Bylaws of The Friends of the ANC and Frontline States

by Friends of the ANC and the Frontline States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Undated, about mid to Fall 1990
5 pages
Type: Policy Document
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The bylaws say the Friends of the ANC and Frontline States is a broad-based coalition of anti-apartheid and Southern Africa solidarity groups that was formed in response to a call be the African National Congress (ANC). Its goals and objectives are to help build the movement in the U.S. to destroy apartheid and eliminate the racist white minority regime in South Africa, build support for the sanctions movement and divestiture campaign, maintain solidarity with the independent Frontline States of Southern Africa, educate the community - particularly the Black American community, build trade union and working class support in the U.S. for COSATU (Congress of South African Trade Unions), clarify the links between South African apartheid and the struggles of disenfranchised people, and work to give meaningful medical supplies, clothing, and educational material to the African National Congress and the Frontline States. • Statement of Purpose • Goals and Objectives of the Friends of the ANC and Frontline States • Organizational Structure • GENERAL MEMBERSHIP • STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP • Officers • Subcommittees • Frontline Task Force/Action Committees • Organizations • Individuals • Voting Rights • Quorum • New Members • List of Duties • Officers of the Friends of the ANC and Frontline States • Standing Committees of the Friends of the ANC and Frontline States • Fundraising
Used by permission of former members of Friends of the ANC and the Frontline States.
Collection: Carol B. Thompson and Bud Day Papers on Southern Africa, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections