[Coke protests: Coke hit for South Africa ties]

by American Friends Service Committee
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Undated, about May 15, 1989
2 pages
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English

Leaflet produced as part of the campaign to boycott Coke-Cola Company. The leaflet includes newsletter headlines and excerpts of newspaper articles, including "Campus protests, Coke hit for South Africa ties,” "Mount Holyoke students protest for ban on Coke,” "Students challenging Coke,” "College Bans Coca-Cola From Campus for Month," "School decision on Coke nears,” "Students take no-Coke stand,” "School's apartheid foes vote out Coke machines,” "FIS students decide things go better without Coke,” "Coca-Cola produced letter of praise from Tutu,” "Boycott Movement Has Limited Target,” "Coke Company's Motive Maligned,” and "Coca Cola says boycott drive distorts its role in South Africa." The leaflet also includes the text of GENERAL STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AROUND THE COKE BOYCOTT CAMPAIGN by AFSC (American Friends Service Committee). The leaflet discusses Mount Holyoke College, Umass (University of Massachusetts), Hampshire College, the Five Colleges campuses, Tanya Harris, Leslie Lippi, Wendy Rodenhiser, Morgan Smith, Leanna Ampola, Fairview High School, Carl Ware, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

Used by permission of American Friends Service Committee.
Collection: Private collection of Paquetta Palmer