by Hawaii Committee for Africa
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Undated, September or early October 1985
1 page
Type: Leaflet
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Leaflet advertising events a DIVESTMENT DANCE featuring Hawaii’s own Pagan Babies at the Wesley Foundation on October 9th, a FORUM ON APARTHEID IN SOUTH AFRICA at the UH Manoa Campus Center on October 10th and ANTI-APARTHEID PROTEST DAY at the Prince Kuhio Federal Building on October 11th. The leaflet says the FORUM ON APARTHEID IN SOUTH AFRICA will feature a recent video "Winds of Change" with the Reverends Tutu and Boesak of South Africa. The leaflet says the ANTI-APARTHEID PROTEST DAY rally and demonstration is in support of nationwide locally organized protests focusing on divestment from U.S. companies involved in South Africa and campaigns to release Namibian and South African political prisoners; please wear a black armband during this day to show your support. The leaflet discusses UH (University of Hawaii), the UH African Students Association, Desmond Tutu, Allan Boesak, Darius Jonathan of Sudan, and UH Student Forums.
Used by permission of former members of the Hawaii Committee for Africa.
Collection: Hawaii Committee for Africa (Renee Furuyama & Joel Fischer collection)