[Dear Friends, I am writing to you as a member of the National Lawyers Guild Southern Africa Project.]

by Lorraine Fontana, National Lawyers Guild
San Francisco, California, United States
July 5, 1978
Publisher: National Lawyers Guild
4 pages
Type: Mailing
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa, Southern Africa, Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The mailing says the National Lawyers Guild Southern Africa Project is developing a handbook about successful and unsuccessful tactics that have been used in Southern African support work as well as legal problems that groups have experienced. Two enclosed leaflets (THE SOUTHERN AFRICA PROJECT NEEDS YOUR HELP and WHY A SOUTHERN AFRICA PROJECT?) explain the Project and request information about campus activities and divestment efforts relevant to the handbook. The mailing discusses Blacks in South Africa and Namibia, white supremacy, apartheid, illegal occupation, SWAPO, the Patriotic Front, military build-ups, repressive internal security measures, bannings, arrests, torture, murder of political activists, the bank campaign, national liberation forces, the Krugerrand, sports boycotts, local and state resolutions and legislation, material aid drives, the arms embargo, mercenaries, and a fund-railing raffle.
Used by permission of the National Lawyers Guild.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root