Racism in South Africa: A Call for International Action

addresses by H.E.M. Achkar Marof
by Achkar Marof
with George M. Houser
New York, New York, United States
1965
Publisher: American Committee on Africa
54 pages
Addresses about South Africa made in 1964 and 1965 by H.E.M. Achkar Marof, Permanent Representative of Guinea to the United Nations, who was Chairman of the United Nations Special on Apartheid beginning in September 1964. Achkar is described as one of the most experienced African diplomats in the United Nation, particularly noted for his activity on colonial and racial problems. Contents: Introduction • 1. The South African Crisis and American Action • 2. A Threat to the United Nations • 3. Replying to Dr. Muller • 4. On Executions in South Africa • 5. Sanctions Can Work • 6. Guns and Cash for Apartheid • 7. Towards Violence • 8. Cementing the Unholy Alliance • 9. A Responsibility of the Great Powers • 10. A Contribution from the Netherlands • 11. An Appeal for International Action
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: George M. Houser (Africa collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections