Fund for a Free South Africa

by Fund for a Free South Africa
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Undated, 1988 or 1989?
2 pages
Type: Brochure
Coverage in Africa: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Zambia
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
This brochure describes the mission of the Fund for a Free South Africa (FreeSA) to provide financial, material and technical assistance to groups or projects in Southern Africa pursuing human, political, and economic rights for the oppressed in South Africa. FreeSA was founded by South African political exiles committed to creating an anti-apartheid foundation in the U.S. to be run by South Africans. FreeSA is in contact with members of the African National Congress, United Democratic Front, South African Congress of Trade Unions, and the religious community in South Africa. The brochure says FreeSA supports the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO) and a refugee hospital in Tanzania, a clinic in South Africa, refugee women's self-sufficiency cooperatives in Zambia and Zimbabwe, labor education projects directed mostly at women workers in South Africa, and labor cooperatives and relief funds to assist employees dismissed in connection with strikes. • Who We Are • What Will Your Contribution Do? • Education • Health • Women • Labor • Technical Assistance • Goals of FreeSA • The Movement for Democracy in South Africa [Note: The brochure was folded with four panels on each page.]
Used by permission of the South Africa Development Fund (successor to the Fund for a Free South Africa).
Collection: Private collection of David Goodman