2006
Description: Born in London 1947; studied at the London School of Economics writing his Ph.D. on Tanzanian foreign policy; involved in the issue of the Rhodesian oil embargo; following the Ian Smith's Unilateral Declaration of Independence on 11 November 1965, sanctions had been imposed on the country, and the oil embargo was the most important form of pressure; from the mid-1970s Bailey and Bernard Rivers investigated as researchers and journalists how the major oil companies were secretly supplying Rhodesia. After Rhodesia became independent in 1980 Bailey and Rivers turned their attention to South Africa, realising the importance of monitoring the oil embargo against the apartheid regime; they had close informal contact with the Shipping Research Bureau in Amsterdam; this Bureau, jointly sponsored by the Holland Committee for South Africa and the church group Kairos, monitored the supply of oil to South Africa, publishing regular reports, a Newsletter and other publications; the Bureau also covered Namibia, until its independence in 1990.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.iisg.nl/archives/en/files/b/11030329.php
Repository: International Institute of Social History
Address for visitors: Cruquiusweg 31, 1019 AT Amsterdam Correspondence address: P.O. Box 2169, 1000 CD Amsterdam
+31-20-6685866, info@iisg.nl
http://www.iisg.nl/

Archival Collection Name: Namibia Communications Centre / Namibian Churches Communications Trust
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Description: The collection is not fully organized.
Archive Of: Namibia Christian Communications Trust
Medium: very voluminous
Restrictions: Access may be restricted; contact in advance
Repository: National Archives of Namibia
Private Bag 13250, Windhoek
264-61-2935211, natarch@mec.gov.na


Archival Collection Name: Namibia Support Committee
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1967 - 1993
Description: The Namibia Support Committee started in 1969 as the Friends of Namibia in order to support Namibian liberation movements and assist individual liberation activists. In 1971, when the South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO) had been recognized as the 'sole and authentic representative' of the Namibian people, it became a solidarity group to assist SWAPO. It was recognized by the UN Council for Namibia and was renamed the Namibia Support Committee. The Committee aimed to raise public awareness of the country's particular problems and was active in organizing meetings, lobbying Parliament, etc, while in its solidarity function it arranged the transport of supplies to SWAPO's camps in Angola and Zambia. Much of its work was supervised by its sub-groups, including the Health Collective, Campaign Against Namibian Uranium Contracts and the SWAPO Women's Solidarity Campaign. Originally based in London, the Committee built itself into a national campaign from 1986 with a network of local Namibia Support Groups. It became a registered company in 1990 (the same year that Namibia gained its independence from South Africa) and was wound up in 1993. It has since been revived as a friendship society between Britain and Namibia under the titles Friends of Namibia Society and Friends of Namibia (Scotland). A description available through Archives Hub Archives Hub and enter Namibia Support Committee in the search box.
Archive Of: Namibia Support Committee
Medium: 31 boxes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/dept/scwmss/wmss/online/blcas/namibia-supp-comm.html
Restrictions: Contact Librarian in advance
Repository: University of Oxford, Bodleian Library of Commonwealth and African Studies
Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RG
+44 (0) 1865 270908, rhodes.house.library@bodley.ox.ac.uk
http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/

Archival Collection Name: Ruth First Papers
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1889-1991 [predominantly 1946-1982]
Description: Heloise Ruth First was born on May 4, 1925 in Johannesburg, the daughter of Julius and Matilda ('Tilly') First, Jewish emigrants to South Africa from the Baltic states. Her parents were members of the International Socialist League and founding members of the South African Communist Party (SACP). While at the University of Witwatersrand, she helped found the left-wing Federation of Progressive Students and also served as secretary of the Young Communist League and Progressive Youth Council. In 1946 she produced pamphlets in aid of the miners' strike and was temporarily secretary of the Johannesburg offices of the South African Communist Party. In 1947 she and Michael Scott exposed a farm labor scandal in Bethal, Eastern Transvaal. Between 1946-1952 she was the Johannesburg editor of the weekly newspaper the Guardian, the mouthpiece of the SACP, which was banned and restarted under a different name several times (titled Clarion, People's World, Advance, New Age and Spark). Between 1954-1963 she was also the editor of Fighting Talk, a Johannesburg based monthly. In 1949 Ruth First married Joe Slovo. They had three daughters, Shawn (b.1950), Gillian (b.1952) and Robyn (b.1953). In 1950, First was named under the Suppression of Communism Act and her movements restricted. In 1953 she was banned from membership of all political organizations, although in 1955 she helped draw up the Freedom Charter and was later a member of Umkhonto we Sizwe, the ANC's military wing. In December 1956, she and Joe Slovo were among the 156 people charged in the so-called Treason Trial; her indictment was dismissed in April 1959. In August 1963 she was arrested and detained for a total of 117 days under the 90-Day Law. Effectively forced into exile, she and her daughters moved to the United Kingdom, where she worked full-time as a freelance writer before becoming a Research Fellow at the University of Manchester in 1972. Between 1973-1978 she lectured in development studies at the University of Durham, although she spent periods of secondment at universities in Dar es Salaam and Lourenco Marques (Maputo). In November 1978 she became Director of the research training program at the University Eduardo Mondlane in Maputo. Ruth First was killed on August 17, 1982 when she opened a parcel bomb addressed to her at the above university. Archival history: The collection is on indefinite loan to the Institute of Commonwealth Studies and remains the property of the Ruth First Memorial Trust. The possibility exists that the papers will be transferred to South Africa at some stage in the future. (Source: Institute of Commonwealth Studies website accessed October 7, 2004)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://commonwealth.sas.ac.uk/libraries/archives/first.htm
Restrictions: Some restrictions, contact in advance
Repository: University of London, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Library, Archives and Special Collections
28 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DS, United Kingdom
+44 (0) 20 7862 8842, icommlib@sas.ac.uk
http://commonwealth.sas.ac.uk/archives.htm

Archival Collection Name: South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee (SAN-ROC) & Sam Ramsamy archive
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1960 - 1990s
Description: This archive includes the papers of Sam Ramsamy and SAN-ROC. SAN-ROC was formed in 1962. In 1966 it was established itself in exile in London and led campaigns to isolate South Africa on the sports field. Sam Ramsamy (based in London) was Chairman from 1976-1990.
Archive Of: South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee
Medium: 208 Box files (including Sam Ramsamy archive)
Restrictions: Unknown, contact in advance
Repository: University of the Western Cape-Robben Island Mayibuye Archive
UWC-Robben Island Mayibuye Archives, Level 1, UWC Main Library, Modderdam Road, Bellville, Cape Town
27 (0) 21 959 2939/2954, mayib@uwc.ac.za
http://www.robben-island.org.za/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=37&Itemid=60

Archival Collection Name: Randolph Vigne Collection
Location of activities: United Kingdom
Time Period of Collection: 1950 - 1990
Description: Publications, papers and correspondence. Personal archival collection of Randolph Vigne of material related to the struggle for Namibian independence. Vigne was Chairperson of the Namibia Support Committee, which started in 1969 as Friends of Namibia, based in London, England, United Kingdom. The collection includes Vigne's correspondence with Namibia's early political luminaries dating back to the 1950s and the activities of the Namibia Support Committee/Friends of Namibia. Included in this extensive collection is a copy of the original constitution of the Owamboland People's Organization (O.P.O.) dating back to 1959 and many published and unpublished source materials related to the anti-colonial struggle.
Restrictions: Unknown, contact in advance
Repository: National Archives of Namibia
Private Bag 13250, Windhoek
264-61-2935211, natarch@mec.gov.na


Archival Collection Name: E.S. Reddy (Papers)
Location of activities: United Nations
Time Period of Collection: 1939 - 2001
Description: Papers and correspondence. The papers consist of correspondence and printed material relating to South Africa and Namibia and document E. S. Reddy's work with anti-apartheid organizations around the world. Includes materials related to numerous organizations including the American Committee on Africa, The Africa Fund, Connecticut Anti-Apartheid Committee, Episcopal Church People for a Free Southern Africa, Houstonians Against Apartheid, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa, New York Labor Committee Against Apartheid, Southern Africa Solidarity Coalition, Northeast Southern Africa Solidarity Network, Oregonians for Responsible State Investments, Patrice Lumumba Coalition, People of Southern African Freedom, People's Front for the Liberation of South Africa (Princeton), Sisters Against South African Apartheid, Southern Africa Committee, University Christian Movement, Washington Office on Africa, East Tennessee Committee Against Racism and Apartheid, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility. Also included is material on Mahatma Gandhi and Indians in South Africa. Enuga Sreenivasulu Reddy was born on July 1, 1924, in Pallaprolu, India. He received his B.A. from the University of Madras in 1943 and a M.A. from New York University in 1948. Reddy joined the United Nations Secretariat as a political affairs officer in 1949. From 1963-1965, Reddy was the principal secretary for the United Nations Special Committee Against Apartheid. He served as chief of the Section for African Questions from 1965-1976. In 1976 Reddy was appointed the director of the United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, a position he held until 1983. During this time he also served as director of the U.N. Trust Fund for South Africa and the U.N. Educational and Training Programme for Southern Africa. Reddy was the assistant secretary-general of the United Nations from 1983 until his retirement in 1985. Cite as E. S. Reddy Papers; call number MS 1499.
Includes Materials Of: Oregonians for Responsible State Investments, Houstonians Against Apartheid, East Tennessee Committee Against Racism and Apartheid, Sisters Against South African Apartheid, Ghana National Committee Against Apartheid, Coalition to End Cultural Collaboration with South Africa, National Committee Against Apartheid, World Campaign Against Military and Nuclear Collaboration with South Africa
Medium: 55 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/fa/mssa.ms.1499
Repository: Yale University Library, Manuscripts and Archives
PO Box 208240, New Haven, CT 06520
mssa.assist@yale.edu
http://www.library.yale.edu/mssa

Archival Collection Name: Aracelly Santana (Poster and T-shirt Collection)
Location of activities: United Nations
Description: Ms. Aracelly Santana was senior political advisor at the United Nations Centre Against Apartheid from 1981 to 1992. This is her personal collection of posters and T-shirts produced mostly by South African organizations such as the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU) and its affiliated unions and by the United Democratic Front (UDF) and its affiliates. This collection forms part of the African Activist Archive collections. Donated by Aracelly Santana.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7312548~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: The Africa Fund
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1966 - 2001
Description: The Africa Fund, a non-profit 501(c)3 organizations, was founded in 1966 by the American Committee on Africa (ACOA). The Africa Fund and ACOA shared office space and some staff (including the Executive Director), and there was some overlap between the boards of the two organizations. The Executive Directors were: George M. Houser (1966-1981), Jennifer Davis (1981-2000) and Salih Booker (2000-2001). The Africa Fund worked to support the struggles against colonialism and apartheid in Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, Cape Verde, Namibia, Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) and South Africa. The Africa Fund provided material assistance to the education and health programs of African liberation movements, including the Mozambique Institute, a FRELIMO-run school in Tanzania. The Africa Fund distributed the money raised by the Sun City album, including sending $220,000 to the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO) run by the African National Congress (ANC) in Tanzania; $160,000 to the South African Council of Churches to aid political prisoners and their families; and $119,000 each to TransAfrica and the ACOA for anti-apartheid educational work in the United States. The Fund also provided clothing, medicine, and other support to refugee camps run by liberation movements of South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, and Western Sahara in Angola, Mozambique, Zambia and Algeria. It provided small emergency assistant grants to African refugees in the U.S., and conducted research into U.S. corporate involvement in southern Africa. It published numerous publications that were widely used by other solidarity organizations in the U.S., from short fact sheets to a comprehensive directory of U.S. corporations doing business in apartheid South Africa and illegally occupied Namibia. The Africa Fund sponsored a weekly half hour television news program "South Africa Now" produced by Globalvision from 1988 to 1991. The Africa Fund conducted public education campaigns in the U.S., including the "Unlock Apartheid's Jails" campaign for the release of detainees and political prisoners in South Africa. In the 1990s, The Africa Fund had an active program supporting the struggle against the dictatorship in Nigeria. Following the end of apartheid, the Fund had a program to promote the involvement of state and municipal officials with U.S. policy toward Africa, including campaigning for the cancellation of Africa's debt. In 2001, The Africa Fund, ACOA and the Washington, DC-based Africa Policy Information Center merged to form Africa Action and somewhat later the New York office was closed.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org/archon/?p=creators/creator&id=29
Repository: Amistad Research Center
Tilton Hall, Tulane University, 6823 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 862-3222, reference@amistadresearchcenter.org
http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org

Archival Collection Name: Africa News Service
Location of activities: North Carolina, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1952 - 1998
Description: The LeRoy T. Walker Africa News Service Archive is an extensive resource file assembled by ANS over the course of two decades in support of its news gathering efforts about Africa-related issues and U. S. foreign policy towards Africa. The collection spans the years from approximately 1960 to 1995, with the bulk of the materials dating from 1978 through 1994. Newspaper clippings, magazine articles, press releases, newsletters, brochures, and reports comprise the collection. Much of the material is gathered from mainstream media sources and government documentation in the United States, Europe, Africa, and other parts of the world. In addition, the collection includes significant resources from alternative, minority, and special interest presses world-wide that may be difficult to locate elsewhere. This includes material published by numerous U.S. solidarity and anti-apartheid organizations in the section "U.S. groups." The archive contains scarce and difficult-to-locate materials such as numerous publications produced by non-governmental organizations and grass-roots/community groups that are/were involved in efforts related to independence movements, economic development, and human rights issues in Africa.
Archive Of: Africa News Service
Includes Materials Of: Anti-Apartheid Committee for Selective Purchasing, Operation Namibia, Bay Area Namibia Action Group, Concerned Citizens' Committee on Africa
Medium: 606.6 Linear Feet, 439,500 items
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/rbmscl/africa/inv/
Restrictions: One accession of the collection has usage restrictions. Contact a reference librarian for more information. In addition, some of the materials in this collection are not immediately accessible, because they require further processing before use. Patrons must sign the Acknowledgment of Legal Responsibility and Privacy Rights form before using this collection. Also, all or portions of this collection may be housed off-site in Duke University's Library Service Center. Consequently, there may be a 24-hour delay in obtaining these materials.
Repository: Duke University Libraries: Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library
103 Perkins Library, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina 27708-0185
(919) 660-5822, special-collections@duke.edu
http://library.duke.edu/specialcollections/index.html

Archival Collection Name: Africa Research Group (Danny Schechter collection) archive
Location of activities: Massachusetts, United States
Description: Includes Africa Research Group material. Donates by Danny Schechter, a member of Africa Research Group.
Includes Materials Of: Africa Research Group
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7001591~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Africa Today Collection
Location of activities: Colorado, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1954 - 1998
Description: Material related the magazine published by the American Committee on Africa from 1954-1966 and by Africa Today Associates from 1967-1998. The collection consists primarily of correspondence with editorial consultants. Also included are issues of the Africa Today and miscellaneous office materials.
Archive Of: Africa Today Associates
Includes Materials Of: American Committee on Africa
Medium: 9.75 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://library.du.edu/about/collections/specialcollections/AFRICA/
Repository: University of Denver, Penrose Library, Special Collections & Archives
2150 East Evans Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80208
Reference Phone: (303) 871-2905, Special Collections (303) 871-3428, archives@du.edu
http://library.du.edu/About/collections/SpecialCollections/index.cfm

Archival Collection Name: African American Students Foundation (Cora Weiss) collection
Location of activities: New York, United States
Description: The African American Students Foundation (AASF) was founded in 1959. In April 1959, prior to Kenyan independence, trade unionist Tom Mboya visited the U.S. at the invitation of the American Committee on Africa; Mboya talked on many college campuses and was given scholarships from many colleges. The AASF was set up to raise money and bring students from East Africa to the U.S. to use these scholarships. Although based in New York, AASF had a national focus. Baseball star Jackie Robinson and performers Harry Belafonte and Sidney Poitier led the initial fundraising. AASF raised an initial $39,000 and as a result organized the first of several "airlifts" of East African students, mostly from Kenya, to the U.S. in September 1959. In 1960 the Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation gave $100,000 to AASF. As a result in 1960 three planes were chartered bringing 222 students from east and central Africa. The archive includes photographs. Cora Weiss was Executive Director and student adviser. Archive deposited by Cora Weiss.
Archive Of: African American Students Foundation
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7123402~S39a
Restrictions: The archive may not yet be processed. Contact in advance.
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: African Liberation Movements
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1960s - 1990s
Description: This collection has a number of sub-collections including: Africa-General Resources; Angola, Guinea-Bissau and Mozambique; Eritrea; IKWEZI; South Africa; South Africa: Human Rights Reports; SWAPO- Namibia; Zaire-DRC; and Zimbabwe. The collections include material by African organizations including liberation movements and by solidarity organizations outside of Africa. As of January 2014 these collections have been partly digitized and digitized items are available on the website.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://search.freedomarchives.org/search.php?view_collection=209
Repository: Freedom Archives
522 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 863-9977, info@freedomarchives.org
http://freedomarchives.org/

Archival Collection Name: Afro-American Studies Program Records
Location of activities: Massachusetts, United States
Time Period of Collection: Williams Anti-Apartheid Coalition material 1979
Description: Records of the Afro-American Studies Program at Williams College. The records contain work of other Williams College organizations including the Williams Anti-Apartheid Coalition.
Includes Materials Of: Williams Anti-Apartheid Coalition
Medium: Williams Anti-Apartheid Coalition material 1 folder
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://archives.williams.edu/african-american-studies-scope.php
Repository: Williams College Archives & Special Collections
Southworth Schoolhouse, 96 School Street Apt. # 3, Williamstown, MA 01267
(413) 597-4200, archives@williams.edu
http://archives.williams.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Alexander Defense Committee: Madison Chapter
Location of activities: Wisconsin, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1963 - 1967
Description: Records include press releases and material distributed by the national organization; correspondence; financial, membership and sponsor lists; background material; and newspaper clippings, all primarily concerning the speaking engagements of I. B. Tabata and Franz J. T. Lee in Madison.
Archive Of: Alexander Defense Committee
Medium: 1 folder
Catalog Info: Type "Alexander" in search box
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://arcat.library.wisc.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=sbSearch
Repository: Wisconsin State Historical Society
816 State St., Madison, WI 53706
608-264-6400
http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/

Archival Collection Name: Allard Kenneth Lowenstein Papers
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1924 - 1995 (Africa about 1954 - 1972)
Description: Political activist Allard Kenneth Lowenstein (1929-1980) served as a lawyer, teacher, speaker, author, United States congressman from New York, United States representative to the United Nations Human Rights Commission, and founder and leader of several organizations. The collection includes correspondence, organizational records, political campaign records, congressional files, writings, speeches, press clippings, research materials, scheduling files, financial and administrative records, diaries, scrapbooks, family papers, photographs, sound recordings, videocasette tapes, and other items documenting the life and career of Allard K. Lowenstein. The collection includes material on United States and relations with other countries, especially Namibia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and the Soviet Union and anti-Vietnam War activities. The collection includes United Nations material related to Namibia (South West Africa) and other African counties including of the Fourth Committee. The collection includes material of the American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa, American Society of African Culture (AMSAC), the American Committee on Africa (ACOA), Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) material related to South Africa, the Consultative Council on South Africa, and the National Union of South African Students (NUSAS).
Includes Materials Of: American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa, American Society of African Culture, Consultative Council on South Africa, Students for a Democratic Society
Medium: 327 feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.lib.unc.edu/mss/inv/l/Lowenstein,Allard_K.html
Repository: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Wilson Library, University Archives and Records Service
CB# 3926, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514-8890
(919) 962-1345
http://www.lib.unc.edu/mss

Archival Collection Name: American Committee on Africa
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1949 - 2001
Description: Papers, records, publications 1949-2001 of the American Committee on Africa (ACOA). Includes the some material of Americans for South African Resistance (AFSAR). The collection includes the correspondence, project and research files of the American Committee on Africa (ACOA). The collection includes publications, newsletters, photos, posters, videos and films published by ACOA and other organizations. The collection includes papers, articles and correspondence of Adotei Akwei, Michael Fleshman, Jennifer Davis, James Farmer, Donald Harrington, Mary-Louise Hooper, George M. Houser, Paul Irish, Richard Knight, Dumisani S. Kumalo, Richard Lapchick, Conrad Lynn, Frank Montero, Prexy Nesbitt, Andrew E. Norman, Joshua Nessen, Wyatt Tee Walker, Peter Weiss and many others. It also includes correspondence with numerous African liberation movement leaders. In May 2013 a finding aid American Committee on Africa records addendum, 1949-2001 was added. The collection also includes material from many other U.S. and international solidarity and anti-colonial and anti-apartheid organizations. For more information on see "No One Can Stop the Rain: Glimpses of Africa's Liberation Struggle" by George M. Houser (New York: The Pilgrim Press, 1989) and "Meeting Africa's Challenge - The Story of ACOA" by George M. Houser, ISSUE: A Quarterly Journal of Africanist Opinion, Volume VI, Numbers 2/3 Summer /Fall 1976.
Archive Of: American Committee on Africa
Medium: 284.07 Linear Feet; publications, correspondence, research files, pamphlets, periodicals, posters, photos, audio tapes, videos, etc.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org/archon/?p=collections/controlcard&id=232
Repository: Amistad Research Center
Tilton Hall, Tulane University, 6823 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 862-3222, reference@amistadresearchcenter.org
http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org

Archival Collection Name: American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society (ACCESS) papers
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: [ca. 1969-ca. 1991] Mostly 1976 - 1991
Description: Correspondence include the Supreme Council for Sport in Africa, U.S. Tennis Association, SAN-ROC, HART (Halt All Racist Tours Movement), Stop the Apartheid Rugby Tour (SART), SACOS, Coalition for Human Rights in South Africa, Richard Lapchick, John Dommisse, Dennis Brutus, Abraham Ordia, Ambassador Harriman, Margaret Thatcher, Trevor Richards and M.N. Pather. Material deposited by Richard Lapchick.
Archive Of: American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
Medium: 2 boxes (124 folders) ; 27 x 40 x 13 cm
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://magic.lib.msu.edu/record=b5139987a
Restrictions: Collection not yet processed; contact archivist in advance
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: American Friends Service Committee Archives
Location of activities: Pennsylvania, United States
Time Period of Collection: Africa 1960s-current (archives include older material not related to Africa)
Description: The archives of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) are based in its national headquarters. The archives include letters, reports, statistical information and committee minutes. There is also an extensive collection of photographs, magazine and newspaper clippings, and a small collection of audio tapes - all pertaining to AFSC's work. AFSC's Peace Education Division and Southern Africa Program supported African struggles against colonialism and apartheid. The Southern Africa Program had a national coordinator and regional coordinators in many AFSC offices across the United States. NARMIC, a research project of the Peace Education Division, conducted research into U.S. computer and military sales to South Africa. AFSC and NARMIC issued publications and testified before Congress. Bill Sutherland, who lived in Tanzania and was AFSC's Southern Africa representative between 1975 and 1982; he regularly had U.S. speaking tours. The archive may include material related to Edgar "Ted" Lockwood and Carole Collins who served as AFSC's Southern Africa International Affairs Representative based in Harare, Zimbabwe. The archive includes material related to 1) AFSC's Peace Education Division (including NARMIC) 2) the Southern Africa Program 3) Bill Sutherland 4) AFSC's work in Nigeria during the Biafran-Nigerian Civil War in the 1960s 5) assistance to victims of drought in Africa in the 1970s. The archives may include some material from AFSC's offices across the United States relating to its work on Africa.
Archive Of: American Friends Service Committee
Restrictions: Individuals who are not affiliated with the Service Committee must fill out an application and submit a writing sample in order to gain access to the files. Contact in advance.
Repository: American Friends Service Committee
1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
(215) 241-7044, archives@afsc.org
http://www.afsc.org/ht/d/sp/i/1321/pid/1321

Archival Collection Name: American Society of African Culture (Southern Africa materials)
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1957 - 1969
Description: The records contain documents from conferences, organizations, and individuals. The "Southern Africa in Transition Conference" held at Howard University in Washington D.C. in 1963 generated a large number of documents that form part of this inventory. The following are examples of organizations represented in these records: Committee of Conscience Against Apartheid, South African Freedom Action Committee, and Student Aid for South Africans Abroad Association. One also will find correspondence between AMSAC officers and the officers of other organizations. A few of the student organizations have documents in the records that include organization newsletters, student newspapers, and photographs. Examples of individuals in the records include Horace Mann Bond, John A. Davis, Ezekiel Mphahlele, Lewis N'kosi, Harry Belafonte, Miriam Makeba, Bloke Modisane, Seretse Khama, John F. Kennedy, Charles C. Diggs, and Ndabiningi Sithole.
Archive Of: American Society of African Culture
Medium: 42 boxes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://sarap.howard.edu/sarap.html
Restrictions: By appointment only, call (202) 806-7480
Repository: Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
500 Howard Place, NW, Washington, DC 20059
(202) 806-7240
http://www.founders.howard.edu/moorland-spingarn/

Archival Collection Name: Amnesty International USA Archives
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: Early 1960s - present
Description: This is a comprehensive collection of materials documenting the founding, activity and growth of AIUSA from the early 1960s through the present. This includes work on a number of African countries. The AIUSA Archives contains materials documenting the start of the U.S. section of AI in New York City in the early 1960s, as well as materials from the AIUSA New York headquarters and the Washington, DC lobby office; from all the regional offices and local and campus chapters; and from all the programs and departments of AIUSA. The collection contains posters, banners, T-shirts, photographs, videos, DVDs, and more than 30 years of newspaper clippings mentioning Amnesty International and human rights. The collection includes country reports, mission reports, and oral histories. Many local and campus chapters and individual activists, especially country coordination specialists and members of steering committees and task forces, have deposited records of their activities at the AIUSA Archives or as associated collections.
Archive Of: Amnesty International USA
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/indiv/humanrights/archive_collections/aiusa.html
Restrictions: Unknown, contact in advance
Repository: Columbia University Libraries, Center for Human Rights Documentation and Research, Human Rights Organization Archives
535 West 114th Street, 6th Floor, New York, New York,10027
212-854-3630, chrdr@columbia.edu
http://library.columbia.edu/locations/chrdr.html

Archival Collection Name: Anti-Apartheid Coalition of Nebraska
Location of activities: Nebraska, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1990 - 1992
Description: This collection consists of records of the Anti-Apartheid Coalition of Nebraska including articles of incorporation and bylaws, minutes of meetings, correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, etc., ca. 1990-1992. Much of the material relates to the organization's efforts to ensure that the Lincoln City Council and the University of Nebraska Foundation divest any investments in South Africa.
Archive Of: Anti-Apartheid Coalition of Nebraska
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.nebraskahistory.org/lib-arch/research/manuscripts/organize/anti-apartheid.htm
Repository: Nebraska State Historical Society
1500 R Street, Lincoln, NE 68501
402-471-3270
http://www.nebraskahistory.org

Archival Collection Name: Anti-Apartheid Support Group
Location of activities: North Carolina, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1980 - 1987
Description: The archive includes clippings, articles, and newsletters collected by the group. There are also membership lists; however, there is only limited correspondence. The archive includes materials about anti-apartheid activities that predated the formation of AASG and non-UNC material.
Archive Of: Anti-Apartheid Support Group
Medium: 1 box
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.lib.unc.edu/mss/uars/40143.txt
Repository: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Wilson Library, University Archives and Records Service
CB# 3926, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514-8890
(919) 962-1345
http://www.lib.unc.edu/mss

Archival Collection Name: Association of Concerned Africa Scholars papers
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1977 - 2001; future deposits to come
Description: Papers, 1977-2001 (with future archives to come). The papers include those of Immanuel Wallerstein and Willard Johnson (co-chairs 1977-1991), David Wiley and Jean Sindab (co-chairs 1991-93), and William G. Martin (co-chair 1993-2001). Includes correspondence, minutes, flyers, handwritten notes, petitions, programs, publications (notably ACAS Bulletin) and associated correspondence, memoranda, newspaper clippings, brochures. Campaigns include: Angola, Nigeria, Saro-Wiwa, Congo/Zaire, Zimbabwe, Divestment, Academic Boycott, Academic Freedom, National Security, TIAA/CREF Project, Oil Companies in Africa, Africa Trade. Correspondents include President Clinton, Senator Harry Reid, Senator Richard G. Lugar, Randall Robinson, and Ambassador Howard Wolpe.
Archive Of: Association of Concerned Africa Scholars
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://magic.lib.msu.edu/record=b5168118a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Beate Klein Becker
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1977 - 1980
Description: Papers and research files collected by Beate Klein Becker reflecting her involvement in and the activities of the New York chapter of the Committee to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa. Materials generally concern the Committee's investigation of corporate investment practices and banking policies and their relationship to apartheid in South Africa, plus the Committee's actions to influence changes in corporate behavior and to increase public awareness of the issues. Included are clippings; many near-print publications and documents; correspondence; meeting minutes, notes, and agendas; fliers; newsletters; and materials from internal teach-ins and forums.
Archive Of: New York Committee to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa
Medium: 1.4 cubic feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/wiarchives.uw-whs-m96117
Repository: Wisconsin State Historical Society
816 State St., Madison, WI 53706
608-264-6400
http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/

Archival Collection Name: Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa
Location of activities: Massachusetts, United States
Time Period of Collection: mid-1970s - mid-1990s
Description: In 1982 it changed its name to the Boston Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa. The collection includes material of other Massachusetts organization including after BCLSA ceased operating. The anti-apartheid activists who eventually formed BCLSA came from groups such as the Africa Research Group, whose Boston members was active in the early 1970s, and the Southern Africa Solidarity Committee, which organized on the Harvard-Radcliffe campus in the mid-1970s. The collection includes material from other Boston area organizations including the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement which drew attention to the Polaroid camera systems being used in the pass system in South Africa, the Gulf Boycott Coalition which between 1972-1975 was active in promoting the boycott of Gulf gasoline because of the company's support for the Portuguese colonial regime in Angola, the Southern Africa Solidarity Coalition, the Fund for a Free South Africa (FreeSA) and Mass Divest which led the successful campaign for state divestment. FreeSA continued to do fund-raising events and supported non-governmental organizations active in South Africa in the late 1980s. The archive includes other activities that followed the institution of U.S. sanctions in the 1980s included meetings of health care professionals and formation of a Boston chapter of the Committee for Health in South Africa (CHISA), the mobilization of support for Nelson Mandela's visit to Boston in 1990, and the development of a 'sister state' agreement between Massachusetts and the Eastern Cape in the mid-1990s. Papers collected and donated by Richard Clapp and Barbara Brown (members of BCLSA).
Archive Of: Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa
Medium: 1 box
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://magic.msu.edu/record=b5146443~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Bostonians Allied for South African Resistance (Bafsar)
Location of activities: Massachusetts, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1952 - 1953?
Description: Material of Bostonians Allied for South African Resistance.
Includes Materials Of: Bostonians Allied for South African Resistance
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b8338346~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Brooklynites Against Apartheid (Tom Keough and Connie Norgren collection)
Location of activities: New York, United States
Description: This collection includes material of Brooklynites Against Apartheid and other organizations including Art Against Apartheid.
Archive Of: Brooklynites Against Apartheid
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7001585~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Dennis Brutus (1924- ) Papers
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1960 - 1984
Description: Papers of Dennis Brutus, poet, South African expatriate, and English Professor at Northwestern from 1971 to 1985. The Dennis Brutus Papers comprise correspondence, papers associated with specific organizations and events, and numerous drafts of poems, both handwritten and typed. The bulk of Brutus's correspondence falls within the period 1960-1973, and consists of family and other personal correspondence, correspondence related to teaching positions, and individual folders for correspondence with key persons. The Papers also contain much sports-related material, including but not confined to the International Committee Against Racism In Sport (ICARIS) and the South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee (SAN-ROC). Brutus's work with the International Defense and Aid Fund and other anti-racial groups is documented as well. There are also a number of notebooks and daybooks with poetry and journal entries from the 1960s. A large portion of the Papers consists of manuscript drafts and typescripts of Brutus's poetry, including a small number of complete manuscripts of published poetry works. (Source: collection finding aid.)
Archive Of: South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee
Medium: 38 boxes
Catalog Info: Opens PDF file
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://files.library.northwestern.edu/findingaids/dennis_brutus.pdf
Repository: Northwestern University Library, University Archives
Deering Library, Room 110, 1970 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60208-2300
(847) 491-3354, archives@northwestern.edu
http://www.library.northwestern.edu/archives/

Archival Collection Name: Dennis Brutus (Schomburg collection)
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1970 - 1990
Description: Papers of Dennis Brutus, a South African-born poet and human rights and anti-apartheid activist. He founded the South African Sports Association in 1961 and the South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee (SAN-ROC) in 1963, and was subsequently arrested and jailed, placed under house arrest, and banned from all literary, academic and political activities. He went into exile in 1966 and has lived in the United States since 1970, emerging over the years as a prominent lecturer and author, a professor of African literature and a major spokesperson in the international movement to end apartheid in South Africa. In exile Brutus and SAN-ROC spearheaded a successful campaign to ban apartheid South Africa from international sport competitions. Brutus, based in the United States, was President of SAN-ROC and Sam Ramsamy, based in London, as Chairman. The collection consists of personal and professional papers, correspondence, writings, files of SAN-ROC and the Dennis Brutus Defence Committee, anti-apartheid posters, photographs, recordings, and subject files on Nelson Mandela, human rights, South African politics, divestment, apartheid and sports, African literature, and the struggle against apartheid in general. Photographs, anti-apartheid posters and audio-visual recordings transferred respectively to the Photographs and Prints, the Art and Artifacts and the Moving Image and Recorded Sound Divisions.
Archive Of: South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee
Medium: 19.5 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.nypl.org/archives/3518
Repository: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
The New York Public Library, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY 10037-1801
(212) 491-2200
http://www.nypl.org/research/sc/sc.html

Archival Collection Name: Dennis Brutus (Worcester State College collection)
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: Mostly 1970s - 1990s
Description: The collection consists of a range of primary and secondary documents donated by Dr. Dennis Brutus, a well-known poet, anti-apartheid activist and human rights defender. He grew up in South Africa and founded the South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee (SAN-ROC) in 1963. His anti-apartheid activities led to a sentence of 18 months on Robben Island. In 1966 he went into exile and SAN-ROC established itself in London. In 1970 Brutus moved to the United States and established a stateside SAN-ROC, as well. The archive includes manuscripts, correspondence, texts of speeches, travel documentation, publications of anti-apartheid organizations and photographs. One box includes material on Apartheid and sports, the sports boycott and the Olympics including material related to SAN-ROC, the American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society (ACCESS) and South African Council of Sport (SACOS), and also HART in New Zealand and CARE in Australia. There are, as well, materials Brutus's involvement with the divestment movement in the 1970s and 1980s. In addition, the Dennis Brutus Collection houses an extensive amount of material related to the Dennis Brutus Defense Committee's dealings with the attempt by the U.S. government to deport him and the successful campaign to block the deportation. The archive includes material Amnesty International and the campaign against the death penalty; Brutus served on the board of Amnesty International USA. The archive contains numerous interviews with Brutus in print, audio and video. Most of the archive is housed at the Worcester State College Library but some material is at the Center for the Study of Human Rights. See Dennis Brutus at Worcester State College (Source: Wayne Kamin, archivist, and Aldo Guevera, Human Rights Center coordinator at Worcester State College)
Includes Materials Of: South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee
Medium: 5,000+ documents, audio, video, photographs
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://wwwfac.worcester.edu/dbrutus/Default.htm
Restrictions: These materials are now available for access by scholars, students, and independent researchers from outside Worcester State. For permission to examine the collection, please contact Dr. Guevera at the Center for the Study of Human Rights at (508) 929-8871 or Sai Chinnaswamy, Executive Director, Learning Resources Center at 508-929-8511.
Repository: Worcester State College Library
486 Chandler Street, Worcester, MA 01602-2597
(508) 929-8027, Library@worcester.edu
http://wwwfac.worcester.edu/library/

Archival Collection Name: Campaign to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa (COBLSA) records
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1977 - 1983
Description: The Campaign to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa (COBLSA) was formed in 1977 as the Committee to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa. The committee was initially organized and sponsored by the American Committee on Africa and the Clergy and Laity Concerned (CALC), but become an independent organization soon after. The campaign work was initially directed by ACOA staff member Prexy Nesbitt and CACL member Gene Jones and involved over 48 cooperating organizations in many cities and states across the United States. COLBSA's purpose was to link the efforts of national and local anti-apartheid groups, churches, unions, university and colleges, and community groups in pressuring United States banks to end all loans to the South African government, its agencies, and corporations doing business there. COLBSA was initially located in the New York office of ACOA and then relocated to Washington, D.C. During Carole Collins' tenure as national coordinator (1981-circa 1983) COLBSA was permanently removed from ACOA’s offices. Individuals coordinating the work included Prexy Nesbitt (1977-1979), Dumisani Kumalo (1979-1981), and Carole Collins (1981-1983).
Archive Of: Campaign to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa
Medium: 9 boxes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org/archon/index.php?p=accessions/accession&id=1269&q=bank+loans
Repository: Amistad Research Center
Tilton Hall, Tulane University, 6823 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 862-3222, reference@amistadresearchcenter.org
http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org

Archival Collection Name: Capital District Coalition Against Apartheid and Racism
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1981 - 1995
Description: Most of the records document the organization's involvement in the fight against apartheid in South Africa, while a smaller amount details its struggle against police abuse in Albany, New York and around the United States. Due to the chronological organization of most records, references to topics are scattered throughout the collection. CD-CAAR records consist of correspondence, police and court documents, fliers, announcements of meetings, newsletters, pamphlets, handouts, a few minutes from steering committee meetings, and newspaper clippings. Most of the newspaper clippings, and many of the police and court documents are photocopies of the original papers, therefore the quality of the microfilm image may be inconsistent. Includes records documenting CD-CAAR's campaign to isolate the apartheid South African government by picketing and boycotting entertainers who performed in South Africa (1982-), as well as those referring to CD-CAAR's participation in picketing state and federal buildings in an effort to block investment in South Africa (1985-) are located in the Coalition Activities series. The records also document CD-CAAR's interest in the "frontline states" of Namibia, Mozambique and Angola beginning circa 1984 are scattered throughout the collection. The Catalog/Finding aid includes an overview and brief history of the organization.
Archive Of: Capital District Coalition Against Apartheid and Racism
Medium: 8 boxes, 3.5 linear feet. 6 reels of microfilm
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://library.albany.edu/speccoll/findaids/apap011.htm
Repository: University at Albany, University Library, SM.E Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, State University of New York
1400 Washington Avenue, Albany NY 12222
(518) 442-3600
http://library.albany.edu/speccoll/africanamerican.htm

Archival Collection Name: Carol Bernstein Ferry and W. H. Ferry Papers
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1971-1997
Description: Carol Bernstein Ferry and W. H. (Ping) Ferry were social change philanthropists who gave away a substantial part of their personal wealth to progressive social change groups, activities, and activists concentrating generally in the areas of war, racism, poverty, and injustice. The Ferrys supported organizations supporting African struggles against colonialism and apartheid. The Ferrys were also board members of the DJB Foundation, established by Carol's first husband, Daniel J. Bernstein, which focused its giving in similar areas. The papers document the individuals, organizations and activities the Ferrys supported with there donations. The Grant Files (1972-1980, 1986-1994) constitute the largest part of these records and document the grants that were funded by the Ferrys. The Card Files (1971-1985), arranged alphabetically, contain a condensed version of donation information about recipients who are no longer receiving donations after 1993. Some of the groups represented in the Card Files also appear within the Grant Files. The records documenting donations for the years 1981-1985 appear here. Listed on the front of each card are the name and address of the recipient, and the amount(s) and date(s) of the donations. The cards also include the donations made from a checking account in England to fund projects and people recommended by Michael Scott, an English cleric involved in the liberation struggle for South West Africa (Namibia). The reason for the donation is usually described on the back of each card. Organizations related to Africa in the Grant Files include: The Africa Bureau, Africa Exchange, The Africa Fund, Africa News Service, Africa Peace Committee, Africa Resource Center, Africa Today, The African American Institute, Africa Life, Africa People's Solidarity Committee, African Student Aid Fund, American Committee on Africa, American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society, Committee for a Free Mozambique, Committee on Southern African War Resistance, Harvard and Radcliffe Alumni/ae Against Apartheid, International Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa, Lawyers Campaign to Free Nelson Mandela, Mozambique Education Fund, Mozambique Film Project, MPLA Solidarity Committee, Northeast Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa, Pan-African Liberation Committee, Releif for Africans in Need in the Sahel, Rome-Africa Project, Shell Boycott Education Project, South Africa Catalyst Project, South Africa Legal Services abd Education Project, South Africa Now, South African Exchange Program on Environmental Justice, South African Military Refugee Aid Fund, South African Relief, Southern Africa Committee, The Southern Africa World Media Center, The Southern Africa Advanced Education Project, Southern African Affairs (Southscan), Southern African Labor Education Project, Southern Africa Liberation Committee, Southscan Ltd., TecAfrica, TransAfrica Forum, Vermont Committee on South Africa, Washington Office on Africa, Witness to Apartheid, and Zimbabwe Book Project. There are many donations to other organizations that may have included Africa-related activity. There is also material in the grant files on numerous individuals, many likely received donations for Africa-related project. The Grant Files also includes information on donations to African liberation movements including the African National Congress of South Africa, African National Council of Zimbabwe, South West Africa Peoples Organization, Zimbabwe African National Union, Zimbabwe African Peoples Union,and Zimbabwe Patriotic Front. There is also a grant file on Oliver, Adelaide and Tembi Tambo.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www-lib.iupui.edu/special/collections/philanthropy/mss006
Repository: Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis University Library, Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives
755 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
(317) 274-0462, speccoll@iupui.edu
http://www-lib.iupui.edu/special/home

Archival Collection Name: Carole Collins African collection
Location of activities: Illinois, United States
Time Period of Collection: About 1971-1983, possibly starts earlier and continues later
Description: Includes material from the time Collins was based in Chicago and later in Washington, DC. Collins became the national coordinator for the Campaign to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa (COBLSA) in 1981. The collection includes material put out by Africa Research Group, African-American Solidarity Committee, American Committee on Africa, American Friends Service Committee, Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa, Campaign to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa/Committee to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa, Chicago Anti-Imperialist Collective, Chicago Coalition on Southern Africa, Chicago Committee for a Free Africa, Chicago Committee for African Liberation, Chicago Committee for the Liberation of Angola Mozambique and Guinea-Bissau, Coalition Against Corporate Involvement in Southern Africa, Coalition to Stop N.U. Investments in South Africa, D.C. Bank Campaign, Dennis Brutus Defense Committee, Divestiture Working Group, Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa, Midwest Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa, National Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa, New World Resource Center, Northeast Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa, Seattle Committee to Oppose Bank Loans for South Africa, South African Military Refugee Aid Fund, Southern Africa Coalition, Stockholders for Majority Rule in Southern Africa, Stop Banking on Apartheid, University of Chicago Action Committee on South Africa, Washington Office on Africa.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b6741881~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Center for the Study of Sport in Society (records)
Location of activities: Massachusetts, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1978-2003 (1985-1998 bulk)
Description: The archives of this center at Northeastern University includes material on the sports boycott of apartheid South Africa including on American Coordination Committee for Sport and Society (ACCESS), which was founded by Lapchick. It also includes material on numerous anti-apartheid organizations around the world including Africa Today Associates, the American Committee on Africa, the Australian Anti-Apartheid Movement, the Bishop Desmond Tutu Scholarship Fund, the Boycott Shell Committee, FREESA, HART: The New Zealand Anti-Apartheid Movement, the International Defense and Aid Fund, the Irish Anti-Apartheid Movement, the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Faculty and Staff Against Apartheid (Northeastern University), the South African Congress on Sport (SACOS), the South African Non-Racial Olympic Committee (SAN-ROC) and the United Nations Centre Against Apartheid. There is also material on anti-apartheid conferences and Teamwork-South Africa (1991-1996).
Archive Of: American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.library.neu.edu/archives/collect/findaids/a56find.htm
Restrictions: Some restrictions apply; contact Archives and Special Collections Department in advance.
Repository: Northeastern University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections
92 Snell Library, 360 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115
(617) 373-2351, archives@neu.edu
http://www.lib.neu.edu/archives/

Archival Collection Name: Champaign-Urbana Coalition Against Apartheid
Location of activities: Illinois, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1964 - 1991
Description: The archive includes articles, correspondence, newsletters, newspaper clippings, photos, posters, publications, and reports of American committee on Africa (1983-89), the Divest Now Coalition (1979-86), U.N. Center Against Apartheid (1977-84) and regarding apartheid, anti-apartheid organizations, boycotts, corporate and university divestment, human rights (1978-94), labor unions, Mozambique (1987-91), Namibia (1974-88), and women (1980-81). Deposited by Al Kagan. Includes additional CUCAA papers deposited by William G. Martin, faculty advisor of CUCAA, 1986-1999, University of Illinois.
Archive Of: Champaign-Urbana Coalition Against Apartheid
Medium: 10 boxes, 8.6 cubic feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.library.uiuc.edu/archives/archon/index.php?p=collections/controlcard&id=1421
Repository: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library
1608 West Gregory Drive, Urbana, IL 61801
(217) 333-0790
http://gateway.library.uiuc.edu/index.html

Archival Collection Name: Charlotteans for a Free Southern Africa records
Location of activities: North Carolina, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1988 - 1993
Description: The archive includes papers and records including correspondence, flyers, programs, meeting and event notices, memoranda, minutes, news clippings, photographs, schedules, statements, and miscellaneous publications. Gift of Erin Winslow, 1997.
Archive Of: Charlotteans for a Free Southern Africa
Medium: 0.1 linear feet (one file folder)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://library.uncc.edu/manuscript/ms0284
Repository: University of North Carolina at Charlotte, J. Murrey Atkins Library, Special Collections Department
9201 University City Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28223-0001


Archival Collection Name: Chicago Anti-Apartheid Movement Collection, 1977-2000
Location of activities: Illinois, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1977-2000
Description: Organizations worldwide worked to end apartheid, the system of government-sponsored racism in Southern and South Africa. Chicago was active in anti-apartheid efforts, passing sanctions against and divesting holdings from South Africa primarily through the efforts of local social justice, religious, and activist groups. Chicago organizations worked for the passing sanctions against working with companies that supported the apartheid government in South Africa, divesting their holdings from South Africa and South African banks, and encouraging other local governments and large cities to do the same. In 1990, Chicago was proclaimed a Sister Community to Alexandra Township, the largest township of Johannesburg. Series include: 1. Secondary Sources, 1981-1996, 2. Local Anti Apartheid Organizations, 1977-1995, 3. National Anti Apartheid Organizations, 1990-1995, 4. South African Anti Apartheid Organizations, 1989-1994, 5. International Anti Apartheid Organizations, 1982-1995, 6. Events, 1981-1995, 7. Conferences, 1983-1993, 8: Reports, 1978-1994, 9. Writings and Notes, 1985-2000, 10. Photographs, 1981-1994, 11. Artifacts, 1980's-1990's, 12. Publications, 1978-2000. Illinois organizations in the collection include: Chicago Alexandra Sister Community Project, Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa, Coalition for Illinois Divestment from South Africa, Clergy and Laity Concerned, Dennis Brutus Defense Committee, 8th Day Center for Justice, Illinois Labor Network Against Apartheid, Mozambique Solidarity Office, Mozambique Support Network, Southern Africa Network of the ECLA, Synapses, and TransAfrica. The collection also includes material of national organizations.
Includes Materials Of: Coalition for Illinois' Divestment from South Africa, Clergy and Laity Concerned, Illinois Labor Network Against Apartheid, Mozambique Solidarity Office, TransAfrica, Dennis Brutus Defense Committee, Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa, Mozambique Support Network
Medium: 10.0 Cubic Feet. Administrative Records, Artifacts, Brochures, Buttons (information artifacts), Correspondence, Journals (periodicals), Magazines (periodicals), Newsletters, Newspaper Clippings, Newspapers, Personal Papers, Photographs, Political Posters, Reports, T-Shirts, Video Tapes, posters
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.lib.colum.edu/archives/exhibits/caam.php
Repository: Columbia College Chicago Archives
Library, 2nd Floor, 624 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60605
(312) 369-8788, collegearchives@colum.edu
http://www.lib.colum.edu/archives/

Archival Collection Name: Records of the Church Council of Greater Seattle
Location of activities: Washington, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1979 - 1995 (Southern Africa Task Force)
Description: Records document the Church Council of Greater Seattle from its founding in 1919 through 2003. Included are records of some organizations that existed separately for a time and then merged with the Seattle or Washington-Northern Idaho councils. Also included are records of the state, regional, and national councils or other councils with which the Seattle council had close ties. Records include correspondence, minutes, speeches and writings, reports, statements, financial records, newsletters, news releases, scrapbooks, and ephemera. The Church Council of Greater Seattle established a Southern Africa Task Force that operated from 1979 thought 1995.
Archive Of: Task Force on Southern Africa, Church Council of Greater Seattle
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/findaids/docs/papersrecords/ChurchCouncilGreaterSeattle1358.xml
Repository: University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Box 352900, Seattle, WA 98195-2900
(206) 543-1929
http://www.lib.washington.edu/specialcoll/

Archival Collection Name: Coalition for Social Responsibility collection
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1978- 1982
Description: Material related to divestment from companies doing business in South Africa and campaigns to get Vassar College to divest. Material includes: publications on divestiture efforts (on- and off-campus publications); reports of student committees (on- and off-campus groups); response letters from banks to Vassar College President Virginia B. Smith's letter about their investments in South Africa; clippings about S. Africa, apartheid and divestiture from on- and off-campus publications; and student petitions. Similar materials as above on the topic of nuclear disarmament from the later period covered in the collection.
Includes Materials Of: Coalition for Social Responsibility
Medium: .5 cubic foot (9 folders)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://specialcollections.vassar.edu/collections/archives/archiveslisting.html
Repository: Vassar College Libraries, Archives and Special Collections
Box 20, 124 Raymond Ave., Poughkeepsie, NY, 12604-0020
(845) 437-5799, spcoll@vassar.edu
http://specialcollections.vassar.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Coalition of Black Trade Unionists Records
Location of activities: Washington, DC, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1972 - 1995
Description: The records of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) include materials on these subjects: labor and civil rights movement, anti-apartheid movement, affirmative action programs, African-American political activity. There also are materials that document the work of TransAfrica. The records of CBTU were placed in the Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs of the Walter P. Reuther Library in August and September of 2001 by CBTU President William Lucy and the CBTU Executive Council and were opened for research in March of 2002. A large number of photographs and some convention memorabilia received with the collection have been transferred to the Archives Audiovisual Department.
Archive Of: Coalition of Black Trade Unionists
Medium: 11 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.reuther.wayne.edu/node/2379
Repository: Walter P. Reuther Library, Wayne State University
5401 Cass Ave., Detroit MI 48202
313-577-4024, reutherreference@wayne.edu
http://www.reuther.wayne.edu

Archival Collection Name: Collections Related to Student Organizations/Activities/Publications
Location of activities: New York, United States
Description: The Syracuse University Archives actively documents the history of student organizations and activities. The collection includes material of People for Peace and Justice. There is a folder in the Chancellor Melvin Eggers/Kenneth Shaw Papers (VBOX 21640, AR2 7-4-3-2) labeled "People for Peace and Justice" which contains letters, memos, some fliers and security reports about demonstrations and SU policy on apartheid and investments in South Africa. In addition there is a clippings file on "South African Investments" that contains articles about anti-apartheid demonstrations.
Includes Materials Of: People for Peace and Justice
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://archives.syr.edu/collections/org_act_pub.html
Restrictions: Permission needed to see the files from the chancellors' papers
Repository: Syracuse University Archives
Syracuse University, 222 Waverly Ave, Suite 600, Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
(315) 443-3335, archives@syr.edu
http://archives.syr.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Carole J.L Collins papers
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1974 - 2003
Description: Carole J.L. Collins was an activist and writer who concentrated her work on global economic justice and apartheid in South Africa. Her writing often appeared in the National Catholic Reporter, where she served as an Africa Correspondent (1985-1986), UN/Diplomatic Correspondent (1991-1992), and a freelance contributor (1970s-1990s), as well as other roles. Collins was the national coordinator for the Campaign to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa (COBLSA) from 1981-1983, the National Coordinator of Jubilee 2000/USA in 1998-1999, and held positions in the American Friends Service Committee, the Interfaith Action for Economic Justice, and the Africa Faith and Justice Network. Collins passed away September 23, 2006. The Carole J.L. Collins papers consist of collected research materials in the forms of articles, book chapters, conference and presentation papers, news clippings, press releases and statements, publications, speeches, and reports with occasional correspondence and manuscripts drafts for work authored by Collins and her spouse, journalist Steve Askin. The papers mainly focus on the African country of Zaire (1971-1997), its banking and economy, diamond and ivory trade, human rights violations, health and welfare, and military; as well as governmental corruption and the country’s relationship to the United States, the Soviet Union, and the political developments that led to the country adopting the name Democratic Republic of the Congo (1998-). The papers also thoroughly document Zaire’s President Mobutu Sese Seko, the regime’s corruption, and Mobutu’s relationships with supporters. The papers also provide documentation regarding civil war and conflict of the Great Lakes region of Africa, which includes the countries of Burundi, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania (1990s-2000s). Other topics covered include the First Congo War (1996-1997), the Rwandan genocide (1994), and the Second Congo War (1998-2003). Collins mostly lived in Chicago, Illinois and Washington, DC.
Medium: 30.0 Linear Feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org/archon/index.php?p=accessions/accession&id=1343
Repository: Amistad Research Center
Tilton Hall, Tulane University, 6823 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 862-3222, reference@amistadresearchcenter.org
http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org

Archival Collection Name: Committee for Health in Southern Africa
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1984 - 1995
Description: The archive includes correspondence of the steering committee regarding Committee for Health in South Africa (CHISA) meetings, finances, membership, and the organization of or participation in conferences in the USA and in southern Africa; selected occasional newsletters of CHISA and related organizations; selected newspaper clippings and excerpts from publications on apartheid and health issues in South Africa; unpublished and published conference proceedings; and other selected publications relating to health issues in southern Africa, especially South Africa.
Archive Of: Committee for Health in Southern Africa
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/inside/projects/findingaids/scans/pdfs/CHSA.pdf
Restrictions: Access to all records is restricted to on-site use at Columbia University.
Repository: Columbia University, Butler Library, The Center for Human Rights Documentation and Research, The Rare Books and Manuscripts Library
535 West 114th Street, 6th Floor, New York, New York,10027
212-854-3630, rbml@libraries.cul.columbia.edu
http://library.columbia.edu/locations/chrdr.html

Archival Collection Name: Committee for a Free Mozambique (Yale University collection)
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1970s
Description: This collection includes some editions of the organization's newsletter, CFM News & Notes.
Includes Materials Of: Committee for a Free Mozambique
Catalog Info: Type "cfm news" in the search box and use journal/newspaper/magazine search
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://orbis.library.yale.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=First
Restrictions: Restrictions apply to the use of Yale University Library. Scholars not affiliated with Yale should visit the library website or contact the library by telephone (203) 432-1853 or fax (203) 432-9486.
Repository: Yale University, Sterling Memorial Library
130 Wall Street, P.O. Box 208240, New Haven, CT 06520-8240
(203) 432-1810
http://www.library.yale.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Cornelius Moore African Activist Collection
Location of activities: Pennsylvania, United States
Time Period of Collection: mid 1970s-early 1980s
Description: The collection includes documents from the Philadelphia-based group United People's Campaign Against Apartheid and Racism (UPCAAR) from 1980. It also includes political button from a number of organizations in Philadelphia, Oregon, and Barcelona, Spain (in Catalan), and some of unknown origin. The program of the Amandla Festival of Unity concert at Harvard Stadium on July 21, 1979 is also included.
Includes Materials Of: United People's Campaign Against Apartheid and Racism
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Francis Crowe (papers)
Location of activities: Massachusetts, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1960 - 2003
Description: Papers of social activism in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. Francis Crown was a pacifist and a political activist. She was born in Carthage, Missouri, 1919. She married Thomas Crowe in 1945 and moved to Northampton, MA. She has three children. Crowe founded and was active in many causes and peace groups, including the anti-apartheid movement, from the mid-20th century. The archive includes extensive records from Crowe's work as the western Massachusetts representative for American Friends' Service Committee (1970s-90s), including anti-apartheid activity. She was active in the Committee to End Apartheid, Springfield, Massachusetts. The collection includes correspondence, clippings, newsletters, scrapbooks, photographs, diaries, posters, videotapes, memorabilia, calendars, notebooks, manuscripts, notes, speeches, petitions, itineraries, and financial records. As of July 2005, the collection was unprocessed.
Includes Materials Of: Committee to End Apartheid
Medium: 61 linear feet (49 boxes)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://asteria.fivecolleges.edu/findaids/sophiasmith/mnsss233.html
Restrictions: Partially restricted access - contact the Sophia Smith Collection for more information
Repository: Smith College, Sophia Smith Collection
Alumnae Gym (Neilson Library), Northampton, MA 01063
13 585-2970, ssc-wmhist@smith.edu
http://www.smith.edu/libraries/libs/ssc/

Archival Collection Name: DJB Foundation Records
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1971-1975
Description: The DJB Foundation concentrated on groups generally ignored by conventional foundations because they were controversial and operated on a nationwide scale despite their modest resources. Grant Files include files for the Congress of African People and the Gulf Boycott Coalition. See related archive: Carol Bernstein Ferry and W. H. Ferry Papers.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www-lib.iupui.edu/special/collections/philanthropy/mss010
Repository: Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis University Library, Ruth Lilly Special Collections and Archives
755 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
(317) 274-0462, speccoll@iupui.edu
http://www-lib.iupui.edu/special/home

Archival Collection Name: David Lyons and Matthew Lyons Cornell divestment movement collection, 1976-1987
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1976 - 1987
Description: Reports; legal documents; memos; and articles, leaflets, posters, and other publications, all relating to the movement for divestment in from companies doing business in apartheid South Africa at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Matthew Lyons (Cornell University Class of 1986) helped to organize and participated in the first divestment sit-ins at Cornell's Day Hall in April-May 1985, as well as the May 8, 1985 action, "Take It To the Straight." In the fall of 1985, he helped to coordinate the divestment movement's daily sit-ins and civil disobedience at Day Hall. David Lyons, Matthew's father, is professor of law and philosophy at Cornell University. He was part of the first group of Cornell faculty and staff to be arrested in the divestment sit-ins in April 1985. He helped to draft the documents of the organization Faculty and Staff Against Apartheid (FSAA) including "Why Cornell Should Divest" and the FSAA's reply to the Proxy Review Committee Report on divestment. He represented Shantytown residents within the Cornell judicial system with regard to their complaints against the central administration.
Archive Of: South Africa Divestment Coalition
Medium: 1 cubic foot
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/EAD/htmldocs/RMA02541.html
Repository: Cornell University Library, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
2B Carl A. Kroch Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853
(607) 255-3530
http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Peter Davis collection
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1970s - 2000 (approximately)
Description: The collection constitutes over thirty years of activities by Peter Davis as a producer, director, scriptwriter, cameraman and editor of documentary films on social and political issues. Peter Davis is the founder of Villon Films, and has been independently producing and distributing award-winning films since the 'sixties, mostly on social and political issues. For thirty years be was based in the U.S., where many of his productions were broadcast on PBS. He has written, produced, and directed more than sixty documentaries, including several on apartheid. Davis began making films in South Africa in the 1970s and became deeply involved in the anti-apartheid movement. His films were widely used by the international anti-apartheid movement. His current focus is on the history of cinema relating to South Africa. The Peter Davis Collection at Indiana University represents thirty years of work. The South African material in the Peter Davis Collection not only spans the period of the most intensive struggle for human rights in that country, but also includes historical work dating from the beginning of the century. Davis' films include interviews with many South African activists. The collection includes not only films, but also corresponding outtakes, photographs, stills, audiocassettes, and manuscripts, all available for research and study. His credits include: South Africa: the White Laager (United Nations, Swedish TV, PBS, 1977), a history of Afrikaner nationalism; Generations of Resistance (United Nations, Swedish TV, National Black Programming Consortium, PBS, 1980), documenting the long history of African rebellion against white rule in South Africa up to the student uprising of 1976; Amandla! (Washington Office on Africa, 1980) 2-part educational slide-show; South Africa: The Nuclear File (Swedish TV, 1980) development of South Africn’s nuclear industry to weapons’ capacity; Winnie Mandela (United Nations, Swedish TV, National Black Programming Consortium, 1986); Remember Mandela! (Villon Films, 1988) biography of Nelson Mandela; and In Darkest Hollywood: Cinema and Apartheid (1993), a two-part social and political history of the representation of South Africa in cinema fiction films during the apartheid period. The Peter Davis Collection at Indiana University represents thirty years of work. The collection includes not only films, but also corresponding outtakes, photographs, stills, audiocassettes, and manuscripts, all available for research and study. Contributed by Peter Davis.
Medium: Films, photos, manuscripts
Catalog Info: Clich here
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.indiana.edu/~bfca/collection/special/peterd.html
Repository: Indiana University, Black Film Center/Archive
Smith Research Center, Suite 180, 2805 East 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47408
(812) 855-6041
http://www.indiana.edu/~bfca/

Archival Collection Name: Educators Against Racism and Apartheid
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1985 - 1994
Description: The archive includes copies of the curriculum guide and the newsletter, some original and copied correspondence (for example with Oliver Tambo and young American children from the 1980s), both editions of the curriculum, anti-apartheid flyers, buttons, and photographs and videocassettes of group-sponsored events and performances (including a children xs play and a school class) from 1990 to 1993. Archives deposited by Paula Rogovin, one of the founding members and a former President of the Board of Directors.
Archive Of: Educators Against Racism and Apartheid
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://magic.msu.edu/record=b5309799a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa (Yale University)
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1971 - 1994
Description: The records in this collection primarily document the ECSA's work in relation to Namibia. Publications (1963-1994), files relating to Namibia (1971-1990).
Archive Of: Episcopal Churchpeople For A Free Southern Africa
Medium: 8 boxes; 4 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/fa/divinity.102
Restrictions: Unknown, contact depository institution in advance
Repository: Yale University Library, Divinity Library Special Collections
409 Prospect Street, New Haven, Connecticut
Divinity.Library@yale.edu
http://www.library.yale.edu/div/speccoll.html

Archival Collection Name: Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa / Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa
Location of activities: New York, United States
Description: On the death of Bill Johnston in 1998, the Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa (ECSA) (previously called Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa) was closed down and the remaining archives sent to the National Archives of Namibia. As of February 2009 part of the collection has been processed and a preliminary database is available on site. The archive includes publications of ECSA and other organizations, correspondence, photo prints, and negatives.
Archive Of: Episcopal Churchpeople For A Free Southern Africa
Medium: As of February 2009: 272 listed boxes, 50 unlisted boxes, and the unlisted contents of 25 filing cabinet drawers.
Restrictions: Some restrictions, contact in advance.
Repository: National Archives of Namibia
Private Bag 13250, Windhoek
264-61-2935211, natarch@mec.gov.na


Archival Collection Name: Gay J. McDougall South Africa and Namibia Papers
Location of activities: Washington, DC, United States
Time Period of Collection: Mostly 1980 - 1994
Description: Gay J. McDougall South Africa and Namibia Papers and the records of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Southern Africa Project. McDougall served as the Director of the Southern Africa Project for 14 years and was the only American to be appointed to the Independent Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC). The McDougall papers contain unique documentation of the activities and decisions of the IEC from the perspective of a member of the Commission and reveal a day-by-day detailed picture of the challenges confronted by the Commission in mounting South Africa’s first democratic elections. The papers document a pivotal period between 1980-1994 when Ms. McDougall and lawyers in South Africa and Namibia collaborated on the defense of and gained the release of thousands of political prisoners and detainees imprisoned during the struggle against apartheid in South Africa and Namibia. Among the papers is a collection of nearly 100 files on the trials of the political activists supported by the Southern Africa Project including non-confidential communications between McDougall and the lawyers representing those activists. Additionally, the papers document Ms. McDougall's role in the United States-based anti-apartheid movement and the international networking that took place among activists, including efforts to influence U.S. foreign policy. Other key events and topics reflected in the collections include the establishment of the Commission on Independence for Namibia, and the development of judicial and constitutional norms, institutions, and legislation during the post-apartheid transitional period.
Includes Materials Of: Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Medium: correspondence, memoranda, photographs, videos, ephemera such as election ballots, original local news coverage, and Ms. McDougall's diaries from trips to South Africa, Namibia and the Frontline States; publications by South African organizations including books, reports and briefing papers
Repository: Columbia University Libraries, Center for Human Rights Documentation and Research, Human Rights Organization Archives
535 West 114th Street, 6th Floor, New York, New York,10027
212-854-3630, chrdr@columbia.edu
http://library.columbia.edu/locations/chrdr.html

Archival Collection Name: Genesee Ecumenical Ministries Collection
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: Africa material 1978-1980s
Description: Archive of the Genesee Ecumenical Ministries (GEM). The archive one cubic foot of files describing the activities of the Rochester Committee for Justice in Southern Africa (RCJSA), a project of GEM. They describe local efforts at bank boycotts, share holders' corporate responsibility campaign, mobilization of a local delegation to visit South Africa to observe practices of Rochester-based corporations, public awareness efforts, conversations with executives of the Eastman Kodak Company about corporate responsibility in regard to apartheid.
Archive Of: Genesee Ecumenical Ministries
Repository: Ecumenical and Interfaith Archives of Rochester
2 Riverside Street, Rochester, NY 14613
(585) 254-2570, GRCC1@frontiernet.net


Archival Collection Name: George M. Houser collection
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1954 - 1999
Description: The George Houser collection consists of 1634 slides and approximately nine hours of film taking by Houser during trips to various African countries, spanning a period of time from 1954 to 1999. Some of the notable events and personages included in the collection are: the first election of an independent Ghana (1954); three All African Peoples Conferences in Ghana (1958), Tunis (1960), and Cairo (1961); the founding of the Organization of African Unity (1963); Self-Government Day in Kenya with pictures of Jomo Kenyatta (1963); a hiking trip in Angola during the war against Portugal (1962); independence celebrations in Malawi and Zambia (1964); Houser's flight into Namibia in keeping with a United Nations resolution, but without a South African visa (1957); two weeks in the Sahara desert with the liberation group Polisario (1979); the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the African Party for Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde; the twentieth anniversary of the beginning of the struggle for Algerian independence; elections before independence in Zimbabwe after the civil war (1980); and the elections and independence in Namibia (1989-1990). Includes material on Algeria, Angola, Cape Verde, Congo, Egypt, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Western Sahara, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Includes Materials Of: American Committee on Africa
Medium: Slides and film
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org/archon/index.php?p=collections/controlcard&id=108
Repository: Amistad Research Center
Tilton Hall, Tulane University, 6823 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 862-3222, reference@amistadresearchcenter.org
http://www.amistadresearchcenter.org

Archival Collection Name: Sean Gervasi (Africa archive)
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: Mostly 1970s and 1980s
Description: The Africa archive of Sean David Orlando Gervasi (1932-1996). Gervasi was an economist, academic, foreign policy critic. He was active in the Concerned Citizens’ Committee on Africa. He worked for United Nations Office of the Commissioner for Namibia (under Nobel Peace Prize winner Sean MacBride) and the United Nations Centre against Apartheid. His research and analysis provided the foundations of a consistent critique of the impact of U.S. investment in Southern Africa. In December 1975 he issues a report revealing the continuing escalation in Angola by South Africa and the involvement of the United States in supplying arms via Zaire. In July 1977 he testified in Congress on arms sales to South Africa by the U.S., Britain, Italy and France. In the1980’s he probed Pretoria’s violent war of destabilization against the newly independent neighboring states of Angola, Mozambique, and Zimbabwe, and provided decisive criticism of the Reagan constructive engagement policies. The collection includes personal letters and papers from Gervasi and other leading Africanists and politicians as well as unpublished typescripts, documents, and publications. Deposited by his widow Heather Cottin.
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Avel L. Gordly Papers
Location of activities: Oregon, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1980s - 2008
Description: The Avel L. Gordly collection represents the record of public service of Oregon's first African American woman state senator, documenting her activities mainly between the years 1992 and 2008. After working for community-based organizations like the Urban League and the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Gordly was appointed to a seat in the state legislature in 1992 to fill a vacancy. She was subsequently re-elected and in 1996, ran successfully for the senate, where she served until her retirement. Born and raised in Portland, Gordly graduated from Portland State University in 1974. Her Africa connections began in college, when she traveled to Nigeria with Crossroads Africa's student exchange program. In the 1980s, her work with the AFSC focused on their Southern Africa Program, especially anti-apartheid activism locally, nationally, and internationally. As an elected official, she worked to foster connections with post-apartheid South Africa and in 1997, lead an official trade delegation to the region. She has visited seventeen African nations, most recently Ghana. The collection's Africa materials range across these varied interest areas and include correspondence, speeches, legislative research, news clippings, and photographs. Much of this material is grouped together in Box 4 under "Africa" but they are also sprinkled throughout the collection under relevant headings, like bills. Avel Gordly donated the archives jointly to two Portland State University bodies: Branford P. Millar Library and Black Studies Department.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://archon.archives.pdx.edu/?p=collections/controlcard&id=16
Restrictions: For access to the collection, contact Portland State University Library Special Collections
Repository: Portland State University, Branford P. Millar Library, Special Collection
1875 SW Park, Portland, Oregon 97201
(503) 725-5874 or (503) 725-9883 , specialcollections@lists.pdx.edu
http://library.pdx.edu/specialcollections.html

Archival Collection Name: Gordon Fellman Papers
Location of activities: Massachusetts, United States
Time Period of Collection: South Africa material 1978-1987
Description: The files in this collection were created from 1949 to 2006. The Gordon Fellman Papers includes a section: South Africa, Apartheid & Divestment. This section documents the student and faculty attempts to force the University to divest its endowment of stock in companies that were active in South Africa during the 1980s. The collection includes material related to the Brandeis Divestment Coalition.
Includes Materials Of: Brandeis Divestment Coalition
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://archon.brandeis.edu/?p=collections/controlcard&id=25
Repository: Brandeis University Libraries Robert D. Farber University Archives and Special Collections Department
Waltham, MA 02454-9110
(781) 736-4686
http://lts.brandeis.edu/research/archives-speccoll/

Archival Collection Name: Gordon Hall and Grace Hoag Collection of Dissenting and Extremist Printed Propaganda, Single Issue Focus Left
Location of activities: Rhode Island, United States
Description: The Inventory is divided into numerous series. Several series include collections of material from Africa solidarity organizations. The Single Issue Focus Left (SIFL) series includes: The Africa Fund/American Committee On Africa [225 items]; American Committee For Cape Verde, Inc.[8 items]; American Coordinating Committee For Equality In Sport And Society (ACCESS) [6 items]; Brooklynites Aganst Apartheid [10 items]; Concerned Citizens Committee On Africa [4 items]; Connecticut Anti-Apartheid Committee/African Education Committee Of Connecticut [10 items]; D.C. Student Coalition Against Apartheid And Racism (D.C. Scar) [13 items]; Eritrean Relief Committee, Inc. [6 items]; Fund For A Free South Africa [17 items]; Harvard And Radcliffe Alumni Against Apartheid [13 items]; International Defense And Aid Fund For Southern Africa [44 items]; Lawyers Campaign To Free Nelson Mandela [9 items]; New York Anti-Apartheid Coordinating Council [9 items]; New York Labor Committee Against Apartheid [21 items]; Rhode Island Divest [5 items]; Southern Africa Committee [8 items]; U.S. Congo Friendship Committee [5 items]; Washington Office On Africa/ Washington Office On Africa Educational Fund [89 items]; and the Western Sahara Campaign, USA [11 items]. The Alliances, Coalitions, Congresses, Mobilizations, Networks Left (ACCMNL) series includes material of the Capital District Coalition Against Apartheid And Racism [4 items], Coalition For A Free South Africa [5 items], Immobilize Apartheid Coalition [14 items], New York Anti-Apartheid Coalition [10 items], Northeast Southern Africa Solidarity Network [6 items], and Southern Africa Support Coalition Of Massachusetts [5 items].
Includes Materials Of: Tchuba, the American Committee for Cape Verde
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://dl.lib.brown.edu/findingaids/components.php?colid=mshallhoag&id=c4427
Repository: Brown University Library, John Hay Library
20 Prospect St / Box A, Providence, RI 02912
(401) 863-3723, hay@brown.edu
http://dl.lib.brown.edu/libweb/

Archival Collection Name: Gretchen Eick Southern Africa collection
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: Mostly 1978-1987
Description: Gretchen Eick was Policy Advocate on Military and Foreign Policy at the United Church of Christ (UCC) Office of Church in Society in Washington, D.C. from October 1977 to October 1987. Before joining the staff of the Office of Church in Society, she worked at the Washington Office on Africa, sponsored by a number of national denominational agencies. Eick also participated in the Southern Africa task Force of the Potomac Association of the United Church of Christ, a voluntary group of members of churches in the metropolitan region of Washington, D.C. This collection includes only materials about Southern Africa and U.S. policy. Includes several items written by Eick. It includes material by the UCC Potomac Association Task Force on Southern Africa and the UCC Massachusetts Conference Task Force on Southern Africa. The collection also includes material by the Mennonite Central Committee, Union of American Hebrew Congregations Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism and a number of other organization. Archives deposited by Gretchen Eick.
Includes Materials Of: United Church of Christ
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7123403~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: John Harrington (papers)
Location of activities: California, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1972 - 1995
Description: In June 1972, John Harrington authored a legislative report for the Assembly Office of Research entitled "California's Economic Involvement with Firms Operating in Southern Africa." He also assisted the State Legislature's Black Caucus draft divestment legislation. He subsequently authored additional legislative reports through the 1970s and early 1980s. He served as Chair of the Governor's Public Investment Task Force under Governor Edmund Brown and submitted its final report in October 1981. As a publicly appointed trustee of the Sacramento City Employees, he presented documentation of U.S. corporate complicity in the deaths of hundreds of individuals in Southern Africa to the Sacramento Board of Administration, Investment and Fiscal Management. He testified before several state legislative bodies and provided expert testimony in an Oregon legal case. Authored "The Economics of Divestment" [sound recording, Pacifica Radio Archive, 1985] with Gay Seidman and Walter Turner. Includes reports, correspondence, legislative bills, court records, memos, articles and press clippings on the financial and legal aspects of divestment from apartheid South Africa. Focuses chiefly on California, but with material on Michigan (including Michigan State University), Wisconsin, Connecticut, etc. Correspondents include Congressman Charles C. Diggs, Jr., Senator H.L. Richardson and Richard Knight. Forms part of the African Activist Archive. Collection donated by John Harrington.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b3957706~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Harvard/Radcliffe Alumni/ae Against Apartheid (Chester Hartman collection)
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: About 1986 - 1994
Description: Material of Harvard and Radcliffe Alumni/ae Against Apartheid (HRAAA), an organization that campaigned for Harvard University to adopt a policy of divesting its stock in companies operating in South Africa. Archives deposited by Chester Hartman, an active member of HRAAA.
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Mary-Louise Hooper (papers)
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: mid-1950s? - late-1960s?
Description: Mary-Louise Hooper was an American, a Quaker and a graduate of Stanford University. In 1956 Mary-Louise Hooper went to South Africa on a group tour and met Chief Albert Luthuli (also spelled Lutuli) and other leaders of the African National Congress (ANC). She became deeply committed to the anti-apartheid cause and she immigrated to South Africa later that year and bought a home in Durban. She worked for two years as an assistant to Luthuli. She was arrested and given a deportation order in March 1957 with thirty days to clear up her affairs. The ANC gave Hooper a letter of commendation signed by Luthuli and Tambo. After being forced to leave South Africa, Hooper returned to the United States and worked at the American Committee on Africa (ACOA) both in its office in New York and but mostly as the organization's West Cost representative. She was a member of the ANC's delegation to the All Africa People's Conference in Accra in December 1958 - no members of the ANC based inside South Africa were able to attend, as the government refused to let them travel outside the country. She also attended the All-African Peoples Conferences held in Tunis (1960) and Cairo (1961). Her work at ACOA included raising money for political prisoners for the Africa Defense and Aid Fund, arranging public meetings for African leaders, public speaking, helping African students in the U.S. and other countries, organizing the Declaration of American Artists Against Apartheid statement "We Say 'No' to Apartheid" opposing cultural contacts, signed by 65 well known performers, and editing a newsletter, South African Bulletin (later renamed Southern Africa Bulletin). She co-coordinated the Committee of Conscience Against Apartheid, initiated by the ACOA and the University Christian Movement, which campaigned against the financial support to apartheid given by two of the largest New York banks - Chase Manhattan and First National City. She traveled in 24 African countries and was acquainted with numerous African leaders. Included in the archives are original letters from Moses Kotane in Dar-Es-Salaam, Oliver Tambo, Alfred Hutchison, Zeke Mphahlele, M.P. Naicker, and many from Albert Luthuli in Groutville. The archive also includes letters from Joshua Nkomo of Zimbabwe and Tom Mboya of Kenya. (Note: Additional archival material related to Mary-Louise Hooper is in the archives of the ACOA at the Amistad Research Center, Tulane University.) Donated by Mary-Louise Hooper's daughter Sue Cogley.
Includes Materials Of: American Committee on Africa
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://magic.msu.edu/record=b5146444~S39a
Restrictions: Library use only - contact MSU Library in advance
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Human Rights Watch Archives
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1952 - 2003 (Bulk, 1978 - 1994) Later material will be added.
Description: The Human Rights Watch archive offers a unique, comprehensive view of human rights conditions in more than 70 nations around the world during the last two-and-a-half decades, and provides a complete picture of the investigative, public education, and lobbying activities of this world-renowned organization. It includes administrative files, public relations documents, as well as case and country files. Materials include correspondence and e-mail communications, professional and personal field notes, testimonies and interviews, material on research methodology, addresses and contact lists, confidential interoffice memos, legal and advocacy material, internal planning and policy material, declassified government and United Nations documents, published and unpublished human rights reports from individuals and fellow non-governmental organizations (NGOs), press clippings and news releases, as well as regional maps, posters and audiovisual material. Another category of documents consists of HRW reports and briefing papers, as well as press releases and open letters to heads of state, governments and various government agencies.
Archive Of: Human Rights Watch
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/libraries/inside/projects/findingaids/scans/pdfs/HRW_Helsinki.pdf
Restrictions: This collection is located off-site. You will need to request this material at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance to use the collection in the Rare Book and Manuscript Library Reading Room. Please consult the Rare Book and Manuscript Library for further information. Some parts of the HRW Records are restricted. Restrictions are noted in scope and content notes and indicated in the contents list. Access to restricted material may only be granted with the written permission of HRW. Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. Permission to publish, reproduce, exhibit, and create any derivative work, compilation or digitized version based on, or to use for any other purpose than research and photocopying for personal, scholarly and/or other non-commercial purposes, all or part of such materials must be obtained in writing from HRW. Requests should include a detailed description of the proposed publication.
Repository: Columbia University Libraries, Center for Human Rights Documentation and Research, Human Rights Organization Archives
535 West 114th Street, 6th Floor, New York, New York,10027
212-854-3630, chrdr@columbia.edu
http://library.columbia.edu/locations/chrdr.html

Archival Collection Name: William Alphaeus Hunton
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1926 - 1970
Description: Personal, professional, organizational and literary papers of William Alphaeus Hunton, an African American scholar, expert on Africa, political activist, administrator of the Council on African Affairs, 1943-1955, and the Encyclopedia Africana Project in Ghana, 1962-1966. He became the Educational Director of the Council on African Affairs (CAA) in 1943, during a one year leave of absence from Howard University. The following year, he resigned from his job as a professor and moved to New York. After the withdrawal of Max Yergan from the post of Executive Director of the CAA, Hunton additionally assumed the role of executive secretary - assuring, often alone, the functioning of the entire organization until its dissolution in 1955. Hunton's book, Decision on Africa was published in 1957. At the invitation of President Sekou Toure he immigrated to Guinea. In 1962 he accepted an invitation from W.E.B. Du Bois to work in Ghana. In February 1966 President Kwame Nkrumah was overthrown and Hunton was later expelled from Ghana. Hunton returned to New York but a year later moved to Zambia at the invitation from President Kenneth Kaunda. He died of cancer in Lusaka on January 13, 1970 at the age of 63. Correspondents in the collection include Kwame Nkrumah; Eleanor Roosevelt; Ralph J. Bunche; Jawarharlal Nehru; and Walter Sisulu, Secretary-General of the African National Congress of South Africa. The collection also includes Hunton's writings consisting of lectures, articles, and reviews, 1938-1968; and two manuscripts articles written by Dorothy Hunton about William Alphaeus Hunton.
Includes Materials Of: Council on African Affairs
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catnyp.nypl.org/record=b2646610
Repository: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
The New York Public Library, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY 10037-1801
(212) 491-2200
http://www.nypl.org/research/sc/sc.html

Archival Collection Name: Impact Visuals Photograph Collection
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: n.d., 1964-2000 [bulk 1983-1999]
Description: Impact Visuals was a New York City-based cooperative photo agency dedicated to social documentary photography. Founded by Michael Kaufman, Impact Visuals operated for 15 years until shutting down in 2001. Photographs, slides and negatives primarily of South Africa and the anti-apartheid movement. Most of the images in this collection were obtained when Impact Visuals acquired defunct South African cooperative Afrapix's material. Afrapix was a collective, self-funded group of freelance photographers in South Africa operating between 1982-1992. A few additional images came from Southlight Photographic Agency. The collection consists of photographs, slides, and negatives, as well as a limited amount of supporting materials and publications. The vast majority of the material relates to South Africa. Other African nations include Namibia, Rwanda and Zaire (Congo). South Africa's first interracial elections in April 1994 are particularly well represented in the collection, as are the African National Congress (ANC), Nelson Mandela and Winnie Mandela, and National Party President F.W. De Klerk. Subjects other than politics include the environment, labor, economics, health, poverty, and cultural life. Abdul Shariff, one of the photographers who worked for Afrapix and later Impact Visuals, was killed while documenting an ANC event in January 1994. Shariff's curriculum vitae, contract with Impact Visuals, and correspondence with fellow photographer Ansell Horn document the working relationships of a South African photographer.
Archive Of: Impact Visuals
Medium: 6.5 linear feet. Photographs, slides, negatives and some documentary material.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.lib.uconn.edu/online/research/speclib/ASC/findaids/Impact_Visuals/MSS20030047.html
Restrictions: There are no access restrictions on this collection. Contact in reference advance. Permission to publish from these Papers must be obtained in writing from both the University of Connecticut Libraries and the owner(s) of the copyright.
Repository: University of Connecticut Libraries, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, Archives & Special Collections
405 Babbidge Road, Unit 1205, Storrs, CT 06269-1205
(860) 486-4500
http://www.lib.uconn.edu/online/research/speclib/ASC/index.html

Archival Collection Name: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility records
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1966 - 2011 (South Africa 1966 - 1996)
Description: The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR) grew out of an interest in socially responsible investing that arose from concerns of clergy that churches might be profiting from the Vietnam War through their investments. In 1973, the Interfaith Committee on Social Responsibility in Investments (ICSRI) merged with the Corporate Information Center (CIC) to form the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR). Subseries IV.6: South Africa, 1966-1996 contains records related to programs and issues coordinated through the ICCR, which originate from both Program Directors and Executive Directors. There is extensive documentation of the ICCR's work on issues related to apartheid South Africa.
Archive Of: Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility
Medium: 137.5 linear ft. (110 records boxes)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://clio.columbia.edu/catalog/8429461
Repository: Columbia University Libraries, Center for Human Rights Documentation and Research, Human Rights Organization Archives
535 West 114th Street, 6th Floor, New York, New York,10027
212-854-3630, chrdr@columbia.edu
http://library.columbia.edu/locations/chrdr.html

Archival Collection Name: Interference Archive
Location of activities: New York, United States
Description: The Interference Archive explores the relationship between cultural production and social movements. The Interference Archive includes many kinds of objects created as part of social movements including posters, flyers (leaflets), publications, photographs, books, T-shirts and buttons. The archive includes material produced by anti-apartheid organizations and by the African National Congress and SWAPO. As of February 4, 2014 there were no collection names for material donated by different people.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://interferencearchive.org/
Restrictions: Open on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 12 – 5 pm, and weekdays by appointment (for groups and class visits only). For the month of August only open on Sundays. Contact in advance.
Repository: Interference Archive
131 8th Street No. 4, Brooklyn, NY 11215
interferencearchive@gmail.com
http://interferencearchive.org/

Archival Collection Name: International Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa United States Committee
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1956-1989
Description: The records consist of correspondence and subject files documenting the work of the International Defense and Aid Fund in North America. Received from: Kenneth N. Carstens, executive director of the U.S. Committee of IDAF. Cite as: International Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa Records. Call Number: MS 1600
Archive Of: International Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa (United States Committee)
Medium: 9.75 linear feet (9 boxes)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/fa/mssa.ms.1600
Restrictions: Unknown, contact library in advance.
Repository: Yale University Library, Manuscripts and Archives
PO Box 208240, New Haven, CT 06520
mssa.assist@yale.edu
http://www.library.yale.edu/mssa

Archival Collection Name: International Oil Working Group
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1957 - 1987 (bulk 1980 - 1985)
Description: The collection consists of administrative papers including financial records, minutes and association history materials; correspondence; printed materials produced by the IOWG; conference files; UN documents relating to South Africa and sanctions; and reference materials, including published reports, news clippings, newsletters and journals, related to oil shipping, tanker information and South African economic and political activity generally. Documents span the years 1957-1987, but the bulk of material is from 1980-1985. Acquired from Teresa Turner.
Archive Of: International Oil Working Group
Medium: 15 linear ft., 29 boxes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.library.umass.edu/spcoll/ead/mums268.htm
Repository: University of Massachusetts Amherst, W.E.B. Du Bois Library, Special Collections and Archives
Amherst, MA 01003
(413) 545-2780
http://www.library.umass.edu/spcoll/spec.html

Archival Collection Name: Homer A. Jack Papers, 1930-1995
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: Africa material mostly 1950s and early 1960s
Description: Homer A. Jack (1916-1993) was a Unitarian Universalist clergyman and denominational official who sought to apply religious values to national and international affairs. The archives include material related to the Americans for South African Resistance (1952-1953) and the American Committee on Africa. Jack was a co-founded of the American Committee on Africa and served as associate director of the organization from 1959 to 1964. Series VI, Box 19 includes material on the Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Conference, Cairo, Egypt. December, 1957-January, 1958, Conference Documents, Articles and notes by Homer Jack, Letters to the American Committee on Africa about the Conference, Clippings; and the All-African Peoples' Conference, Accra, Ghana, December 1958, Conference Documents, Articles and notes by Homer Jack, Reports, Clippings, Related material. Series VII, 1960-1969, covers the time when he lived in Scarsdale, New York, while working for the American Committee on Africa and for SANE and the years in Boston, Massachusetts, when he worked with the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Includes Materials Of: American Committee on Africa
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/DG051-099/DG063HJack.html
Repository: Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081
(610) 328-8557
http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/

Archival Collection Name: James Haughton Papers, 1929-1984
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: South Africa 1970s-early 1980s
Description: James Haughton, labor leader, social worker, and community activist, was the founder of Fight Back (originally the Harlem Unemployment Center), established in 1964 to combat racial discrimination in the building trades unions and construction industry. He was also active in the tenants rights, peace, and anti-apartheid movements. Haughton was active in the Committee for a Free South Africa. The collection includes pamphlets, newsletters, and fliers in the Politics - South Africa folder concerning anti-apartheid movements in the United States and Africa, including the African National Congress, the Unity Movement of South Africa, the Toronto Committee for the Liberation of South Africa, and the South African Military Aid Fund.
Includes Materials Of: Committee for a Free South Africa (NYC)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.nypl.org/ead/3700?iamaselector#id4446721
Repository: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
The New York Public Library, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY 10037-1801
(212) 491-2200
http://www.nypl.org/research/sc/sc.html

Archival Collection Name: James Weikart collection
Location of activities: New York, United States
Description: An interesting Lusophone collection including materials of the Committee for a Free Mozambique (CFM) which supported FRELIMO's struggle for independence against Portuguese colonialism. Weikart was a member of CFM, Committee of Returned Volunteers (a group of people who had worked about in the Peace Corps and other international volunteer organizations), and Southern Africa Committee. Because of his work in support of FRELIMO and the struggle for independence from Portugal, he attended Mozambique's independence celebration representing CFM.
Includes Materials Of: Committee for a Free Mozambique
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Ken Lawrence Collection of New Left Posters, Buttons, and Other Materials
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: Mostly late 1970s to late 1990s (Africa material presumably mostly 1970s and 1980s)
Description: Ken Lawrence was a key player in the Freedom Information Service. The collection includes materials pertaining to Africa and social justice span roughly from the 1960s to 2000 with the bulk dating from the late 1970s to the late 1990s. The collection includes over 500 political protest/social action and social justice buttons, over 175 posters, and nearly 30 T-shirts used in a variety of demonstrations, rallies, and strikes on behalf of various political and social causes. How much of the material relates to Africa is not known. Collection donated by Ken Lawrence.
Medium: Buttons, posters, T-shirts
Repository: Pennsylvania State University Special Collections Library, Historical Collections and Labor Archives
104 Paterno Library, University Park, PA 16802
(814) 865-7931 or (814) 865-1793, spcolref@psulias.psu.edu
http://www.libraries.psu.edu/psul/speccolls/historical_collections.html

Archival Collection Name: Komozi Woodard Amiri Baraka collection
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: African Liberation Support Committee 1973-1976
Description: The collection consists of materials from the years 1913 through 1998 that document African American author and activist Amiri Baraka and were gathered by Dr. Komozi Woodard in the course of his research. The collection has been arranged into eighteen series. Series IX is about the African Liberation Support Committee, 1973-1976. In 1971, Owusu Sadaukai (Howard Fuller) traveled to Africa where he observed the anti-colonial movements in Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, and Angola. Upon his return to the United States, Sadaukai began to make plans for an African Liberation Day (ALD) demonstration that was designed to show worldwide support for the African liberation struggles. Amidst the planning for the first ALD in 1972, the African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC) was formed. This series of ALSC materials contains the ALSC statement of principles, an article on Tanzanian socialism by Walter Rodney, a CAP position paper on ALSC, and a handbook on African Liberation Month that includes a brief history of the ALSC. Several documents in this series provide evidence of a serious ideological struggle within the organization. These documents include a paper by ALSC international chairperson Dawolu Gene Locke, a paper by Abdul Hakimu lbn Alkalimat and Nelson Johnson discussing the ALSC statement of principles adopted at a 1973 meeting in Frogmore, South Carolina, and position papers from several ALSC branches about the future direction of the organization.
Includes Materials Of: African Liberation Support Committee
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/aafa/print/aafa_aarl01-001.html
Repository: Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History
101 Auburn Avenue, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30303
(404) 730-4001, aarl.archives@fultoncountyga.gov
http://www.afplweb.com/cms/

Archival Collection Name: Elizabeth S. Landis
Location of activities: United States
Description: Elizabeth S. Landis an international lawyer, obtaining her LLB degree from Cornell University. She was co-author of the Liberian Code of Laws of 1956. She was senior political officer in the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Namibia from 1976 to 1981. She was a key aid to Sean McBride, who was UN Commissioner for Namibia from 1974 -1977. She served as Vice-President of the American Committee on Africa from the mid-1950s to 2001. In 1956 she edited Africa-UN Bulletin published by ACOA. She also served on the board of the Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa/Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa from the mid-1950s until the organization closed in 1998. She was a member of the board of National Namibia Concerns in the 1980s. She has written extensively of Namibia and South Africa law. Her archives consist of material related to Namibia.
Medium: 0.4 meters
Restrictions: Unknown, contact archivist in advance.
Repository: National Archives of Namibia
Private Bag 13250, Windhoek
264-61-2935211, natarch@mec.gov.na


Archival Collection Name: Lawrence Litvak South Africa Catalyst Project collection
Location of activities: California, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1977 - 1980
Description: Lawrence "Larry" Litvak was one of twenty Stanford University (Palo Alto, California) community involved in the Stanford Committee for a Responsible Investment Policy that in June 1977 that formed the South Africa Catalyst Project. The Project was involved in the campaign for divestment from U.S. companies doing business in apartheid South Africa on California campuses. The collection includes material produced by the Project and that he co-authored. Items in the collection include: Organize (South Africa Catalyst Project, 1977), South Africa: Foreign Investment and Apartheid (Institute for Policy Studies, 1977), Anti-Apartheid Organizing On Campus... ....And Beyond (South Africa Catalyst Project, 1978) and Pension Funds and Ethical Investment: A Study on Investment Practices and Opportunities, State of California Retirements Systems (Council on Economic Priorities, 1980). Collection donated by Laurence Litvak.
Includes Materials Of: South Africa Catalyst Project
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Africa Project (Douglas Wachholz collection)
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: About 1970-1977
Description: Douglas Wachholz was the first director of the Southern Africa Project of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law from 1973-1975 (originally called the Africa Legal Assistance Project). The purpose of the Project was to provide legal assistance both to victims of racial repression in Southern Africa and to individuals and organizations in the United States working to pro mote human rights in Southern Africa. The project provided legal assistance to black political leaders and other opponents of apartheid in South Africa and Namibia who have been detained incommunicado or arrested under one of the many repressive statutes. The collection includes extensive material related to the case American Committee on Africa v. The New York Times which for Wachholz served as the lead lawyer for the American Committee on Africa (ACOA) and other plaintiffs, a position he continued after leaving the staff of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. The collection was donated by Douglas Wachholz.
Includes Materials Of: Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Medium: 4 boxes
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Liberator Magazines
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1961 - 1965
Description: Liberator Magazines on the Domestic Diversity and Other Subversive Activities website. The archive contains issues of the magazine Liberator (originally called Liberation) from 1961-1965. The Liberator says on some issues of its masthead it is the voice of the Afro-American protest movement in the United States and the liberation movement of Africa. Originally Liberator was published by the Liberation Committee for Africa. Later issues say Liberator is distributed by the Liberation Committee for Africa; those issue say the magazine is ether published by or copyright of the Afro-American Research Institute, Inc. In October 1963 the name Liberation Committee for Africa disappears and only Afro-American Research Institute appears. (Source: Website accessed September 29, 2011)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://domesticdiversity.com/mainpages/liberator%20issues.html

Archival Collection Name: Lutheran World Ministries, Office on World Community - Namibia Files
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1964 - 1965, 1971 - 1988
Description: Files contain correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, statements, resolutions, publications, news releases, and news clippings regarding the involvement in working for Namibian independence and against the apartheid system in South Africa. Topics of interest relate to human rights violations in South Africa and specifically Namibia; staff and other organizations' visitations to South Africa; consultations and conferences regarding South African apartheid; assistance to the South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO); U.S. divestment from South Africa; United Nations' actions and involvement in Namibia; and work with and assistance to other U.S. and international organizations against apartheid.
Archive Of: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Medium: 31 Boxes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://lrc.elca.org/EOSWeb/OPAC/TitleView/copyinfo.asp?RwSearchCode=0&WordHits=namibia%7Cfiles%7C%21i000007ac%7E%7E%21i000007ad%7C%21i000007b3%7E%7E%21i000007c4&BibCodes=1619127
Repository: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Archives
321 Bonnie Lane, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
(847) 690-9410, archives@elca.org
http://www.elca.org/archives/

Archival Collection Name: Lynne Weikart collection
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1960s-1970s
Description: Lynne was active in the Committee of Returned Volunteers (CRV) and the Committee for a Free Mozambique (CFM). CRV was an anti-imperialist organization and was active in the anti-Vietnam war movement as well as Africa solidarity work. The collection includes CRV newsletters many no on Africa. The CFM file has a lot of material from other organizations including the Church Project on U.S. Investments in Southern Africa (1973). There is also an extensive file with material from the late 1960s and early 1970s on the Cabora Bassa dam in Mozambique.
Includes Materials Of: Committee of Returned Volunteers, Committee for a Free Mozambique
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7001584~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Madison Anti-Apartheid Coalition
Location of activities: Wisconsin, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1968 - 1992
Description: Records, mainly 1970-1973 and 1987-1991, of the Madison Anti-Apartheid Coalition (originally called the Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa (MACSA)). Included are minutes and background information, correspondence, financial records, promotional records, several research publications, photographic copies of posters, and miscellaneous files. The correspondence includes contacts with churches, labor organizations, and national organizations such as the North American Anti-Imperialist Coalition. Promotional records include flyers and handbills, posters, position papers, and information on publication sales. There is also documentation on two other local organizations with related interests in South Africa: the Free Namibia Committee and the African Students Union.
Archive Of: Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa
Medium: 1.6 cubic feet. (3 archives boxes, 3 card boxes, and 1 flat box), 10 photos, 10 transparencies
Catalog Info: Type "Madison" in search box
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/wiarchives.uw-whs-mss00836
Repository: Wisconsin State Historical Society
816 State St., Madison, WI 53706
608-264-6400
http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/

Archival Collection Name: Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa papers
Location of activities: Wisconsin, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1969-1978
Description: Publications and other materials of the Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa (MACSA). The MACSA materials document many educational campaigns, fundraising campaigns for liberation movements in Southern Africa, and campaigns concerning South Africa including divestment by the University of Wisconsin. There are 28 issues of the MACSA newsletter, M.A.C.S.A. News. There also is one file folder of materials from the Committee on Southern Africa of the First Congregational Church in Madison from 1971 to 1973. There was some overlap in membership of MACSA and the Committee on Southern Africa. The archive was deposited by David Wiley who was a member of MACSA but was not resident in Wisconsin for the whole period covered by the archive. There is no MACSA material for 1974 although the organization was active that year.
Includes Materials Of: Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7123401~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Maine Project on Southern Africa Educational Video Library, Ivan Mfowethu Suzman Collection
Location of activities: Maine, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1980 - 1991
Description: Ivan Mfowethu Suzman was the co-chair of the Maine Project on Southern Africa (MPOSA). MPOSA and Ivan Suzman made movies/videos including on a protest at Citibank and one on the crisis in Southern Africa. MPOSA/Suzman also collected movies/videos made by other organization. The collection consists exclusively of these videos, all of which circulate freely and are cataloged separately in the online library catalog.
Archive Of: Maine Project on Southern Africa
Medium: Video
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://bowdoin.aquabrowser.com/?q=Ivan+Mfowethu+Suzman+collection&cmd=find
Repository: Bowdoin College Library
3000 College Station, Brunswick, Maine 04011-8421
(207) 725-3280, library@bowdoin.edu
http://library.bowdoin.edu/index.shtml

Archival Collection Name: Materials relating to the anti-apartheid movement on the University of California, Berkeley campus, 1977-1985
Location of activities: California, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1977-1985
Description: Primarily 1977-78 organizing meeting and Campuses United Against Apartheid meeting notes, handouts, articles and clippings. One folder is material from Students for Racial and Economic Justice. Also includes some anti-apartheid literature from 1985.
Includes Materials Of: Campuses United Against Apartheid
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.oac.cdlib.org/search?query=apartheid;idT=2257f5f8e0da544d7ef1765823f5f8c4
Repository: University of California, Berkeley, The Bancroft Library
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
(510) 642-6481, bancref@library.berkeley.edu
http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Dean E. McHenry Jr.
Location of activities: Illinois, United States
Description: Papers of Dean E. McHenry Jr., professor of political science (1971- ) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, including a loose-leaf binder containing copies of letters, memoranda and newspaper clippings relating to university policy with respect to majority rule in South Africa and the apartheid system; South African investment policy challenges (1977-79); Board of Trustees investment policies, the Champaign-Urbana Coalition Against Apartheid (1978-79), public meetings, drives, rallies, elections and publicity.
Medium: 0.3 cubic feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.library.uiuc.edu/archives/archon/index.php?p=collections/controlcard&id=2002&q=Dean+E.+McHenry
Repository: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library
1608 West Gregory Drive, Urbana, IL 61801
(217) 333-0790
http://gateway.library.uiuc.edu/index.html

Archival Collection Name: Mia Adjali (Africa collection)
Location of activities: New York, United States
Description: This archive includes a lot of material on the year leading up to Namibia's independence election including a weekly newsletter and other material issued by the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and some 21 reports by Ralston Deffenbaugh (who was in Namibia) for Lutheran World Federation and the Lutheran Office for World Community between May 1989 through March 1990.
Includes Materials Of: Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7001583~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Michael Fleshman African Solidarity T-shirt collection
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: Unknown, apparently 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s
Description: The nine T-shirts in this collection were produced by a number of U.S. organizations. Most relate to the struggle against apartheid in South Africa. One T-shirt was produced as part of a campaign against Chevron's practices in Nigeria in Nigeria. One T-shirt was produced as part of a campaign against the World Bank and one urges "Resistance to Corporate Colonialism."
Medium: T-shirts
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7312544~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Michigan Coalition for Human Rights Records
Location of activities: Michigan, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1975-2005, bulk 1981-1995 (most Africa material 1980s and early 1990s)
Description: The Michigan Coalition for Human Rights (MCHR) was formed in Detroit in December 1980 by a group of Detroit-area religious leaders representing a broad range of Judeo Christian and Muslim denominations. Initially MCHR was organized with the goal of providing a liberal alternative to conservative Christian organizations. The organization was dedicated to improving race relations in the Detroit area and promoting social justice and other liberal causes in the state of Michigan and nationwide as well as the promotion of human rights in Africa and other international regions. Issues including capital punishment, race relations in Detroit, gay rights, children's rights, apartheid in South Africa, and US involvement in Central America. Includes material related to a campaign against the South African gold coin called the Krugerrand and a boycott of South African products.
Archive Of: Michigan Coalition for Human Rights
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.reuther.wayne.edu/node/6836
Repository: Walter P. Reuther Library, Wayne State University
5401 Cass Ave., Detroit MI 48202
313-577-4024, reutherreference@wayne.edu
http://www.reuther.wayne.edu

Archival Collection Name: Mozambique Film Project (Robert F. Van Lierop collection)
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: About 1972 - 1976
Description: The collection consists of two discussion guides to be used with films produced by Robert F. Van Lierop on Mozambique: A Luta Continua (1972 )shot in the liberated areas of Mozambique and O Povo Organizado (1976) produced about one year after Mozambican independence.
Includes Materials Of: Mozambique Film Project
Medium: 1 folder, 2 pamphlets
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: A.J. (Abraham John) Muste Papers, 1920-1967
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1920 - 1967 (Most Africa material in 1950s and 1960s)
Description: A. J. Muste (1885-1967) was a pacifist leader and head of the Fellowship of Reconciliation. He was a founder of the American Committee on Africa (ACOA). This collection contains a small material related to Africa and campaigns and projects in support of African struggles in the United States.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/DG026-050/dg050muste.htm
Repository: Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081
(610) 328-8557
http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/

Archival Collection Name: National Lawyers Guild
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1921-2007 (Africa material 1970s-early 1990s
Description: The archive of the National Lawyers Guild (NLG) includes some material related to Southern Africa and the NLG support for the struggle against apartheid and divestment. The archives includes the following folders: Southern Africa Subcommittee 1983-1985; Southern Africa Subcommittee 1986-1990; Southern Africa Divestment Litigation 1985; Conference on Constitutional Law: Capetown, South Africa 1990-1991; Southern Africa 1975-1986; Southern Africa 1988-1991; Southern Africa (Portuguese) 1976; Legal Front (Southern Africa Subcommittee) 1987, Resource Material: South Africa 1978, Chicago: Political Organizations re Africa, Cuba, Chile, Haiti 1972-1974, Undated; New York City: South Africa Committee 1979.
Archive Of: National Lawyers Guild
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/tamwag/nlg.html
Repository: Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives
Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, New York University Libraries, 70 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012
(212) 998-2630
http://www.nyu.edu/library/bobst/research/tam/

Archival Collection Name: Prexy Nesbitt (Papers)
Location of activities: Illinois, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1962 - 1993
Description: Papers of Nesbitt, a Chicago-area activist, relating to his work as consultant for the Mozambique government and with United States organizations and projects concerning Southern Africa, and their links to related movements in Africa. Included are files relating to the Mozambique Support Network, the Mozambique Solidarity Office (Chicago, IL), the Coalition for Illinois' Divestment from South Africa, the Chicago Committee for the Liberation of Angola, Mozambique and Guinea-Bissau (CCLAMG), the Angola Support Conference, the American Committee on Africa, The Africa Fund, and the World Council of Churches Program to Combat Racism and the Working Conference on Southern Africa (Madison, WI: 1975). There is also come material concerning Nesbitt's work in the Midwest as a union organizer and representative, teacher, and in community relations in the Chicago Mayor's Office. The papers include correspondence, tour and travel reports, conference and seminar papers, memoranda, and clippings. The photographs document people and events of projects in southern Africa, and also include images used in various organizations' newsletters.
Includes Materials Of: Chicago Committee for the Liberation of Angola, Mozambique and Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique Support Network, Mozambique Solidarity Office, Coalition for Illinois' Divestment from South Africa, Angola Support Conference, American Committee on Africa, Africa Bureau; The
Medium: 7.4 cubic feet. Includes photos and negatives.
Catalog Info: Type "Nesbitt" in search box
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://arcat.library.wisc.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=sbSearch
Restrictions: This collection may be used only with the written permission of Prexy Nesbitt until September 2, 2012, at which time the restriction may be extended for one additional period. Contact librarian.
Repository: Wisconsin State Historical Society
816 State St., Madison, WI 53706
608-264-6400
http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/

Archival Collection Name: William Nessen (Papers)
Location of activities: California, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1978 - 1995
Description: Papers of social activist/organizer William ("Billy") Nessen primarily documenting the anti-apartheid movement at the University of California-Berkeley during the 1980s, especially the sit-in at Sproul Hall. There is also information about the anti-apartheid movement in the community of Berkeley and on other campuses (mainly Cornell, Columbia, and City University of New York). Organizations included: American Committee on Africa, United People of Color, Campuses United Against Apartheid, the University of California Divestment Coalition, Campaign Against Apartheid, and the Steve Biko Coalition for Full Divestment.
Includes Materials Of: Campaign Against Apartheid, Campuses United Against Apartheid, Steve Biko Coalition for Full Divestment
Medium: 1.4 cubic feet; 1 tape recording, and 10 photographs
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/wiarchives.uw-whs-m96229
Repository: Wisconsin State Historical Society
816 State St., Madison, WI 53706
608-264-6400
http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/

Archival Collection Name: New York City Divestment Documents
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1986 - 1990
Description: The collection includes of two New York City laws including a 1986 law that prohibits city agencies form contracting with companies that sell to the South African military, police, prisons and many other agencies; and a 1990 law prohibiting the city from deposing funds in banks that make loans to South Africa. It also includes Corporation Counsel's opinion advising the City's largest pension system on divestiture.
Medium: 1 folder
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: New York Labor Committee Against Apartheid
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: About 1983 - 1992
Description: Archival material of the New York Labor Committee Against Apartheid (NYLCAA). The collection was donated by Kate Pfordresher, a long-time member of the NYLCAA who served for several years as one of the coordinators.
Archive Of: New York Labor Committee Against Apartheid
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Oberlin College Archive
Location of activities: Ohio, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1977 - early 1990s (bulk)
Description: The Oberlin College Archives holds significant bodies of documentation relating to the apartheid and divestment questions. Oberlin College had a number of committees at the General Faculty and Board of Trustees level(s) that addressed these questions in particular and the African struggle for freedom in general. The bulk of files date from 1977 to the early 1990s. This includes the Oberlin Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa (OCLSA), c. 1979. The Oberlin Committee on Southern Africa (OCSA) was founded by Paul Irish in 1971, although the university archives may not have any material on this organization. OCSA gathered petitions in support of shareholder resolutions seeking the withdrawal of General Motors and Gulf Oil from South Africa and Angola. Numerous articles were published in the student newspaper, the Oberlin Review which is available on microfilm in the university library but it is not indexed.
Includes Materials Of: Oberlin Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa, Progressive Students for the Liberation of Southern Africa
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.oberlin.edu/archive/holdings/finding/RG19/SG3/S6/inventory.html
Repository: Oberlin College Archives
420 Mudd Center, 148 West College Street, Oberlin, Ohio 44074-1532
(440) 775-8014
http://www.oberlin.edu/archive

Archival Collection Name: Office of the Chancellor--Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs--Student Organization records
Location of activities: Illinois, United States
Time Period of Collection: Anti-apartheid related material mostly 1985 - 1986
Description: The office of Vice Chancellor of Student affairs was created in 1983 at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) as a subordinate administrative unit under the office of the Chancellor. It is responsible for Student Organizations and Activities, Foreign Student Affairs, and Student Financial Aid. These records were created or kept by Michael Ginsburg, who served as Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at the University of Illinois at Chicago. The vast majority of the collection documents the activities of the UIC anti-apartheid student organization Divest Now Coalition and the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs' attention to issues affecting UIC's Chinese student population.
Includes Materials Of: Divest Now Coalition
Medium: .5 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.uic.edu/depts/lib/specialcoll/services/lhsc/ead/003-05-02-01b.html
Repository: University of Chicago at Illinois Library Special Collections
Chicago, Illinois
http://library.uic.edu/home/collections/university-archives

Archival Collection Name: Gwendolyn M. Patton collection
Location of activities: Alabama, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1955 - (Africa material primarily 1984 - 1994)
Description: Gwendolyn M. Patton moved to Montgomery, Alabama when she was 16. The collection documents her involvement in the civil rights movement from age 9 (1952) to the present including her organizing on civil/voting rights for Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Alabama Democratic Conference, Tuskegee Institute Advancement League, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Coalition, Alabama New South Coalition, Southern Organizing Project, Project South, Working Group on Electoral Democracy, Fannie Lou Hamer Project, and related organizations; her student activism and tenure as Student Body President at Tuskegee (Institute) University, 1962-66; her founding of the National Black Anti-War, Anti-Draft Union (NBAWADU) Against the War in Vietnam and the National Association of Black Students (NABS). She was involved with the Southern Regional Africa Peace Coordinating Network. The archive includes material related to South Africa and Patton’s anti-apartheid activities such as demonstrations and letters to elected officials in support of divestment, sanctions, the sports boycott, the cultural boycott, political prisoners, and labor rights. The archive also includes correspondence with Kenyan election officials and youth and several articles she wrote on her trip to Kenya.
Includes Materials Of: Southern Regional Africa Peace Coordinating Network
Medium: Papers, correspondence, newsletters, T-shirts, buttons
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us/index.php?id=235#c277
Repository: H. Councill Trenholm State Technical College
3920 Troy Highway, Building E Room E102I, Montgomery, AL 36116
(334) 420-4357, lstaff@trenholmtech.cc.al.us
http://www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us/index.php?id=archives

Archival Collection Name: Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, Committee on Racial Concerns
Location of activities: Pennsylvania, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1977-1991 (most Africa material from the 1980s)
Description: The collection includes material on relations with other groups including the Martin Luther King Anti-Apartheid Coalition (1980) and Call to Conscience - South Africa, (1986) (presumably the Call to Conscience Network).
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://trilogy.brynmawr.edu/speccoll/sw/pymraconc.htm
Repository: Swarthmore College Library Special Collections, Friends Historical Library
500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA, 19081
(610) 328-8496, friends@swarthmore.edu
http://www.swarthmore.edu/fhl.xml

Archival Collection Name: Portland Anti-Apartheid Materials (Benjamin Priestley Collection)
Location of activities: Oregon, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1980 - 1997
Description: Includes material of Portlanders Organized for Southern Africa Freedom (POSAF) and the Black United Front (BUF) in Portland, Oregon. Includes material of the American Friends Service Committee. The collection includes correspondence. Collection deposited by Benjamin Priestley who was involved in POSAF and BUF.
Archive Of: Portlanders Organized for Southern African Freedom
Includes Materials Of: American Friends Service Committee, National Black United Front
Medium: 1 folder
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Portland Anti-Apartheid Materials (Elizabeth Ussher Groff collection)
Location of activities: Oregon, United States
Time Period of Collection: about 1981-1987
Description: Includes material of the American Friends Service Committee (Portland, Oregon office) and Portlanders Organized for Southern Africa Freedom. Elizabeth Ussher Groff was involved with both those organization. Archives deposited by Elizabeth Ussher Groff.
Includes Materials Of: Portlanders Organized for Southern African Freedom, American Friends Service Committee
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Prexy Nesbitt Africa Solidarity T-Shirt Collection
Location of activities: Illinois, United States
Description: This collection is part of the African Activist Archive collections. 33 T-shirts, about South Africa, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Angola, and Africa. Many were produced in the United States; some were produced in South Africa, and the creators of some are still unknown. Collection donated by Prexy Nesbitt.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7312547~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: A. Philip Randolph (Register of His Papers in the Library of Congress)
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1949-1969 (Africa material)
Description: A. Philip Randolph (1889-1979), was an African-American labor and civil right leader. He organized the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, most of whose members were African-America. He was a member of the Executive Committee of Americans for South African Resistance (AFSAR) which was founded in 1952 to support the Defiance Campaign Against Unjust Laws in South Africa. He was active in and served on the National Committee of the American Committee on Africa (ACOA), which grew out of AFSAR. The American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa (ANLCA) was formed in 1962 with Randolph and Martin Luther King, Jr., as cochairmen; ANLCA went out of business in 1968. In 1966 Randolph headed the Committee of Conscience Against Apartheid formed by ACOA and the University Christian Movement to protest loans to South Africa by Chase Manhattan Bank and First National City Bank. Subject files related to Africa include: American Committee on Africa, 1954-1969; American Negro Leadership Conference, 1962-1967; Americans for South African Resistance, 1952-1953; and Correspondence, 1949-1968, n.d.
Includes Materials Of: American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa, American Committee on Africa
Medium: 13,000 items; 56 containers plus 4 oversize; 23.8 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://lcweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/faidfrquery/r?faid/faidfr:@field(SOURCE+@band(randolph+a+philip++))
Repository: Library of Congress, Manuscript Division
Library of Congress, 101 Independence Ave. SE, Washington, D.C. 20540-4680
(202) 707-5387


Archival Collection Name: Records of the Africana Library
Location of activities: Illinois, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1944 - 1981
Description: The collection Container List/Contents contains folders on many organizations, topics and countries including: Africa Defense and Aid Fund; African-American Institute; African Liberation Day, May 26, 1973; American Committee on Africa; Committee for a Free South Africa; Operations Crossroads Africa; and Southern Africa Liberation Information Group, 1972-1973.
Includes Materials Of: Southern Africa Liberation Information Group
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://findingaids.library.northwestern.edu/catalog/inu-ead-nua-archon-489
Repository: Northwestern University Library, University Archives
Deering Library, Room 110, 1970 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60208-2300
(847) 491-3354, archives@northwestern.edu
http://www.library.northwestern.edu/archives/

Archival Collection Name: Records of the New Wave Party
Location of activities: Iowa, United States
Time Period of Collection: Africa material mostly 1980s
Description: The New Wave Party was formed in 1980 by concerned students at the University of Iowa to help initiate a fresh movement of political activism on campus. New Wave networked with many other organizations including local organizations; its members were often active in a variety of committees and associations. The archive includes material related to campaigns for divestment from companies doing business in South Africa by the University of Iowa. The archive includes material related to UISS Committee for a Free South Africa (1984-1985), Iowa Coalition Against Apartheid (ICAA), the American Committee on Africa and The Africa Fund.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/spec-coll/archives/guides/RG02/RG02.06.03.htm
Repository: University of Iowa Special Collections and University Archives
125 West Washington St, Iowa City, Iowa
(319) 335-5921, lib-spec@uiowa.edu
http://www.lib.uiowa.edu/spec-coll/

Archival Collection Name: Rest of the News Records and Tape Recordings, #3838
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1971 - 1977
Description: Includes audio tapes, source material, correspondence, research files, account books, and lists of donors. The archive includes material on African liberation struggles including Guinea-Bissau, South Africa and Zimbabwe, U.S. investment in South Africa, trade with Zimbabwe in violation of United Nations sanctions, and drought in the Sahel. The archive also includes material on the Vietnam War and Vietnam veterans, the American Indian movement and Wounded Knee, the Attica Prison revolt, and other issues of the 1970s.
Archive Of: Rest of the News
Medium: 56.1 cubic ft., 520 tapes.
Catalog Info: Click on long view
Catalog/Finding Aid: https://catalog.library.cornell.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=2070092&DB=local
Restrictions: Non-circulating. Contact in advance.
Repository: Cornell University Library, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
2B Carl A. Kroch Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853
(607) 255-3530
http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Robert E. Maurer Papers
Location of activities: New York, United States
Description: The papers include correspondence, memoranda, conference and seminar papers, research materials, summaries of meetings, flyers, brochures, reports, published articles, calls to action, posters, buttons, and personal remembrances. The collection includes material of the American Committee on Africa, the Committee of Conscience Against Apartheid, University Christian Movement Southern Africa Committee, Committee of Returned Volunteers, Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa, Liberation Support Movement, The Architects' Resistance, Africa Research Group, the Committee for a Free Mozambique, the Gulf Angola Project sponsored by the Task Force on Southern Africa of the United Presbyterian Church U.S.A., the African American Solidarity Committee, the MPLA Solidarity Committee, The Africa Fund and Corporate Data Exchange. The collection includes photographs of Robert F. Kennedy and Bishop C. Edward Crowther in South Africa on June 5, 1966.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7001597~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Robert Schwartz (Africa archive)
Location of activities: New York, United States
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b7001593~S39a
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Paul Robeson
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1925-1956 (Council on African Affairs 1944 - 1955)
Description: Collection includes material relating to the Council on African Affairs (CAA), 1944 - 1955. Paul Robeson, one of the preeminent figures in 20th century U.S. history, was an athlete, actor, singer and linguist as well as a Pan-African and progressive activist on many fronts. He was one of the founders and served as chairman of the Council on African Affairs. In the 1930s and 1940s he was probably one of the most widely known and respected Americans of any race around the world. After he was targeted for government repression in the McCarthy period, his name recognition was reduced and his influence marginalized. But his legacy is now being rediscovered by scholars and public interest is again rising, as reflected by the recent postage stamp in his honor. The collection of material referenced here, related to the CAA, is part of a large collection of Paul Robeson material. The material on the CAA consists of correspondence, reports, resolutions, press releases and clippings. Correspondents in this sub-series include: Lord Halifax, British ambassador to Washington (1944); Edward Stettinius, chairman of the United States delegation to the United Nations on the subject of colonial trusteeship, then under consideration in regard to the United Nations charter; the Natal Indian Congress in South Africa, founded by Mahatma Gandhi in 1894; Oliver Tambo, General Secretary of the African National Congress in South Africa (1954), and Mrs. Funmi Ransome Kuti, a Nigerian political activist and mother of the Afro-beat band leader Fela Anikulapo Kuti. Also included are two different drafts of Robeson's message to the Asian-African Conference in Bandung (Indonesia) in 1955 and related correspondence.
Includes Materials Of: Council on African Affairs
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.nypl.org/research/manuscripts/scm/scmrobesn.xml
Repository: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
The New York Public Library, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY 10037-1801
(212) 491-2200
http://www.nypl.org/research/sc/sc.html

Archival Collection Name: Cleveland Robinson (Papers)
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1960 - 1992
Description: Cleveland Robinson (1914-1995) was an African American trade union leader and civil rights activist who served as Secretary-Treasurer of the United Auto Workers of America, District 65, from 1952-1992. In addition to his union activity, Cleveland Robinson was a stalwart of the civil rights movement. He was administrative chairman and one of the key organizers of the August 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. A friend and advisor on labor matters to Martin Luther King, Jr., he was an active member of the National Urban League and the NAACP, a director of the Southern Christian leadership Council, and a trustee of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center in Atlanta, GA. He was also a leader in the struggle to mobilize American opposition to apartheid in South Africa and supported movements for labor and human rights in many African nations. As co-chair of the committee that organized Nelson Mandela's visit to New York City in 1990, he spearheaded a massive fund-raising campaign among the city's trade unions to defray the expenses of the event. The collection contains correspondence, miscellaneous documents, ephemera and clippings. General and Political Files, 1960-1992, provides a detailed picture of Robinson’s political interests and affiliations. Included are records of his involvement in anti-apartheid campaigns and organizations including the African National Congress, American Committee on Africa, New York Labor Committee against Apartheid (1983-1992), National Anti-Imperialist Movement in Solidarity with African Liberation, National Mobilization for Justice and Peace in Central America and Southern Africa (1986-1988), New York Anti-Apartheid Coordinating Council, New York Anti-Apartheid Welcome Committee (related to Nelson Mandela’s 1990 visit) and the Mandela Freedom Fund (1990-1993) and TransAfrica.
Includes Materials Of: New York Labor Committee Against Apartheid, New York Anti-Apartheid Coordinating Council
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://dlib.nyu.edu/findingaids/html/tamwag/robinson.html
Restrictions: Open for research without restrictions
Repository: Tamiment Library & Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives
Elmer Holmes Bobst Library, New York University Libraries, 70 Washington Square South, New York, NY 10012
(212) 998-2630
http://www.nyu.edu/library/bobst/research/tam/

Archival Collection Name: Ron Grunwald Papers
Location of activities: North Carolina, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1973-1980
Description: Ron Grunwald was an undergraduate at Duke University during the late 1970s. This collection contains materials reflecting his participation in student activism movements at Duke University and in the community, especially the Duke Southern Africa Coalition and the Radical Academic Union. In addition to material of the Southern Africa Coalition, the collection includes material on the Northeast Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa (NECLSA) Conference (1978). Contains printed matter, posters, newsletters, flyers, clippings, correspondence, memoranda, financial records, and an audiocassette concerning protest activities at Duke University and in the community.
Includes Materials Of: Southern Africa Coalition
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/rbmscl/uagrunwald/inv/
Repository: Duke University Libraries: Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library
103 Perkins Library, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina 27708-0185
(919) 660-5822, special-collections@duke.edu
http://library.duke.edu/specialcollections/index.html

Archival Collection Name: Ronald H. Chilcote collection on Latin America
Location of activities: California, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1900 - 2011 (Africa material mostly late 1960s - mid-1970s)
Description: This collection contains material on the politics, economy, and history of Latin America, Portugal, and Portuguese-speaking Africa collected by Dr. Ronald H. Chilcote, Professor Emeritus of Economics at UC Riverside. Series 3 Cabral: This series contains books, pamphlets, periodical runs, press clippings, audio recordings, and ephemera on Cabo Verde and Guinea Bissau with an emphasis on the writings by and about Amílcar Cabral and his revolutionary movement. The documents and ephemera on Cabral relate to the extensive bibliography in Ron d H. Chilcote’s Amílcar Cabral’s Revolutionary Theory, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1991. Series 7 Portugal: This series contains folders on Portugal and its colonies. Early folders concentrate on Angola, Mozambique, and other former colonies.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt4h4nf4xw/admin/
Repository: University of California, Riverside Libraries - Special Collections and Archives
Mailing address: Tomás Rivera Library, University of California, P.O. Box 5900, Riverside, CA 92517-5900
(951) 827-3233, specialcollections@ucr.edu
http://library.ucr.edu/?view=collections/spcol

Archival Collection Name: Rutgers Grass Roots - Progressive Activists Files
Location of activities: New Jersey, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1969 - 1989 (material related to anti-apartheid and divestment activity )
Description: The files span the period 1921 to 1993, inclusive, while the bulk of the collection covers the years 1979-1993 and comprise the records of two student activists at Rutgers University, Sue Kozel and Chris Berzinski, who continued their activist involvement after graduating from the University. Most of the files in the collection were created by Kozel and Berzinski as they became involved in numerous protest issues at Rutgers University. The divestment series (1969-1989, 1.2 cubic feet) documents student and faculty activities in the fight against apartheid in South Africa and for divestiture of University funds from companies doing business in South Africa. The collection includes material related to the Rutgers student organization Coalition in Solidarity with South African Liberation (CISSAL), 1977-1978 (of which Chris Berzinski was a member) which opposed to apartheid and concerned with the divestiture of University funds from corporations doing business in South Africa. Material on CISSAL includes biographies, broadsides, legislation from New Jersey and Wisconsin, opinion pieces by Chris Berzinski, an outline by Chris Berzinski showing his CISSAL activities and asking to have them be made part of his field work, a petition, press releases and publications. This collection documents the origins of CISSAL and how it evolved from the Phil Shinnick Defense Committee, focusing on one faculty member's cause, into its pro-divestiture identity. The Rutgers Coalition for Total Divestment (RCTD)/Coalition for Total Divestment, (also referred to as the Coalition for Total Divestment), 1985 subseries documents the student, faculty, and alumni organization committed to the divestiture of University funds from corporations doing business in South Africa and the fight against apartheid. This subseries includes broadsides, correspondence, an informational packet concerning the group and a hunger strike, press releases and resolutions. The collection includes material generated by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), the Joint Investment Committee, Rutgers University Board of Governors (BOG), and the University Senate. Includes accounts of University common stock invested in corporations doing business in South Africa, clippings chronicling events in South Africa and the concerns and activities of Rutgers students and faculty fighting against apartheid and for divestment, correspondence, informational material, company investment records, legislation, opinion pieces, press releases, reports, including the student and faculty compilation, General Report to the Board of Governors and Board of Trustees, resolutions, and testimonies given by student activists Chris Berzinski and Sue Kozel before various University committees.
Includes Materials Of: Coalition in Solidarity with South African Liberation, Coalition for Total Divestment
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www2.scc.rutgers.edu/ead/uarchives/rugpaff.html
Repository: Rutgers University Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives
169 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1163
(732) 932-7006
http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/rul/libs/scua/scua.shtml

Archival Collection Name: Mario Marcel Salas (Papers)
Location of activities: Texas, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1970s - 1980s (Africa material)
Description: Mario Marcel Salas was born in San Antonio, Texas on July 30, 1949. Salas became an advocate for San Antonio's African-American community in the early 1970s and was a key member of local activist groups such as the San Antonio chapter of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Organizations United for Eastside Development, Black Coalition on Mass Media, and Frontline 2000. He was elected to the City Council of San Antonio in 1997, where he served two full terms as Representative for District 2. In addition, he was involved with political issues relating to social justice and human rights struggles world-wide. In particular, Salas supported the Anti-Apartheid movement in South Africa and through the San Antonio Committee Against Mercenary Recruitment (1977-1978), opposed the recruitment of Americans as mercenaries in the revolutionary war in Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia). Organizations represented in the collection include the African Liberation Support Committee (both national and in San Antonio), National Anti-Imperialist Movement in Solidarity with African Liberation, San Antonio Movement in Solidarity with African Liberation (1978-1979) and the Texas Committee on African and World Affairs. The Topics and Events subseries encompasses local and global aspects of the human rights struggle and includes information on domestic African-American civil rights issues as well as revolutionary and progressive political movements abroad. The plight of political prisoners was of particular interest to Salas and the collection profiles activists wrongly imprisoned in the U.S. and African countries. U.S. groups like the Wilmington 10, the Houston 12, and South African prisoners such as Nelson Mandela, are represented by newsletters, bulletins and news clippings. The topics series also contains news clippings, bulletins and fliers related to the Vietnam War and political unrest in countries such as Grenada, Namibia and South Africa. This series additionally incorporates materials - boycott posters, liberation pamphlets and news clippings - highlighting the struggle against Apartheid and the subsequent boycotting of the Krugerrand coins of South Africa. The archive includes a folder on the Conference in Solidarity with the Liberation Struggles of the Peoples of Southern Africa (1981-1982). Materials were donated by Mario Marcel Salas in 2003 and 2006.
Includes Materials Of: San Antonio Committee Against Mercenary Recruitment and U.S. Intervention in Foreign Countries
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/utsa/00096/utsa-00096.html
Restrictions: Contact in advance.
Repository: University of Texas at San Antonio Library
Institute of Texan Cultures (ITC), 801 South Bowie Street, San Antonio, TX 78205-3296
(210) 458-2381, archives@utsa.edu
http://lib.utsa.edu/Archives/

Archival Collection Name: Herbert Shore (Collection in Honor of Eduardo C. Mondlane)
Location of activities: United States
Description: During the 1960s, Herbert Shore (1922-2004) was invited to develop theater programs at several African universities. His work led to close associations with prominent writers and revolutionary leaders. His most enduring connection was with Eduardo Mondlane (Oberlin Class of 1953), founding president of Frente de Libertacao de Mocambique (FRELIMO). With the help of Mrs. Janet Mondlane and others, Shore collected material relating to Mondlane's life. Eventually Shore donated these materials to the Oberlin College Archives. For his work on behalf of Mozambique, Shore was honored with the Bagamoyo Medal in 1989. He was an honorary member of the African National Congress. Subgroup II consists of the material collected by Herbert Shore relating to Eduardo Mondlane, Mozambique, and Africa. The most significant resource on Eduardo Mondlane in this subgroup is the microfilm in Series 6. This set of microfilm, done in 1996, contains correspondence (primarily post 1962) and writings of Janet and Eduardo Mondlane. Also included is material (1950-1989) including correspondence, publications, and interviews concerning the Mondlanes, FRELIMO, and the Mozambique Institute. Correspondents include George Houser, Herbert Shore, Africa Today editor Edward A. Hawley (who studied at the Oberlin Graduate School of Theology), Oberlin Professor George Simpson, and FRELIMO leaders Uria Simango and Marcellino Dos Santos. Each of the seven microfilm reels includes an inventory of its contents, and paper copies of the inventory are also in this series. Includes material related to the Mozambique Education Fund; on the Catalog/Finding Aid click on Inventory (bottom left) and then on Inventory 1.
Includes Materials Of: Mozambique Education Fund
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.oberlin.edu/archive/holdings/finding/RG30/SG307/index.html
Restrictions: Unknown, contact depository institution in advance
Repository: Oberlin College Archives
420 Mudd Center, 148 West College Street, Oberlin, Ohio 44074-1532
(440) 775-8014
http://www.oberlin.edu/archive

Archival Collection Name: Socialist Workers Party. Minnesota Section
Location of activities: Minnesota, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1977-1979 for Southern Africa Solidarity Committee
Description: Records of the Socialist Workers Party (Minnesota Section). The collection includes material related to the Southern Africa Solidarity Committee.
Includes Materials Of: Southern Africa Solidarity Committee (University of Minnesota)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.mnhs.org/library/findaids/00632.xml
Repository: Minnesota Historical Society
345 W. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul, MN 55102-1906
(651) 259-3000, reference@mnhs.org
http://www.mnhs.org/library/

Archival Collection Name: South Africa Now Collection
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1978-1994 (inclusive), 1988-1991 (bulk)
Description: The collection consists of ca. 2600 videotapes and selected paper files relating to the production of the television program, South Africa Now. The collection consists of videotapes and a small number of transcripts, log books, and publicity files relating to the television program South Africa Now, produced by Globalvision from 1988 to 1991. South Africa Now was produced in cooperation with The Africa Fund, which served as fiscal sponsor and provided guidance on African political issues. The collection includes a nearly complete run of tapes of the ca. 150 newscasts produced during the three year run of the program as well as ca. 2000 tapes of interviews, short reports, documentaries, stock footage, and other footage used in the program's production. The collection includes visual documentation of the final years of apartheid in South Africa and includes interviews with and other significant footage of anti-apartheid leaders, including Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela, Desmond Tutu, Walter Sisulu, Albertina Sisulu, Albie Sachs, Joe Slovo, Thabo Mbeki, Allan Boesak, Oliver Tambo, Beyers Naude, and many others. It also documents the activities of the South African government and its leaders, particularly P.W. Botha and F. W. DeKlerk. Many organizations also receive extensive coverage, such as the African National Congress (ANC), the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), and the South-West African Peoples Organization (SWAPO). Many editions of the program included the segment "Frontline Focus," which reported the news in the southern African states of Angola, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique. South Africa Now produced at least one cultural segment per show. The collection, therefore, contains footage of South African artists, playwrights, musicians, authors, and filmmakers, including Athol Fugard, Hugh Masakela, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Mzwakhe Mbuli, Johnny Klegg, Gcina Mhlopher, Peter Magubane, and Nadine Gordimer. Finally, the collection documents the activities of the international anti-apartheid movement that put political and economic pressure on South Africa to end the system of apartheid. Globalvision was co-founded by award-winning journalists Rory O'Connor and Danny Schechter.
Medium: 2,600 videotapes and papers, 182 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/fa/mssa.ms.1818
Restrictions: Copyright has been transferred to Yale University for Series I and Series XVIII. Researchers should consult the reference archivist for copyright information regarding the rest of the collection. Original videotapes, as well as preservation masters and duplicating masters, may not be played. Researchers needing to consult the original materials should refer to the finding aid for policies governing reproduction for access.
Repository: Yale University Library, Manuscripts and Archives
PO Box 208240, New Haven, CT 06520
mssa.assist@yale.edu
http://www.library.yale.edu/mssa

Archival Collection Name: South Africa subject collection
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1941 - 1997
Description: Pamphlets, serial issues, reports, leaflets, election campaign literature, flyers, newsletters, other printed matter, letters, sound recordings and video tapes, relating to political, social and economic conditions, apartheid and race relations, and elections in South Africa; revolutionary movements in South Africa, especially the African National Congress; international support groups, especially in the United States, for such movements; and campus movements in the United States protesting investment in South Africa. The collection includes material on investment and campaigns for divestment from companies doing business in South Africa. Includes material on campaigns and organizations including: American Committee on Africa, AFL-CIO, Campaign Against Investment in South Africa (CAISA), Coalition for Illinois' Divestment from South Africa (CIDSA), Committee Against Apartheid, Committee to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa (COBLSA), Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement, Stanford Coalition Against Apartheid, Stanford Committee for Responsible Investment Policy (SCRIP), Stanford Out of South Africa (SOSA), Stanford Students for a Free South Africa, Africa Information Service, Africa Research Group, Americans Against Apartheid, Bay Area Anti-Apartheid Network, Bay Areas Free South Africa Movement, Episcopal Churchmen for a Free South Africa (ECSA), Free South Africa Labor Committee, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Liberation Support Movement, San Francisco Anti-Apartheid Committee, and TransAfrica.
Includes Materials Of: Stanford Coalition Against Apartheid, Stanford Out of South Africa
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/tf7c6005fd
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford CA 94305-6010
(650) 723-3563, carol.leadenham@stanford.edu
http://www.hoover.org/hila/

Archival Collection Name: South African Springbok Rugby tour (Michael Dollard papers)
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1981
Description: Newspaper clippings from the national protest against the tour of the United States by the South African Springbok rugby team. Collection donated by Michael J. Dollard, a member of the Capital District Coalition Against Apartheid and Racism.
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: South African apartheid collection
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1961 - 1991
Description: Most records are from 1985-1988. Includes information on South African non-Parliamentary opposition groups and U.S. and other anti-apartheid organizations. The collection documents the apartheid system in South Africa and the different stages of the liberation struggle which was instrumental in bringing about the decline of the system. The collection consists of printed materials such as newsclippings, publications, reports, press releases, newsletters, pamphlets and newspapers of the South African government, parliamentary parties, non-parliamentary groups such as the African National Congress, and American and other foreign groups. Arranged in nine series and additions: I. South African Government, 1961-1991. II. South African Parliamentary Parties, 1961-1991. III. Non-Parliamentary/Opposition/ Resistance Groups, 1961-1991. IV. South African Institutes and Foundations, 1966-1991. V American Government Policy Towards South Africa, 1974-1988. VI. Disinvestment/ Divestment, 1978-1987. VII. American Anti-Apartheid Pressure Groups, 1972-1991. VIII. International Pressure Groups, 1963-1991. IX. Posters and Printed Materials, 1970-1990. Series VI, DISINVESTMENT/DIVESTMENT, includes newsletters and reports of American organizations and institutions which have not only publicly opposed apartheid, but have also developed schemes to improve the welfare of black South Africans. One of the most effective strategies was to withdraw investments from South Africa. Hence, this series is a source for the divestment/disinvestment issue and its effectiveness as a strategy for change in the country. Many universities, especially Yale and Stanford, were at the forefront of this campaign. Additional material on this strategy can be found in Series IX. Series VII, AMERICAN ANTI-APARTHEID ORGANIZATIONS, is a fairly large series which focuses on the role of numerous American groups in removing racial oppression in South Africa. Through their newsletters, publications and campaigns, these organizations aimed not only to bring to the attention of the American people the plight of the oppressed, but also to design strategies to build the momentum for legislative action against South Africa. Of particular importance are the files of The Africa Fund, American Committee on Africa, Episcopal Church People for a Free Southern Africa, and the Washington Office on Africa. Through their work these groups were successful in providing medical, financial, and moral assistance to black South Africans and in ultimately influencing American corporate and government policy towards South Africa. Their publications, reports, and newsletters are a good source for information on the violence that was perpetrated in South Africa, especially in Natal. Series VIII, INTERNATIONAL PRESSURE GROUPS, contains material which focuses on the pressure exerted by non-American groups and their respective government on South Africa to bring an end to apartheid. Although most of these groups are based in Europe, the work of the British anti-apartheid organizations dominates these series.
Includes Materials Of: Africa Fund; The, American Committee on Africa, Committee to Support African Independence, Washington Office on Africa
Medium: 30 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/fa/mssa.ms.1500
Restrictions: Unknown, contact in advance
Repository: Yale University Library, Manuscripts and Archives
PO Box 208240, New Haven, CT 06520
mssa.assist@yale.edu
http://www.library.yale.edu/mssa

Archival Collection Name: South Indiana United Methodists and Others in Support of Southern Africans (Patricia Kyle collection)
Location of activities: Indiana, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1984-1988
Description: A small collection of material related to the South Indiana United Methodists and Others in Support of Southern Africans (SUMOSSA). Includes a 1988 article by Patricia Kyle on SUMOSSA that appeared in the magazine Christian Social Action. Archive deposited by Patricia Kyle.
Includes Materials Of: South Indiana United Methodists and Others In Support of Southern Africans
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Southern Africa Collective. Records
Location of activities: New York, United States
Description: Group of anti-apartheid activists and researchers. Contributed regularly to the journal SOUTHERN AFRICA and constituted the majority of its administrative staff. This monthly journal was published in New York by the Southern Africa Committee from 1965-1983. Research files consist mostly of manuscripts of articles for SOUTHERN AFRICA, 1965-1983. Included are correspondence, leaflets, petitions, mimeographed reports, printed matter, and memorabilia of the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement, a group of employees of the Polaroid Corporation in the United States opposed to the involvement of the company in the Pass Laws in South Africa. Research files also include some correspondence and printed matter, a mailing list, and miscellaneous administrative documents of the Southern Africa Collective. Subject files consist of magazine and newspaper clippings from South Africa, the United States, and Great Britain on the political and economic situation in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Angola, and Mozambique. Photographs transferred to Photographs and Prints Division. Posters transferred to Art and Artifacts Division. Audiotapes transferred to Moving Image and Recorded Sound Division.
Includes Materials Of: Southern Africa Committee
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.nypl.org/archives/3984
Repository: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
The New York Public Library, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY 10037-1801
(212) 491-2200
http://www.nypl.org/research/sc/sc.html

Archival Collection Name: Patricia L. Beeman Southern Africa Liberation Committee collection
Location of activities: Michigan, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1973 - 1997
Description: The collection documents the work of the Southern Africa Liberation Committee (SALC), a highly successful community organization working at Michigan State University and in the Lansing, Michigan area from 1973 through 1997. The collection details SALC's educational and social action campaigns, including the East Lansing Selective Buying Resolution (1977), the campaigns for the divestiture of Michigan State University (1978) and the MSU Foundation (1986), the three sanctions bills by the State of Michigan Legislature (on banking loans to South Africa and divestiture by the higher education institutions of Michigan and by the State of Michigan Pension Fund, 1982-86), and the "McGoff Off" campaign to remove the McGoff name from the MSU Wharton Center (1979-84). Particularly extensive newspaper clippings collected by Frank and Patricia Beeman from the national and local press describe conditions in Southern Africa and the SALC activities in response to those conditions. The books in this collection address the issues surrounding apartheid and resistance to it. The use of graphic arts to support these political and liberation activities is well illustrated by the numerous posters, protest buttons, and T-shirts produced both by SALC and by international organizations supporting the liberation of Southern Africa.
Archive Of: Southern Africa Liberation Committee
Includes Materials Of: Coalition Against Racism and Apartheid on Campus
Medium: 36 boxes (529 folders + 198 artifacts + 3 videotapes + 104 books)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://magic.lib.msu.edu/record=b4221814
Restrictions: Library use only
Repository: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/coll/main/spec_col/

Archival Collection Name: Southern Africa Solidarity in the U.S. Pacific Northwest (Selma Waldman collection)
Location of activities: Washington, United States
Description: Selma Waldman, a Seattle based graphic artist and activist, was involved in the Seattle Coalition Against Apartheid in the 1980s. Waldman was also involved with the Liberation Support Movement (LSM). Includes other material collected by Waldman when living in various locations. Material deposited by Selma Waldman.
Archive Of: Seattle Coalition Against Apartheid
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://catalog.lib.msu.edu/record=b5146160~S39a
Restrictions: Library use only - contact MSU Library in advance
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Southern Africa Support Project
Location of activities: Washington, DC, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1978 - 1985
Description: Most of the documents illustrate SASP activities in the United States to support and raise the awareness of the liberation struggles in southern Africa. The documents consist of correspondence, meeting minutes and agendas, photographs, newsletters, flyers, brochures, financial records, reports, memoranda, pamphlets, planning materials, and press releases. In 1985, Sylvia Hill, former chair and co-founder of SASP donated four boxes of its records. In 2003, Adwoa Dunn-Mouton donated a fifth box.
Archive Of: Southern Africa Support Project
Medium: 5 boxes
Restrictions: By appointment. Monday through Friday, 9 am to 1 pm and 2 to 4:30 pm
Repository: Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
500 Howard Place, NW, Washington, DC 20059
(202) 806-7240
http://www.founders.howard.edu/moorland-spingarn/

Archival Collection Name: Southern Conference Educational Fund
Location of activities: Georgia, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1974-1975 (Southwide Coalition to Stop South African Coal material)
Description: The Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF) archive contains materials on the Southwide Coalition to Stop South African Coal (Southwide Coalition to Stop the Coal), and particularly SCEF's support of this Coalition. The material is in Box 3389, Folder 9.
Includes Materials Of: Southwide Coalition to Stop South African Coal
Medium: 1 folder (Southwide Coalition to Stop South African Coal material)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.library.gsu.edu/spcoll/xml/L1991-13.xml
Repository: Georgia State University Library Special Collections & Archives
100 Decatur Street, SE, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia 30303-3202
(404) 413-2880, ARCHIVES@GSU.EDU
http://www.library.gsu.edu/spcoll/

Archival Collection Name: Students Against Apartheid
Location of activities: Utah, United States
Time Period of Collection: ca. 1980s (inclusive)
Description: Students Against Apartheid was a student group at the University of Utah that campaigned to get the university to divest from companies doing business in South Africa. The Students Against Apartheid Collection (ca. 1980s) consists mainly of news articles regarding apartheid and the Shanty Protest conducted by this group on the University of Utah. Some financial and legal papers are also included. Alan Chandler, donator of this collection, served as the group's president. [Note: The shanty protests occurred in 1986.]
Archive Of: Students Against Apartheid (University of Utah)
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://content.lib.utah.edu/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/UU_EAD&CISOPTR=390&CISOBOX=1&REC=11#id517184
Repository: University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott Library, Special Collections
295 South 1500 East, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112-0860
(801) 581-8864
http://www.lib.utah.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Students for a Democratic Society Records
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1958-1970 (Africa mostly 1965)
Description: Records of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), a national organization of students founded in 1960 that provided much of the force and direction for the New Left during the 1960's. Includes records relate to conventions and meetings, projects involving the anti-war movement and South Africa, publications, and intra-organization matters and relations with local chapters and other organizations. Except for the recordings, all of the above is available on 34 reels of microfilm produced by the Microfilm Corporation of America, together with a printed descriptive guide, The Students for a Democratic Society Papers, 1958-1970.
Archive Of: Students for a Democratic Society
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/wiarchives.uw-whs-mss00177
Repository: Wisconsin State Historical Society
816 State St., Madison, WI 53706
608-264-6400
http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/

Archival Collection Name: The King Center Digital Archive Apartheid--South Africa
Location of activities: United States
Time Period of Collection: 1960s
Description: Archive at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change. The digital archive includes material of the American Committee on Africa, with which Martin Luther King (MLK) was associated; speeches by MLK; material by Episcopal Churchman for South Africa; the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC); correspondence with groups in South Africa including the National Union of South African Students (NUSAS) and Anglican Students' Federation); a letter from Christian Action in London; a letter from the Canadian Anti-Apartheid Committee; and other material. The extent of other material in the archive is unknown.
Includes Materials Of: American Committee on Africa
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.thekingcenter.org/archive/theme/4708?title=
Repository: Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change
449 Auburn Avenue, NE, Atlanta, Georgia 30312
(404) 526-8983
http://www.thekingcenter.org

Archival Collection Name: TransAfrica
Location of activities: Washington, DC, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1977-1987; additional material covering later time periods likely to be added
Description: Topics covered by the archives include Southern Africa and anti-apartheid movements, oil, foreign intelligence, SALT II, Grenada and black Israelites. Also documented are organizations, projects and individuals who played a role in African affairs. The archives include correspondence (1979 - 1985), speeches, Congressional testimonies, articles and other writings, subject files, fundraising information, printed materials and various petitions. There is a box listing which can be made available to researchers on site.
Archive Of: TransAfrica
Medium: 74 record center storage boxes
Repository: Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
500 Howard Place, NW, Washington, DC 20059
(202) 806-7240
http://www.founders.howard.edu/moorland-spingarn/

Archival Collection Name: UAW President's Office: Walter P. Reuther Collection
Location of activities: Michigan, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1959-1970 (approximately) Africa material
Description: Walter P. Reuther was a leader of the United Automobile Workers Union of which he was elected President in March 1946. See especially Series XV, Organizations, 1946-1970, Boxes 467-539. Files related to Africa include: American Committee for Assistance to Tunisia, 1969-1970; American Committee on Africa, 1959-1970; American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa, 1962-1968.
Archive Of: United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America
Includes Materials Of: American Committee on Africa, American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.reuther.wayne.edu/node/2984
Restrictions: Unknown, contact depository institution in advance
Repository: Walter P. Reuther Library, Wayne State University
5401 Cass Ave., Detroit MI 48202
313-577-4024, reutherreference@wayne.edu
http://www.reuther.wayne.edu

Archival Collection Name: United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Workers of America (UAW) - Moses Mayekiso Campaign
Location of activities: Washington, DC, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1987?-1989?
Description: The UAW launched a campaign to free South African union leader Moses Mayekiso. The American Committee of Jurists, which monitored the case, was convened at the invitation of Owen Bieber, president of the UAW. The campaign operated out of its Government and International Affairs office in Washington, DC. This collection includes two Mayekiso Trial Update newsletters, two pamphlets and a postcard.
Includes Materials Of: United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: United Church of Christ Archives
Location of activities: Ohio, United States
Description: Archives of the United Church of Christ (UCC). The archives presumably includes material related to its support for African struggles against colonialism and apartheid including UCC's Center for Social Action (based in New York) and the Office of Church in Society (based in Washington, D.C.). It may include material of other UCC offices and unites around the United States.
Archive Of: United Church of Christ
Repository: United Church of Christ Archives
700 Prospect Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115
216-736-2111
http://www.ucc.org/about-us/archives/

Archival Collection Name: University of Missouri - St. Louis, SL: 1/34/5 ADMINISTRATION, Student Activities, Office of, Student Organizations, 1964-85
Location of activities: Missouri, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1964 - 1985 (Africa related 1985)
Description: This archive contains a small amount of material related to Missourians Against Apartheid.
Includes Materials Of: Missourians Against Apartheid
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.umsl.edu/library/archives/administration/1-34-5.htm
Repository: University Libraries of the University of Missouri - St. Louis
One University Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63121
(314) 516-5060
http://www.umsl.edu/services/library/

Archival Collection Name: Robert Van Lierop (papers)
Location of activities: New York, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1968 - 1988
Description: The personal archives of Robert F. Van Lierop, an African American political activist and filmmaker. The archive documents his activities as a political activist on behalf of liberation movements in Southern Africa and East Timor, as an independent filmmaker and television producer, and as the Permanent Representative of Vanuatu at the United Nations. Robert Van Lierop began his professional career in 1967 as an Assistant Counsel for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in the areas of civil rights and school desegregation. He founded the Mozambique Film Project and traveled to Africa in 1971 and produced his first film on the struggle for independence in Mozambique, A Luta Continua based on footage shot inside the liberated areas. A second film, O Povo Organizado, was completed in 1976 after Mozambique’s independence. As co-producer of "Like It Is," a weekly black television new and documentary program, he produced several documentaries, including an analysis of the United Nations and a conference on Southern Africa. He also conducted two delegations of African-American activists and professionals to Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Cuba in 1978 and 1979. The collection consists, for the most part, of correspondence, reports, memoranda, draft articles and speeches, research materials and printed matter. Organizations represented in the collection include: the American Committee on Africa, the Pan-African Solidarity Committee, and the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement, a group that opposed Polaroid's and other American corporate investments in South Africa. More recent files relate to East Timor and its struggle against Indonesian aggression, to Zimbabwe and Vanuatu, and to the tenth Pan-African Festival of Cinema, held in Burkina Faso in 1987. Photographs separated to Photographs and Prints Division see Robert Van Lierop photograph collection . Films have been separated: A Luta Continua, see A Luta continua and O Povo Organizado (The People Organized) see O Povo Organizado (Source: Schomburg finding aid/catalog record and Robert F. Van Lierop.)
Includes Materials Of: Mozambique Film Project
Medium: Papers collection: 4.2 linear feet. Photo collection: 54, items (2 liner feet, 1 box). A Luta Continua: 1 film reel (36 minutes), 16 mm.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.nypl.org/archives/4042
Restrictions: Some material off site, contact in advance
Repository: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
The New York Public Library, 515 Malcolm X Boulevard, New York, NY 10037-1801
(212) 491-2200
http://www.nypl.org/research/sc/sc.html

Archival Collection Name: Washington Office on Africa
Location of activities: Washington, DC, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1971-1997
Description: Papers, publications, correspondence, reports, statements, and collected material document the work of the Washington Office on Africa and the issues addressed by its work. Includes material related to numerous other organizations. See also: American Committee on Africa
Archive Of: Washington Office on Africa
Medium: 63 boxes; 30 linear feet
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://hdl.handle.net/10079/fa/divinity.105
Repository: Yale University Library, Divinity Library Special Collections
409 Prospect Street, New Haven, Connecticut
Divinity.Library@yale.edu
http://www.library.yale.edu/div/speccoll.html

Archival Collection Name: Washtenaw County Coalition Against Apartheid
Location of activities: Michigan, United States
Description: The Vertical File: FJ Social Improvement and Reform Groups at the Bentley Historical Library at the University of Michigan have a small collection of material of the Washtenaw County Coalition Against Apartheid.
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://bentley.umich.edu/research/guides/vertical_file/vf_search.php?subheadid=58
Repository: University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Avenue Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2113
(734) 764-3482, bentley.ref@umich.edu
http://bentley.umich.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Carla Weitzel (papers)
Location of activities: Missouri, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1970 - 1999
Description: The papers of Carla Weitzel (1953-2000), a sociology graduate student at the University of Missouri-Columbia, consist of newspaper clippings, magazine articles, correspondence, posters, pamphlets, photographs, and miscellaneous materials. The materials document civil rights issues, particularly the anti-apartheid and divestment movement that occurred on the University of Missouri-Columbia campus during the mid-1980s. While a graduate student, Weitzel became one of the primary leaders in the divestment movement on campus. The divestment movement at the University of Missouri began in April 1978, when Doug Liljegren, Missouri Student Association president, wrote a letter to the board of curators notifying them that the University had investments in 54 companies which were doing business in South Africa. A month later a rally was held to persuade the curators to pull their investments out of South Africa. The University of Missouri Divestment Movement series is arranged by type of material and chronologically therein. The series consists of papers from various student groups, faculty groups, and University administrators and focus primarily on the University's financial investments, the issue of divestment, and the shantytown. Several student groups, including the Shantytown Activists and the Missouri Students Association, joined together in the divestment cause and succeeded in forcing the University to withdraw its investments from companies associated with apartheid in South Africa. Included in the series is a list of the articles written about the shantytown that were published in The Maneater. Also included are notes from organizational meetings regarding the construction of the shantytown. The posters and fliers included in this series primarily advertise shantytown and anti-apartheid demonstrations held on the campus during 1986 and 1987. In 1987, Weitzel was invited to speak about the shantytown and divestment movement before a special committee on apartheid at the United Nations. Her speech and general information about the hearing are included in this series. The collection also includes material of a number of organizations including the American Committee on Africa, DC Student Coalition Against Apartheid and Racism, Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, Coalition for a Free South Africa (John Hopkins University), Kansas City Anti-Apartheid Network, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, National Mobilization for Justice & Peace in Central America & Southern Africa, St. Louis Coalition Against Apartheid, South African Military Refugee Aid Fund, and the Washington Office on Africa.
Includes Materials Of: Coalition for Divestment (University of Missouri), Coalition for a Free South Africa (John Hopkins University)
Medium: 1.8 linear feet, 6 audio cassettes
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://shs.umsystem.edu/manuscripts/invent/2154.pdf
Repository: University of Missouri / State Historical Society of Missouri, Western Historical Manuscript Collection-Columbia
23 Ellis Library, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri 65201-5149
573-882-6028, WHMC@umsystem.edu
http://www.umsystem.edu/whmc/

Archival Collection Name: William X. Scheinman Papers
Location of activities: California, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1952-1999
Description: The William X. Scheinman papers consist primarily of correspondence and printed matter that reflect Scheinman's lifelong interest in African politics, particularly with respect to Kenya. Having met the Kenyan independence leader, Tom Mboya, in 1956, Scheinman was to identify himself with African causes, even while working as a businessman and investment adviser on Wall Street. An important part of the collection consists of Scheinman's extensive correspondence with Tom Mboya. This exchange of letters, which was conducted from 1957 until Mboya's assassination in 1969, provides significant information concerning the Kenyan independence movement and its leading personalities, as well as documenting the first five years of the Kenyatta administration, in which Mboya served as Minister of Justice. In addition, the collection includes numerous speeches and writings by Mboya (see Tom Mboya File). As one of the directors of the African-American Students Foundation, Scheinman was also involved in a program that enabled African students to attend American colleges and universities. Numerous records of this foundation are contained in the collection (see African-American Students Foundation File). Includes correspondence with, writings by, and interviews of, Mboya. Includes correspondence with people and organizations in the United States including the American Committee on Africa; George M. Houser; Belafonte; Frank Montero; Thurgood Marshall; Martin Luther King Jr.; and Peter and Cora Weiss. Includes recordings of Mboya, Kenneth Kaunda, Kwame Nkrumah, and Julius Nyerere.
Includes Materials Of: African American Students Foundation
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/kt0k4033gs
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford CA 94305-6010
(650) 723-3563, carol.leadenham@stanford.edu
http://www.hoover.org/hila/

Archival Collection Name: Frances E. Williams (Papers)
Location of activities: California, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1975-1989 (anti-apartheid and anti-colonialism activity)
Description: The collection contains personal papers of Frances E. Williams from 1965 to 1995 relating to her professional career as an actress, personal/cultural interests, community involvements, and to a larger extent her political activism. As a political activist, she was one of the first black women to run for the California State Assembly in 1948 on the Progressive Party ticket. The bulk of the material covers the years between 1975 and 1986 when Williams was active in the anti-apartheid and communist solidarity movements taking place in the greater Los Angeles area. Series 9 (1975-1989) of the collection covers her anti-apartheid activism. This series well documents Williams' involvement in the South African anti-apartheid movement, especially as it pertains to activities taking place in Los Angeles. The materials document great efforts made to prevent the building of the South African Consulate in Century City/Los Angeles through petitions, rallies, and meetings. As the chairperson of National Anti-Imperialist Movement on Solidarity with African Liberation (NAIMSAL), Los Angeles Office, Williams was in close correspondence with the American Committee on Africa and the Washington Office on Africa, uniting their efforts to fight against apartheid in South Africa and elsewhere in Africa. She was a co-founder of Art Against Apartheid. She also represented the World Peace Council at the first Angola Independence Celebration in 1975 and co-founded the Art Against Apartheid Movement in Los Angeles. Although Williams' attendance at the international conferences cannot be determined, the section on Conferences includes comprehensive reports from the a series conferences. Materials suggest that Williams was peripherally involved in efforts to fight for equality in sports and humanitarian aid for African children. The flyers, mailings, and publications primarily consist of announcements of events, rallies, and protests in support of the anti-apartheid movements taking place in area. The bulk of the newspaper clippings from the late 1970s are on Angola's fight for independence and the clippings from 1980s are mostly on anti-apartheid protests, South Africa, and Nelson Mandela.
Includes Materials Of: National Anti-Imperialist Movement in Solidarity with African Liberation
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://content.cdlib.org/view;jsessionid=tRDG2IcPL8gQoXVt?docId=kt0h4nc5dg&doc.view=entire_text&brand=oac
Repository: Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research
6120 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90044
(323) 759-6063, archives@socallib.org
http://www.socallib.org/

Archival Collection Name: Alan Zaslavsky Africa Collection
Location of activities: Massachusetts, United States
Time Period of Collection: 1970s - 1980s
Description: Alan Zaslavsky was involved in supporting African struggle against colonialism and apartheid. Includes material from the Boston area. The collection includes material not from the Boston area including of the American Committee on Africa, American Friends Service Committee, New York Coalition to Stop Rhodesian Imports, Southern Africa Organizing Committee, Stop the Apartheid Rugby Tour Coalition, and ZANU Support Committee. Collection deposited by Alan Zaslavsky.
Includes Materials Of: Angola Solidarity Coalition
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/

Archival Collection Name: Michael Zinzun (archives)
Location of activities: California, United States
Time Period of Collection: Early 1970s-1990 (Africa-related material)
Description: Papers and archives of Los Angeles activist Michael Zinzun, a member of the Black Panthers and a founder of the Southern Africa Support Coalition (SASC). As of April 2008 the collection had not be processed.
Archive Of: Southern Africa Support Committee
Repository: Southern California Library for Social Studies and Research
6120 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90044
(323) 759-6063, archives@socallib.org
http://www.socallib.org/

Archival Collection Name: Alexander Defense Committee
Location of activities: United States, Europe, Canada
Time Period of Collection: 1964 - 1968
Description: The collection includes orrespondence, newsletters, clippings, promotional material for national speaking tours, and files on ADC chapters in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Also present are speeches and writings of I. B. Tabata and Franz J. T. Lee, who toured the United States to raise funds for the group and for the families of the prisoners; papers documenting ADC's role in the deportation case of W. M. Tsotsi; and scattered records of other organizations supporting the ADC such as the American Committee on Africa and Unity Movement of South Africa. Most papers are written in English, but others are in German, French, Dutch, and an African language, possibly Xhosa.
Archive Of: Alexander Defense Committee
Medium: 3 rolls of microfilm
Catalog Info: Type "Alexander" in search box
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://arcat.library.wisc.edu/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=sbSearch
Restrictions: Available only on microfilm
Repository: Wisconsin State Historical Society
816 State St., Madison, WI 53706
608-264-6400
http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/

Archival Collection Name: Carol B. Thompson and Bud Day Papers on Southern Africa
Location of activities: California, United States, Zimbabwe, Tanzania
Time Period of Collection: 1970s - 1990
Description: The archive of Carol Thompson and Warren "Bud" Day reflects their activities in support of Southern Africa liberation in the United States and Africa. Their solidarity activity which began when Day, campus minister at Michigan State University (MSU), and Thompson, a political science doctoral candidate and MSU, founded the Southern Africa Liberation Committee (SALC) in 1972. They were involved in the founded of Concerned Americans in Southern Africa (CASA) when they lived in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from late 1977 to mid-1980. This involvement with CASA continued when the lived in Harare, Zimbabwe in 1985-1986 and in1992-1993 plus four other time in shorter periods ranging from two to six months. During their time in Zimbabwe, Carol was based at the University of Zimbabwe and her research and writing addressed the whole Southern African region (Southern Africa Development Community). Bud worked in water and sanitation and was country director of Oxfam America (1985-1986) and of International Voluntary Services (1992-1993) while in Harare. Bud Day was Peace Education Secretary, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) in Chicago (1976-1977) and in Pasadena, CA (1977-1978). After moving to Los Angeles in 1981 they founded the Southern Africa Research Project (SARP) in response to the need for dissemination of materials about Southern Africa in Southern California. SARP's focus was on providing resources and thus it only staged events in coalition with other anti-apartheid organizations in Los Angeles. The archive includes material on the Southern Africa Support Committee (SASC), funded in the early 1970s by people associated with the Black Panthers, which became the most consistent and enduring liberation support group in Los Angeles (see separate organization description). SASC was one of the organizations that SARP worked with and supplied information to. The archives includes material on campaigns, many involving SASC including against Del Monte for fishing in Namibia waters, the attempt of South Africa to open a consulate in Los Angeles, and the Krugerrand. There were also campaigns in sport of the sports and cultural boycott including South African participation in the Davis Cup tennis tournament in Newport Beach and U.S. artists performing in South Africa. Collection donated by Carol Thompson. (Source: Carol Thompson)
Includes Materials Of: Southern Africa Resource Project, Southern Africa Support Committee, Southern Africa Liberation Committee
Catalog/Finding Aid: http://magic.msu.edu/record=b6930501~S39a
Restrictions: Contact library in advance
Repository: Michigan State University Library, African Activist Archive
Special Collections, East Lansing, Michigan 48824
517-353-8700
http://www.lib.msu.edu/