Between the Lines

(Vol. 1, No. 3)
by Campaign Against Apartheid
with Rose Braz, Eric Auchard, Lisa Wu, Stuart Fisk, Steve Masover, David Luken
Berkeley, California, United States
April 1-15, 1986
4 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: South Africa, Libya
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Guatemala, Nicaragua
Language: English
Contents: Shantytown Protest at California Hall • Heyman’s Heavy Hand • One Word • If I Had a Rocket Launcher • Macros' Ice in the Freezer • Welcome, American… • Get Your Torpedoes Ready • Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch… • Please Bust Your Own… • Reagan's Age of Prosperity • Third World Culture in Euro-Centric America • National Weeks of Action: Week One Recap • Get Up, Stand Up • Time, Place and Manner • Lebanon, Libya, Grenada, Honduras: It’s Just a Shot Away • The newsletter says 3,000 people gathered on Biko (Sproul) Plaza at noon on March 31 to kick off the second National Week of Student Acton Against Apartheid. The Zulu Warriors (a group of South African exiles), Richie Havens, and Alice Coltrane were the main cultural attractions of the event, which also was the start of an ongoing Shantytown Protest at California Hall. The newsletter discusses Carlos Santana, IBM, ASUC President Pedro Noguera, the Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King, Jr., UC Berkeley (University of California, Berkeley), Secretary of State George Schultz, Ben Crowell, the liberation struggle, UCPD (University of California Police Department) officer Chokehold Johnson, Camile Caprioglio, Jose (Crazy Horse) Carrasco, ASUC (Associated Students of the University of California), Hewlett-Packard, computers, apartheid, United People of Color, the U.S. Department of State, divestment of the UC portfolio, a boycott of South African products, companies that do business in South Africa, mass media, major television networks, the San Francisco police, ROTC, Ronald Reagan, Assistant Chancellor John Cummins, the Regents, Josh Gold, the CIA, and the Berkeley campus.
Used by permission of former members of the Campaign Against Apartheid.
Collection: Private collection of Steve Masover