The Fight for Black Majority Rule in South Africa hear DRAKE KOKA

by Drake Koka Tour Committee
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
October 1978
1 page
Type: Leaflet
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Leaflet advertising a talk about political prisoners in South Africa by Drake Koka at Fellow Hall, Harvard University on October 17. The leaflet says Drake Koka was a co-founder and first Secretary General of the Black Peoples Convention and founder and General Secretary of the Black Allied Workers Union (BAWU); Koka has been indicted by the South African government as a co-conspirator in the frame-up trial of 11 Soweto student leaders; he lives in exile in Botswana. The leaflet says for more information contact Carol Evens, Drake Koka Tour Committee. The leaflet lists endorses as the Harvard-Radcliffe Black Students Association, the Harvard-Radcliffe Southern Africa Solidarity Committee, Donald Woods (Neiman Fellow), Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee, Student Association/Divinity School, Claude d’Estree (Chairperson of Committee on S. Africa), Burgess Carr (Secretary General of All African Conference of Churches), Krister Stendahl (Dean of Harvard Divinity School), Revolutionary Student Brigade, Young Socialist Alliance, and M.I.T.-Wellesley Southern Africa Committee.
Collection: Harvard-Radcliffe Southern Africa Solidarity Committee (Cindy Ruskin collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections