Demonstrate Against Carter

SEND HIM A MESSAGE: DON'T OBSTRUCT THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
by Harvard-Radcliffe Southern Africa Solidarity Committee
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
October 1978
1 page
The leaflet advertises a bus from Harvard Square to a protest in Lynn, Massachusetts. Slogans on the leaflet are VOTE YES ON U.N. SANCTIONS AGAINST S. AFRICA, STOP RECOGNITION OF SMITH REGIME, and CUT DIPLOMATIC TIES WITH S. AFRICA. The leaflet lists sponsors of the protest as African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC), Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa, Boston College South Africa Liberation Support Committee, Boston University Southern African Support Committee, Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee, Harvard-Radcliffe Southern Africa Solidarity Committee, Harvard Lawyer's Guild, Mobilization for Survival, New England Committee on Southern Africa, Revolutionary Student Brigade, Revolutionary Workers Headquarters, Friends of United Farm Workers, Tufts Committee for Divestiture from Southern Africa, and Wellesley Committee for Divestiture from Southern Africa. The leaflet discusses civil and political rights, state terror, the passbook system, U.S. corporations, U.S. investment, U.S. banks, Andrew Young, sanctions, nuclear technology, an "internal settlement" in Rhodesia, Ian Smith, southern African liberation movements, and minority rule. • APARTHEID • U.S. SUPPORT FOR APARTHEID • RHODESIA
Used by permission of former members of the Harvard-Radcliffe Southern Africa Solidarity Committee.
Collection: Harvard-Radcliffe Southern Africa Solidarity Committee (Cindy Ruskin collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections