[Dear Friends, It has been quite a while since we have done a mailing, but that does not mean we haven't been busy. The Tour Committee finally has all the money and details of the ANC Youth League Tour wrapped up.]

by Pamela Doan, Southern Africa Action Network
Seattle, Washington, United States
July 25, 1993
Publisher: Southern Africa Action Network
1 page
Type: Mailing
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, El Salvador
Language: English
The Tour Committee of the ANC Youth League Tour reported that almost $3,000 was raised for the ANC and Youth League leaders Eldred deKlerk and Thabo Mzilikazi addressed 2,500 people, including 1,200 high school students, recruiting more people to work with the Network in Seattle. The group that came together in Tacoma to organize the tour has formed a Southern Africa Action Network in Tacoma. Last month, Pamela Doan and Chris Ferlazzo from CISPES (Committee In Solidarity with the People of EI Salvador) wrote a proposal for the CISPES national conference to form a coalition between CISPES and the anti-apartheid movement to support election campaigns in South Africa and EI Salvador, which are both scheduled to take place in the spring of 1994. The Southern Africa Action Network is sponsoring a demonstration at the Federal Building on South African Women's Day, August 9; Jeri Ware, Beverly Sims and Pamela Doan are the scheduled speakers; Maryamu Eltayeb-Givens will coordinate the demonstration; on August 8, the Network is sponsoring a barbecue to raise money to send Kathy Fowells and Pamela Doan to the International Youth Conference sponsored by the ANC Youth League August 26-29, and the SAAN will meeting on August 16 at 7:00 at CAMP. The mailing discusses the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) and Roy Sahali.
Collection: Southern Africa Solidarity in the U.S. Pacific Northwest (Selma Waldman collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections