SENIORS: VOTE YES!

KEEP OUR MONEY OUT OF SOUTH AFRICA, YES FOR YALE - NO TO APARTHEID!
by Coalition Against Apartheid
New Haven, Connecticut, United States
Undated, November or early December 1983
4 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: WHAT ARE U.S. INVESTORS DOING ABOUT THE PROBLEM? • WHAT SHOULD INVESTORS BE DOING? • WHAT IS YALE'S POSITION? • WHY WON'T YALE DIVEST COMPLETELY? • WHY FOCUS ON SOUTH AFRICA? • HOW DO U.S COMPANIES SUPPORT APARTHEID? • AS YALE STUDENTS, WHAT CAN WE DO? • Pamphlet explains why the Quarter Century Fund should be South Africa-free and asks seniors to vote in the referendum of the Quarter Century Fund. The pamphlet notes that seniors control the 1984 Quarter Century Fund, and they we can choose to invest this outside of South Africa. The pamphlet also advertises a talk by Dennis Brutus on divestment on December 9 at Art Gallery Lecture Hall. The pamphlet mentions the Sullivan Principles, foreign investment, political and economic power, high profits, capital, technology, Barry Kupferberg, and the Yale Alumni Fund.
Used by permission of former members of the Coalition Against Apartheid.
Collection: William Masters papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections