BOYCOTT SHELL BULLETIN

(No. 13)
by Boycott Shell Campaign
Washington, DC, United States
Undated, apparently second half of December 1988 or early January 1989
Publisher: National Labor Boycott Shell Committee
4 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Canada, Europe, Netherlands
Language: English
Contents: Cities Declare Themselves "Shell Free" • Radio Spots To Boost Boycott • Canadian Boycott Gains Momentum • ShellShock Campaign Draws Community Support • Shell Shipments of S.A. Coal Under Fire • South African Workers Tell Shell: 'Negotiate Terms For Disinvestment' • Congress Has New Change To Pressure Energy Companies • SHAREHOLDERS PASS HALFWAY MARK IN DRIVE FOR SPECIAL MEETING • New Controversy Flares Over Secret Boycott Busting Plan • Help Put The Boycott On The Air • BOYCOTT SHELL CAMPAIGN MATERIALS • The newsletter discusses Boston Mayor Raymond Flynn, Royal/Dutch Shell, apartheid, Mine Workers President Rich Trumka, Berkeley, the UDF (United Democratic Front), WBCN, Charles Laquidara, the University of Manitoba, the Manitoba New Democratic Party, the Catholic Women's League of Canada, Pagan International, the Dutch anti-apartheid group Kairos, the Chemical Workers Industrial Union (CWIU), Owen Bieber, the House of Representatives, Rep. Ron Dellums, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Margaret Thatcher, Shell Transport & Trading Co., Royal Dutch Petroleum, New York Comptroller Harrison Goldin, Gordon Smith, American Baptist Churches, Rafael Pagan, Peter Walshe, the Neptune strategy, Notre Dame, Oliver Williams, James Armstrong, the National Council of Churches, Ed Asner, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Brown, Danny Glover, Little Steven, Peter Yarrow, and Aerosmith.
Used by permission of the United Mine Workers of America.
Collection: Private collection of Brian Verdin