SUPPORT AID TO THE NATIONS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA AND COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC SANCTIONS AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA

by Washington Office on Africa
Washington, DC, United States
February 26, 1987
2 pages
The mailing says that, in February, 1987, members of Congress introduced legislation to give aid to black-ruled southern African states and impose comprehensive economic sanctions on the apartheid regime in South Africa. Activists need to organize activities to educate and mobilize anti-apartheid networks to build grassroots support for these important bills. The mailing discusses the Southern African Development Coordinating Council (SADCC), H.R. 1034/S 475, H.R. 967/S 474, H.R. 776, H.R. 1153, Congressmen Julian Dixon, Bill Gray, Mickey Leland, and Ron Dellums, Senators Ted Kennedy, Lowell Weicker, and Alan Cranston, the Reagan Administration, General Motors, and IBM. • AID TO SOUTHERN AFRICA • AID TO SOUTHERN AFRICA: Outline of bills, Timeline and Action • ACTION ON AID BILLS • COMPREHENSIVE ECONOMIC SANCTIONS: Bill, Timeline ad Action • ACTION ON SANCTIONS
Used by permission of the Washington Office on Africa.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root