Minnesota Supporting Racist Apartheid

by Minnesota Anti-Apartheid Legislative Coalition
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Undated, 1985?
4 pages
Contents: REMEMBER SOWETO • WHAT IS APARTHEID? • WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE U.S. IN SOUTH AFRICA AND NAMIBIA • CAN FOREIGN INVESTMENT PLAY A POSITIVE ROLE IN SOUTH AFRICA AND NAMIBIA? • MINNESOTA JOINS OTHER STATES IN REFUSING TO SUPPORT APARTHEID • HOW WILL THE MINNESOTA BILLS AFFECT THE STATE PENSION FUND? • PLEASE SUPPORT SG 1206 AND HF 1220 • Pamphlet produced in support of Minnesota Senate File 1206 and House File 1220 prohibiting future investment of public monies in banks or companies doing business in South Africa and Namibia. The pamphlet says enforced militarily by the white minority government of South Africa, apartheid is a system of legalized racism imposed on the black majority of South Africa and Namibia. The pamphlet discusses SWAPO (South West African People’s Organization), GM (General Motors), Burroughs, Ford, Honeywell, Control Data, 3-M, Longyear, Ramsey Engineering, Henkel Corporation, Union Carbide, Citibank, Chase Manhattan Bank, IBM, Control Data, nuclear self-sufficiency, white supremacy, nuclear non-proliferation, the Sullivan Principles, the black work force, Oliver Tambo, the African National Congress (ANC), the automotive industry, oil refining, petro chemicals, telecommunications, computers, nuclear weapons, U.S. corporations, and Andrew Rudd.
Collection: Private collection of Mary Sutton