by Hawaii Committee for Africa
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
March-June 1986
4 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: HAWAIIANS CALL FOR DIVESTMENT • RECENT EMPLOYEES BENEFITS JOURNAL CONCERNED THAT PENSION FUNDS AT RISK WITH SOUTH AFRICAN INVESTMENTS • 1986 NATIONAL WEEKS OF ANTI-APARTHEID ACTION • ANTI-APARTHEID HOTLINE SET UP BY HAWAII COMMITTEE FOR AFRICA • DIVESTMENT RESOLUTIONS IN THE 1986 HAWAII LEGISLATURE • CITY COUNCIL CALL FOR DIVESTMENT • UH PROFESSORS WANT DIVESTMENT NOW • The newsletter discusses OHA (Office of Hawaiian Affairs), House Concurrent Resolution 20, the Martin Luther King Day Parade, Betty Simmerer, the Tong family), Randy Tong, Lisa Tong, Antonio Rosa, Leigh Simmerer, Renee Furuyama, Joel Fischer, Lou Rosof, Kiyoko Furiwara, Rev. Don Asman, Rene Arakawa, Louann Guanson, Josette Rosof, Snare Jones, Sue Puli, Anthoni and John Alvsrez, May Horio, Franklin Luke, Darius Jonathan, Moanikeala Akaka, Ana Marie Noborikawa, Councilman Leigh-Wai Doo, State  Representative David M. Hagino, Anson Chong, Craig Howard, Regina Winstead, Marvin Chiles, Brian Dannel, Nicole Fischer, Thea Chang, H.C.R. 20, S.C.R. 11 (Senate Concurrent Resolution 11), Sen. Duke Kawasaki, Senate President Richard Wong, Rep. Dwight Yoshimura, the City Council of Honolulu, Resolution N0. 86-06, Patsy Mink, the Hawaii State Employees’ Retirement System Trustees, Dr. J.N. Musto, torture, the Krugerrand, and the University of Hawaii Professional Assembly.
Used by permission of former members of the Hawaii Committee for Africa.
Collection: Hawaii Committee for Africa (Renee Furuyama & Joel Fischer collection)