Trade, Aid, and Debt: Toward Economic Justice in Africa - A Consultation for Faith Communities

by Leon Spencer, Washington Office on Africa, William H. Pindar, Stony Point Center
Washington, DC, United States
January 1999
Publisher: Washington Office on Africa
2 pages
Type: Mailing
Coverage in Africa: Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Mailing to friends who participated in "Africa in Perspective: Prospects and Possibilities - The Role of the Church in a New Africa" at Stony Point Center inviting them to attend a consultation in Washington June 4-6. The mailing says one of the qualities of the gathering will be engagement in a Kairos-type process for study, reflection and action on economic justice issues facing Africa, looking toward a strong prophetic faith-based advocacy document defining a just relationship with Africa; such a document can feed back into the various faith communities for grassroots reflection, so that we might together move toward a challenging affirmation of economic justice standards as a solid basis for an action agenda. The mailing discusses the Africa Committee of the National Council of Churches of Christ.
Used by permission of the Washington Office on Africa.
Collection: Aubrey McCutcheon Southern Africa Papers, Michigan State University Libraries, Special Collections