by International Freedom Mobilization
with Janyce E. Bolden, Wyatt Tee Walker
New York, New York, United States
April 17, 1979
15 pages
Type: Program
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Nations
Language: English
Program of the Summit Conference of Black Religious Leaders on Apartheid at the United Nations Church Center sponsored by the International Freedom Mobilization. People listed on the program include Betty Olive; Paul Lusaka, Ambassador of Zambia to the United Nations; Leslie O. Harriman, Chairman, United Nations Special Committee Against Apartheid; Jean Young, United State Chairman, International Year of the Child; Dr. Kelly Miller Smith; Frederick B. Williams; Canon Burgess Carr; Canon Robert C.S. Powell; Dr. Jesse Jackson; Reverend Dr. E.A. Freeman; Justice William Booth; Bishop Philip Cousin; Franklin Williams; Johnstone Makatini; Theo-Ben Gurirab; Dr. Callistus Ndlovu, Dr. Bernard Magubane; The Reverend Norman Quick; Bishop H.H. Brookins; Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker; Dr. William A Jones, Jr.; Dr. Thelma Adair; Dr. F. Herbert Skeete; Dr. Leon H. Sullivan; The Reverend Dr. Herman H. Watts; Harold R. Sims, Rev. William Howard; Sarah M. Smith; Louis C. Jones; Rev. George E. Riddick; Rev. Sipo Mzimela; Dr. Samih Farsoun; Dr. Frederick Dube; Rev. Dr. Maynard Catchings; Rev. William Stemper, Dr. Prexy Nesbitt; Dr. Earl Moore; Carroll M. Felton, Jr.; Emma Bowen; Mal Goode; Ethel Payne; Richard Walker; Reverend Dr. George Lawrence; Charles Hayes; Dr. James Turner; Bishop Paul Moore, Jr.; Rev. Joseph E. Lowery, President, Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Dr. Dorothy I. Height, President, National Council of Negro Women; Andrew J. Young, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations; and Rev. Vastor Johnson, President, Baptist Ministers Conference of Greater New York and Vicinity. Simultaneous workshops on the program include The Sullivan Principles, Economic Sanctions, and Economic Withdrawal. The program says there will be a showing of the film "Six Days In Soweto". The program discusses the African National Congress (ANC), Patriotic Front -Z.A.P.U., the National Council of Churches, Operation PUSH, the Phelps Stokes Fund, SWAPO, armed struggle, U.N. General Assembly Building, Riverside Church, and the ARC Gospel Chorus. • Welcome • GENERAL INFORMATION • Purpose • OFFICERS • STEERING COMMITTEE • NATIONAL COMMITTEE • Dinner Program • Who's Who • Notes
Collection: Kenneth K. Martin Southern Africa Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections