DISORIENTATION

by Campuses United Against Apartheid
with Ron Jensen, Charles Schwartz, Anne Lawrence, Ruth Milkman, Jeff Levin, Andy Spahn, Ray Sevilla, Brian Shepard, MiloAnn Hecathorne, Brent Stuart, Yolo Friends of the Farmworkers, California Agrarian Project, Sugae Goen, Cathie Wilson, Women's Issues Group UC Davis, Steve Willett
Berkeley, California, United States
FALL 1977
58 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Introduction • Corporate Executives on Campus • Apartheid: What it Means • The Case for Divestment • UC in South Africa: The University Portfolio • Reinvestment • Bank of America and South Africa • The Bakke Decision • The University and Nuclear Weapons • The University and Agricultural Mechanization • Women and the University • Sexism and the University • The University as an Employer • History of the Student Movement at Berkeley • Community Resources List • Pamphlet distributed at the University of California Berkeley. The pamphlet discusses U.S. investments in South Africa, Hewlett-Packard, Del Monte, IBM, General Motors (GM), IBM, Ford, General Electric, Bank of America, Standard Oil of California, Bechtel, Dow Chemical, homelands, the Nationalist Party, Transkei, passbooks, repression, resistance, black workers, political parties, the South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU), Campuses United Against Apartheid (CUAA), Chief Albert Luthuli, the African National Congress (ANC), the Soweto rebellion, Caltex, the South African Students Organization, the South African Student Movement (SASM), the Black Peoples' Convention (PBC), the Pan African Congress (PAC), the Coloured Labor Party, the Organization of African Unity (OAU), the "Six Principles", Rev. Leon Sullivan, Afrikaners, the Community Ownership Organizing Project, John Harrington of the California State Senate Select Committee on Investment Priorities and Objectives, AFSCME, the U.C. Retirement System, the U.C. Regents, ABECOR, Barclay's, the European Banks International Company (EBIC), Stop Banking on Apartheid, Citicorp, Dow Chemical, Caterpillar Tractor Co., Eastman Kodak, Exxon, Pepsico, the People’s Park, the Free Speech Movement (FSM), South Africa's capitalist economy, Western interests, and the East Bay Socialist School.
Collection: Carol B. Thompson and Bud Day Papers on Southern Africa, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections