[ON BEHALF OF BLACK SOUTH AFRICANS AND ALL OPPRESSED PEOPLES, THE POLAROID REVOLUTIONARY WORKERS DEMAND:]

by Ken Williams, Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement
Brookline, Massachusetts, United States
January 12, 1971
Publisher: Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement
1 page
Type: Policy Document
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The document says on behalf of black South Africans and all oppressed peoples, the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers demand Polaroid announce a policy of complete disengagement from South Africa; that Polaroid announce its position on apartheid publically in the U.S. and South Africa; that Polaroid contribute its profits earned in South Africa to recognized African liberation movements. The document says PRWM will enforce an international economic boycott against Polaroid until they completely disengage from South Africa. The document discusses Polaroid Corporation, Edwin Land, and the I.D.2 system.
Used by permission of Caroline Hunter, co-founder of the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement.
Collection: Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections