American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society (70)

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Organization

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Principal Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Duration: 1976 - 1991
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society (ACCESS) was founded in 1976 by Richard Lapchick. F...

Documents

by American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York, New York, August 6, 1981
The newsletter covers the apartheid rugby tours in New Zealand and the United States, including details of extensive ...
Type: Newsletter
Africa coverage: South Africa
by Richard E. Lapchick, American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York, New York, July 6, 1981 or a few days later
The texts of messages sent as mailgrams on July, 1981 to Richard Moneymaker, President of the American Rugby Football...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa
by Richard Lapchick, American Coordinating Committee for Equity in Sport and Society
Norfolk, Virginia, February 7, 1978
Mailing to key contacts of the Washington Office on Africa about the scheduled meeting of the South African Davis Cup...
Africa coverage: South Africa
by Richard E. Lapchick, American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
Norfolk, Virginia, June 3, 1977
This letter explains the purpose of ACCESS, which is to isolate South African in sport through coordinated activities...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa, Africa
by Jim Bristol, American Friends Service Committee
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 18, 1977
Memorandum about planned protests against the participation of South African players in the United States Open Tennis...
Type: Memorandum
Africa coverage: South Africa
by The American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York City, New York, August 1981
Leaflet advertising a demonstration on August 25th, 1981 in Federal plaza to protest a U.S. tour by the Springboks, S...
Type: Leaflet
Africa coverage: South Africa
by Richard E. Lapchick, American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York City, New York, October 27, 1981
Cover letter and report on the 1981 Springbok rugby campaign. The cover letter thanks people for the great work they ...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa
by Dennis Brutus, Randall Robinson, Maxine Waters, Richard Lapchick, Vusi Shangase, Judy Chu, Elliot Baker, Robert Farrell, Midge Costanza, Thomas Kilgore, Frank Beeman, Ad Hoc Committee to Keep South Africa Out of the Olympics
Los Angeles, California, December 26, 1983
The mailing calls on the President of the International Olympic Committee, the President of the U.S. Olympic Committe...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa
by American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York City, New York, Undated, Spring or early Summer 1984?
Mailing on the establishment of the Apartheid in Sport Information Center. The mailing says the world will be focusin...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa
by American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
July 27, 1981
Press release announcing the formation of a coalition, Stop the Apartheid Rugby Tour (SART), to try to stop the plann...
Type: Press Release
Africa coverage: South Africa
by American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York, New York, Undated, 1980 or early 1981?
Brochure about ACCESS and its work to end all sports contacts between the United States and South Africa until aparth...
Type: Brochure
Africa coverage: South Africa
by American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York, New York, July 11, 1979
The mailing asks people to please mark down the date for a forthcoming demonstration on August 1st at Noon at Top Ran...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa
by American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York, New York, July 2, 1979
The mailing says with the prospect of a South African following Muhammad Ali as World Boxing Association (WBA) heavyw...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa
by American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York, New York, August 1, 1979
Mailing sent as part of a campaign to stop the boxing match between the white South African fighter Gerrie Coetzee an...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa
by American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York, New York, July 31, 1979
The press release says ACCESS, the American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society, today announced...
Type: Press Release
Africa coverage: South Africa
by American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York, New York, August 10, 1979
Mailing sent as part of the campaign to stop the heavyweight boxing match between John Tate and Gerrie Coetzee in Pre...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa
by American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York, New York, August 17, 1979
Mailing on the John Tate-Gerrie Coetzee fight. The mailing says enclosed please find notes on our meeting with NBC; i...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa
by Richard E. Lapchick, American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York, New York, December 23, 1980
Mailing including a cover letter and END OF THE YEAR REPORT – 1980. The cover letter says enclosed please find a co...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa
by Richard E. Lapchick, American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society
New York, New York, June 1981
Mailing including a cover letter, selected parts of a report REGISTER OF SPORTS CONTACTS WITH SOUTH AFRICA 1 Septembe...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania