MIDWEST CONFERENCE ON NAMIBIA

by Malcolm X Institute, Peacemaking Action Network , Free South Africa Coalition
West Lafayette, Indiana, United States
Undated, early 1986
Publisher: Free South Africa Coalition, Malcolm X Institute, Peacemaking Action Network
3 pages
Type: Program
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Program of the Midwest Conference on Namibia held at Purdue University on April 19-20, 1986. Opening statements are to be made by Gene Mark, Peace Action Network; John Harvey, Malcolm X Institute; Lucia Hamutenya, SWAPO; Themba Ntinga, ANC; and a speaker from the U.N. Council on Namibia. Workshops topics include Angola (M. R. Almeida, MPLA; Sahotra Sarkar, Third World Political Forum), Namibia Today (Lucia Hamutenya, SWAPO), Divestment Strategies (Toni Moore, CIDSA; David Goldiner, Columbia Coalition for a Free Southern Africa), Coalition Building (Bob Dion, FSACC University of Ann Arbor; Jeffrey Cusic, Malcolm X Institute), and Direct Aid (Themba Ntinga, ANC; Covak Williamson, Anti-Apartheid Student Alliance). The conference includes sessions on the State of the Movement (Michael Thomas, SCCAAR Purdue University; David Goldiner, Columbia Coalition for Southern Africa; Covak Williamson, Anti-Apartheid Student Alliance; Sahotra Sarkar, Third World Political Forum), Frontline States (Themba Ntinga, ANC; Prof. Dummentt Purdue University; a speaker from U.N. Council on Namibia), Role of Non-Violent Action (Father Basil, Notre Dame; Tom Jones, P.A.N. Purdue), Direct Aid (Covak Williamson, Anti-Apartheid Student Alliance, University of Chicago), and Post-Divestment Strategies (Covak Williamson, Anti-Apartheid Student Alliance, University of Chicago). [Note: CIDSA is the Coalition for Illinois' Divestment from South Africa.]
Collection: Sahotra Sarkar Chicago anti-apartheid collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections