LIFE UNDER APARTHEID U.S. State in South Africa's Racism

by Springfield Committee To End Apartheid
Springfield, Massachusetts, United States
Undated, 1979?
6 pages
Type: Brochure
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: What Is Apartheid? • Migrant Labor System and "Homelands" • Results of the Apartheid System • Repression and Resistance • U.S. Investment in South Africa • Campaign Against Apartheid in the U.S. • What You Can Do • The brochure discusses land, Bantustans, Pass Laws, poverty, U.S. corporations, Uniroyal, United Technologies, Monsanto, divestment campaigns, police brutality, the 1976 Soweto uprising, black organizations, and the African National Congress (ANC). [This item was digitized by the Sophia Smith Collection at Smith College and provided to the African Activist Archive.] [Note on dates: 1) The brochure includes the logo for International Anti-Apartheid Year (March 21, 1978 - March 20, 1979) that was designated by the United Nations General Assembly. 2) The brochure discusses boycotting local stores selling South African products which took place in December 1978 and January 1979 as reported in the February 1979 issue of newsletter A Luta Continua available on this website.]
Collection: Frances Crowe Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College