by Hawaii Committee for Africa
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
October 1986
2 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: BART DAME LEADS UH DIVESTMENT COALITION • ANTONIO ROSA TO FAST UNTIL UH DIVESTS • UH STUDENT ADDRESSES UNITED NATIONS • DIVESTMENT PETITION PRESENTED TO REGENTS • BJAE PROTHRO COORDINATES TELEPHONE TREE • SETSU OKUBO: DEDICATED SIGN MAKER • NAMIBIA PACKETS AVAILABLE • LEIGH SIMMERER GETS FLYERS UP • AMERICAN COMMITTEE ON AFRICA'S JOSHUA NESSEN ON HAWAII TOUR • CAMPUS FORUMS TO FEATURE APARTHEID • DARIUS JONATHAN SETS UP LUTHERAN PROGRAMS • KEITH KREUGER CONTINUES T-SHIRT PROJECT • RUSSELL SHENN CONTINUES AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL WORK • ECONOMIC SANCTIONS PUSHED BY CONGRESS, LOCAL DIVESTMENT ACTIONS STILL NEEDED, CALIFORNIA DIVESTS • The newsletter discusses Renee Furuyama, the National Student Anti-Apartheid Strategy Session, the United Nations Committee Against Apartheid, Andrew Hoffman, Keith Kreuger, the University of Hawaii (UH), the January 20 th Martin Luther King Parade, Gladys Brandt, Pepper Shimazu, the Sharpeville Observance, Louis Herman, Darius Jonathan, President Reagan, economic sanctions, the Hawaii Council of Churches, the United Church of Christ Hawaii Conference, the University of California Board of Regents, and the UH Professor’s Union (UHPA).
Used by permission of former members of the Hawaii Committee for Africa.
Collection: Hawaii Committee for Africa (Renee Furuyama & Joel Fischer collection)