SWAAN Call

(Number 7)
by State-Wide Anti-Apartheid Networks, American Friends Service Committee
Seattle, Washington, United States
July/August/September 1987
Publisher: American Friends Service Committee, State-Wide Anti-Apartheid Networks
4 pages
Contents: 386 KILLED IN MOZAMBIQUE BY MNR • CONSERVATIVE CAMPAIGN TO FUND MNR • ANALYSIS • CALL FOR ACTION • EFFORTS ARE NEEDED NOW • FREEDOM KEYS • CRISIS IN PALAU • AMERICAN LAKE, Nuclear Peril in the Pacific • NUCLEAR THREAT: AN INDIGENOUS VIEW • The newsletter says this is a special ACTION-ALERT issue of SWAAN Call focused on developments in Congress concerning policy on southern Africa. The newsletter discusses the Mozambique National Resistance (MNR), Renamo, the South African Air Force, the South African Defence Force, the Reagan Administration, anti-Government rebels, Senator Jesse Helms, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Bob Dole, the State Department, Senate Republicans, Rhodesia, FRELIMO, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Chester Crocker, Greg Fergin, Kindra Bryan, Luis Serapiao, Joaquim Chissano, UNITA, the Call to Conscience Action Network, George Schultz, ANC (African National Congress), SWAPO, the Swindle-Burton Amendments to the Senate State Dept. Appropriations Bill S-1934, the South Africa Ambassador, apartheid’s prisons, Boycott Shell, Coke, Craig T. Shimabukuro, and 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