NAMIBIA PEACE CENTER BULLETIN

(#2)
by Namibia Peace Center
Santa Monica, California, United States
Undated, about early May 1977
2 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The newsletter reports on Ebenezer Sikakane, a Baptist minister from South Africa, who is part of an interdenominational team seeking reconciliation among South Africans by working with various churches there. He will speak at local church services and at the Namibia class on May 15. The newsletter reports the Trinity Institute of Trinity Episcopal Church, Wall Street, has approved a $5,000 grant towards the establishment of a Namibia Peace Center in New York which will be the American liaison to Bishop Winter's center in England. Fr. Sipo Mzimela, of St. Luke's in the Bronx, will head the new center. The newsletter discusses the Fuller Theological Seminary School of World Mission, Dennis Hughes, Marta Cubas, Billie Fenton, the General Assembly of the United Nations, the film Last Grave at Dimbaza, Kay Coulson, Ruth Stark, Rob Wood, Bill Stall and Fr. Steve. Contents: EBENEZER SIKAKANE IS COMING! • GOOD NEWS • THE BOOK TABLE WANTS YOU! • THE NAMIBIAN PEACE CENTER TAKES SHAPE • BACKGROUND • OUR OWN NAMIBIAS • FOR THE FUTURE
Collection: Kenneth K. Martin Southern Africa Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections