[MEMO TO: Advisory Board]

by Southern Africa Media Center
San Francisco, California, United States
September 12, 1985
Publisher: California Newsreel
3 pages
This memo to the Center’s Advisory Committee reports on the increase in use of films about South Africa, in tandem with the growing activism on South Africa in the U.S. The Center hired Dwight Hopkins to work with Black denominations and religious organizations to use the Center’s films with their members. The letter discusses a week of programming about South African that is planned by PBS. It also mentions that the IRS has questioned their tax-exempt status. The letter also highlights three new films the Center is distributing: Woza Albert, Allan Boesak: Choosing for Justice, and Namibia: Africa’s Last Colony.
Used by permission of California Newsreel.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root