by Harvard-Radcliffe Black Students Association, Harvard-Radcliffe African Students Association, Harvard-Radcliffe Southern Africa Solidarity Committee
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
March 21, 1979 or a little earlier
1 page
Type: Program
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Program for the Sharpeville Memorial on the steps of Memorial Church on March 21.  • Reverend Peter Gomes - Benediction  • Members of the Kuumba Singers - spirituals  • Rabbi Ben-Zion Gold – Benediction • Canon Burgess Carr, Visiting Professor of Divinity, Secretary General of the All-African Union of Churches - speech about history of the liberation movements in Southern Africa • Greg Akili, Co-founder of Black Political Convention, African Liberation Day, Campaign for Economic Democracy, Organizer of San Diego Workers' Union, and National Executive Board member of Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee - relationship of racism in South Africa and the U.S. • Aaron Estis, Executive Board member of Black Students Association - Afro-American Studies Department at Harvard and the administration’s racist dealings with the department • Reverend Tom Powers - Benediction
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