[Greetings: Finally the letter I promised after our last meeting.]

by Miloanne Hecathorn, $top B of A Banking on Apartheid
San Francisco, California, United States
September 1, 1977
Publisher: $top B of A Banking on Apartheid
4 pages
Type: Mailing
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Mailing to solidify the Bank of America campaign and its strategy and timeline. The mailing says Prexy Nesbitt, national coordinator for the national bank campaign, was enthusiastic about the work being done in California and the widespread potential because of our local focuses. Nesbitt, will visit from September 27 to October 8, with time in Los Angeles from the 29 to the 1. He will bring the new slide show on multi-national bank involvement in South Africa and the not-yet-released film, South Africa: The Rising Tide, by African filmmaker Boubakar Adjali. The mailing discusses Bank of America; American Committee on Africa (ACOA); Larry Wright; Leo Robinson, ILWU Local 10; Miloanne Hecathorn, Bay Area Namibia Action Group (BA-NAG); Jody Parsons, Northern Calfironia Center for Corporate Responsibility (NC-ICCR); Brian Sheppard; Campuses United Against Apartheid (CUAA); Paul Isaak, Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary; Niva Padilha, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC); Bruce Parker, South African Catalyst Project (Stanford); Sam Romano, United Neighbors or Action; Bill Tileston; Yvonne Golden; Joseph P. Hall; Steve Greenberg, Local 29 OPEU; John Harrington, CA Senate Committee on Social Responsibility; Judy Kurts, National Lawyers Guild; Marilyn Shipman, Christian Student Movement; Carol Bremner; Alex Kumjian; Chris Gray, Stanford Committee for Responsible Investment Policy; Bill Dittenhofer; YWCA-Berkeley; and UNIA. • Strategy/Timeline • Initial Work • Preparation for "going public" • Formal public launching • Concrete Work/Research • South Africa • Red-lining • Affirmative Action • Pension and Retirement Funds • Union Deposits • Organizational and Public Money Deposits • Local Liabilities and International Law • Alternatives • Campus-based Outreach (by no means limiter to here…) • Community Outreach (also with regard to Prexy's coming visit) • Going Public/Prexy's Next Visit
Used by permission of former members of Stop Banking on Apartheid.
Collection: Carol B. Thompson and Bud Day Papers on Southern Africa, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections