AN APPEAL TO THE PEOPLE OF THE U.S.

JOIN US IN A MOBILIZATION FOR JUSTICE & PEACE IN CENTRAL AMERICA & SOUTHERN AFRICA
by National Mobilization Headquarters
Washington, DC, United States
Undated, late 1986 or early 1987
4 pages
Type: Brochure
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Guatemala, Nicaragua
Language: English
Brochure advertising a mobilization for justice and peace in Central America and Southern Africa in Washington, D.C. on April 25, 1987. It also advertises an Interfaith Worship Service and Training in Non-violence on April 26, "Congressional Accountability Day" Visits to Senators and Representatives, and Non-violent Civil Disobedience at CIA Headquarters in Langley on April 27. The brochure says U.S. policies in Central America and southern Africa are morally wrong and violate democratic ideals. Slogans on the brochure include "Support peace and freedom in Central America and Southern Africa," "Stop the U.S. war in Central America," and "Stop U.S. government and corporate support for apartheid." The brochure discusses sanctions, U.S. companies, UNITA, intelligence cooperation with South Africa's military and security forces, the United Democratic Front (UDF), and the Contras.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root