SWAAN Call

(Number Two)
by State-Wide Anti-Apartheid Network, American Friends Service Committee
with Randolph Carter, Marian Bock, Berta Gaulke, Selma Waldman, Rick Harwood, William Hansen, Maryamu Eltayeb, Gretchen Smith, Diane Jhueck, Marjorie Prince, Tyree Scott
Seattle, Washington, United States
August 1986
Publisher: American Friends Service Committee, State-Wide Anti-Apartheid Network
13 pages
Contents: SANCTIONS GAIN MOMENTUM • Regional Conference on Apartheid and Racism • !!! ACTION ALERT !!! Support Senate Bill for Sanctions • Witnesses Clarify So-Called "Black-an-Black" Violence • New from Africa: NO NEWS • Emergency Response Network CALL TO CONSCIENCE Needs You! • FRONTLINES • FOCUS on Zambia • !!! ACTION ALERT !!! • More conference news • Updates • !!! ACTION ALERT !!! • Eastern SWAAN • Seattle • South African Women's Day 9 August • MOTHER LEAH • BOYCOTT NEWS • SHELL BOYCOTT UPDATES • August Freedom Calendar • Freedom Calendar September • The newsletter reports on an upcoming conference in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho with organizers from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. It also discusses comprehensive mandatory sanctions, the House of Representatives, the Senate, Makini Coleman, the Coke boycott campaign, Ronald Reagan, the ANC (African National Congress), Steven Biko, Secretary of State George Schultz, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Rep. William Gray, P.W. Botha, Senator Cranston, Trevor Fowler, the Crossroads squatter camp, National Namibia Concerns, Red and Susan Burchfield, vigilantes (witdoeke), South African Christian Leadership Assembly (SACLA), the KTC area, Zolani [Red Cross] Centre, the State of Emergency, Black Sash, Avel Gordly, Kenneth Kaunda, Joel M. Ngo, MPLA (Popular Movement for the Independence of Angola), Jose Eduardo dos Santos, UNIP (United National Independence Party), SWAPO (South West Peoples Organization), FRELIMO (Mozambique Liberation Front), Samora Machel, ZANU-PF, ZAPU (Joshua Nkomo), Conservative Alliance (Ian Smith), Robert Mugabe, Rep. Lee Hamilton, UNITA, the House Intelligence Authorizations Act, Soweto Day actions, Spokane, Honorary Consul Joseph Swing, the West Coast Conference in Solidarity with ANC and SWAPO, divestment, the University of Washington, Students Against Apartheid, National Federation of South African Women, the Freedom Charter, Mamazane Xulu, Dora Tamana Day Care Centre, Nomazizi Sokudela, Kikora Dorsey, Jeri Ware, Leah Tutu, Amelia B. House, the South African Domestic Workers Association (SADWA),Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela, the Internal Security Act, the United Democratic Front (UDF), the "Sun City" video, Seattle University, South African Political Prisoners Day, and the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC).
Used by permission of American Friends Service Committee.
Collection: Southern Africa Solidarity in the U.S. Pacific Northwest (Selma Waldman collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections