SCHEDULE

DEVELOPMENT AND/OR LIBERATION A Conference on Alternative Models of Development: Latin America, Southern Africa, Wisconsin
by Community Action on Latin America, Division of Church & Society Wisconsin Council of Churches, League of Women Voters Wisconsin & Dane County, Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa, Student (Advisory) Committee on International Affairs, Wisconsin Youth for Democratic Education
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
April 1973
Publisher: Community Action on Latin America, Division of Church & Society, Wisconsin Council of Churches, League of Women Voters, Wisconsin & Dane County, Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa, Student (Advisory) Committee on International Affairs, Wisconsin Youth for Democratic Education
1 page
Type: Program
Coverage in Africa: Southern Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Brazil, Chile, Cuba
Language: English
The program includes the first Plenary Session: A Question of Justice – Development or Liberation with an address by Prof. A. Eugene Havens, Rural Sociology, UW- Madison and response: Prof. Charles W. Anderson, Political Science, UW-Madison; and a second plenary Strategies of Development: An Overview with an address: Prof. David Barkin, Lehman College, City University of New York. Workshops on the program include Who gains from American aid? with Prof. Alex Wilde, U. S. involvements in Southern Africa with Ms. Ruth Minter, Multinational Corporation -- Chile and Wisconsin with Mr. Al Gedicks, U. S. foreign police and the Third World with Mr. William Minter, Socialism and development: Cuba with Ms. Sara Bentley, Who gains from American aid? with Prof. Alex Wilde, U. S. involvements in Latin America, Rich nations/poor nations with Mr. Roger Green, and Repression and development: Brazil with Mr. Ken Mericle.
Used by permission of David Wiley and William Minter, former members of Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers