"Reaching out to the World"

by Seattle-Daliwe Sister Community Project, Seventh Congressional District SANE/FREEZE
Seattle, Washington, United States
March 1990
Publisher: Seattle-Daliwe Sister Community Project
6 pages
Type: Program
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Program for an event "Reaching out to the World" at New Hope Baptist Church on March 29 sponsored by the 7th Congressional District SANE/FREEZE and the Seattle-Daliwe Sister Committee Project. The cover art on the program is a copy of a print titled “Hope and optimism in spite of the present difficulties” by Namibian artist John N. Muafangejo. The program includes Welcome by Rev. Robert L. Jeffrey, Pastor, New Hope Baptist Church; "The continuing need for sanctions against South Africa" by Nancy Palmer, Member of the Board, Seattle City Employees Retirement System; "Bringing the Peace Dividend home to Seattle" by Maureen Kostyack, Chair, SANE/FREEZE Economic Diversification Campaign; "Opening our eyes to economic apartheid at home" by Rev. Robert L. Jeffrey; Introduction by Mary Annese; Phone call to Daliwe by Rev. Robert L. Jeffrey and Mayor Norm Rice; and "Free South Africa" by Pat Wright and Charlie Murphy. The program mentions Kenneth Sigidi, the democratically elected President of the Daliwe Residents’ Association. • Yes, I want to get involved! • Washington State SANE/FREEZE • SEATTLE-DALIWE SISTER COMMUNITY PROJECT • Washington State SANE/FREEZE
Collection: Southern Africa Solidarity in the U.S. Pacific Northwest (Selma Waldman collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections