[In light of the terrorist attack on the shantytown]

by Coalition for Divestment
Honolulu, Hawaii
Undated, late November 1986
1 page
Type: Press Release
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The press release says the Coalition for Divestment is demanding an investigation into the terrorist attack on the shantytown. In light of the attack, the Coalition for Divestment will keep the shanty up till Wednesday, November 26th. The shanty, which symbolizes living conditions of South African Blacks, is an expression against racism and a symbol of justice and freedom. The press release discusses University of Hawaii (UH), the first amendment, and freedom of speech.
Collection: Private collection of Joel Fischer and Renee Furuyama