Mozambique Support Network Newsletter

(Volume III Number 4)
by Mozambique Support Network
with Sessy Nyman (Editor), Jill Schlueter (Editor), Kathy Devine (Layout)
Chicago, Illinois, United States
February 1991
9 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Mozambique, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Middle East, United Nations
Language: English
Contents: MUMHCF Established in Northwest Indiana, by Sessy Nyman • South African Inspires Chicagoans, by Jill Schlueter • December Brings Partial Ceasefire, by Sessy Nyman • New Constitution Confirmed, by Sessy Nyman • Ford Foundation Awards Grant • Peace Talks Stall • Solidarity Highlights National Conferenc,e by Rollie Hudson • Wisconsin Groups Welcome Mozambique Ambassador, by Jill Schlueter • CHAPTER UPDATES • Action Alert! • BOOK REVIEWS • Liberating the Law • Mozambique: Who the Shots? • Running to Maputo, by Jill Rufsvold • Boycott Update • Mozambique Support Network • Cover letter by Sessy Nyman, National Coordinator of Mozambique Support Network (MSN). The newsletter includes MSN chapter updates from Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Boston, Detroit, Cleveland, Oklahoma, and the Bay Area. It contains an excerpt of an address to the United Nations by the President of the Republic of Mozambique Joaquim Alberto Chissano. The newsletter discusses the Mozambique United Methodist Health Care Foundation (MUMHCF), the 1990 Inter-city Educational Peace Mission to Mozambique and Zimbabwe, Prexy Nesbitt, Reverend Ted Snyder, the First United Methodist Church in Griffith, Indiana, the United Methodist Committee for Relief and Development (UMCOR), The Board of Missions, the Board of Global Ministries, Sister Bernard Ncube, Global Exchange, the Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa (CCISSA), the Federation of South African Women, FRELIMO, Renamo, Zimbabwean troops, Great Britain, the USSR, Congo, Kenya, Zambia, France, Portugal, Zimbabwe, Transport Minister Armando Guebuza, Raul Domingueus, UNAMO (Mozambique National Union), PALMO (Liberal and Democratic Party of Mozambique), United Nations Ambassador Pedro Commissario, Kerry Selvester, Save The Children, bank loans, IMF/WB (International Monetary Fund/World Bank), Merle Bowen, the Champaign-Urbana Coalition Against Apartheid, aid, Kevin Danaher, a conference in Milwaukee on "Mozambique: Nation at Risk," the Institute of World Affairs at the University of Wisconsin, Africa Link - Racine to Mozambique, humanitarian needs, Robert Garfield, DePaul University, Valeriano Ferrao, Randall LeCocq, the Department of State, General Daniel Smith, the South African Consulate in Chicago, the cold war, the Mozambique Education Committee, the Liberty Hill Foundation, the "Child by Child" campaign, the Chicago Crossroads Fund, high school and adult education, the Coors Connection, the Heritage Foundation, anti-apartheid groups, the Mozambique Health Committee, Rachel Rubin, M.D., Ann Evens, Manica province, the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights-Southern Africa Committee, "Children at Risk II: Mozambique/Detroit," Clementine Barfield, "Save Our Sons and Daughters" (SOSAD), Dr. Neil Boothby, Arthea Barnes, The Alisha Shula Dance Team, Beira, the Northeast Ohio Anti-Apartheid Coalition (NOAC), Terri Harris, Mary Wild, the annual Human Rights Day program, Malangatana Ngwenya, the Oklahoma University Fine Arts Coalition, the School of Art, BAAN, the ANC (African National Congress), the Native American community, Chris Benner, TECHINA, COSATU, Operation PUSH, Gatsha Buthelezi, the Illinois Labor Network Against Apartheid, Synapses, Chicago TransAfrica, Senator Jesse Helms, Albie Sachs, Gita Honwana Welch, the Middle East, the Palestinian people, the colonial system of justice, “Mozambique: The Revolution Under Fire” by Joseph Hanlon, Rachel Chapman, U.S. policy, anti-apartheid activist Art Serota, the Southern Africa Working Group of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Coca-Cola, Coke- Free Zones, Shell, boycott, and the UN Children's Emergency Fund.
Used by permission of former members of the Mozambique Support Network.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers