From South Africa to South Central Los Angeles: The Decline of Health Care

by Friends of the ANC and the Frontline States, Committee on Health in Southern Africa, South African International Student Congress (SAISCO)
Los Angeles, California, United States
About December 1990
Publisher: Committee on Health in Southern Africa, Friends of the ANC and the Frontline States, South African International Student Congress
1 page
Leaflet advertising a meeting on health care in Los Angeles and South Africa on January 5, 1991 at the Black Employees Association Center. The meeting will discuss the psychological impact of violence in mental health care, the role of women in health care, apartheid health care and its impact on children, alternative health care models, and the relationship of health and the environment. Speakers on the leaflet include: Barry Kistnasamy M.D., a member of the National Medical and Dental Association and the African National Congress who is a specialist on community/occupational health, and Jan B. King M.D., a specialist in internal medicine and comparative health delivery systems who has done field work in Costa Rica, Kenya, Cuba, and South Africa.
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