ECSA Bulletin

by Episcopal Churchpeople For A Free Southern Africa
New York, New York, United States
April 26, 1985
10 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Europe, Israel, United Kingdom
Language: English
The newsletter includes information about the Sharpeville Massacre, Ambrose Reeves, Father M.S. Daba, the United Democratic Front (UDF), police, vigils, funerals, Langa township, Uitenhage, Louis le Grange, Lieutenant John Fouche, Judge Donald Kannemeyer, the Progressive Federal Party (PFP), Ndenzilie Thembani, Casspir armored personnel carriers, Buffalo armored cars, Mziantu Thompson Sinayanda, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Fikili Nobese, the African Nation Congress (ANC), Oliver Tambo, Nelson Mandela, Popo Molefe, Patrick Lekota, Moses Chikane, President Pieter W. Botha, Nigel Anderson, Robert Schwartz, Shearson-American Express, Ivy League schools, Harvard, Yale, Columbia University, Antioch College, Howard University, Michigan State University, University of Wisconsin, Citicorp, IBM, General Motors, Ford, Exxon, Xerox, Dow Chemical, American Hospital Supply, Communications Satellite, General Signal Corp., Nancy Craig, the divestiture campaign, Hendrik Schoeman, Murphy Morobe, Malcolm Rifkind, the Internal Security Act, University of California at Berkeley, Boston University, Rutgers University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Michigan, divestment, Peter Linde, John Searle, Pete Seeger, Eric Foner, Bernard College, President Reagan, Jose DeSousa, Dr. Verwoerd, KwaNdebele, migrant labor, Geritt Viljoen, Mike Rosholt, Gavin Relly, the South African Defence Force, sanctions, Sean MacBride, the Luthuli Memorial Lecture, the House of Representative, Escom, Edward Markey, the Tennessee Valley Authority, nuclear technicians, the Koeberg nuclear power station, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Kalahari Desert, National Security Council, a nuclear blast, and Vela Satellite. The newsletter consists mostly of newspaper articles including "Bloodbath described by priest" by Barry Streek, "An ill omen in court belied determination of judge" by Michael Hornsby, "Now Botha's troops shoot to kill" by Eric Marsden, "Exiled Apartheid Foe Seeks Talks to Extend Suffrage in S. Africa" by Glenn Frankel, "S. Africa Arrests 3 Activists, Blacks Are Accused Of Role in Unrest" by Allister Sparks, "UDF aims to lead mass action" by Jo-Anne Collinge, "Divestment Called a South Investment" by Keith B. Richburg, "Foreign investment in SA has increased," "South Africa group challenges F.O. view of sanctions" by David Adamson, "On Campus, Echoes of the '60s, Protesting Apartheid, a Cause for the '80" by Cynthia Gorney and Keith Richburg, "SA funeral massacre victims shot in the back" by Patrick Laurence, "Nato backing for SA nuclear aims- claim," and "U.S. Knew in Advance of Mystery Blast" by Jack Anderson and Dale Van Atta. The newsletter includes an opinion newspaper article "Apartheid merely being adjusted" by Allister Sparks.
Used by permission of former board members of the Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa.
Collection: George M. Houser (Africa collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections