Steering Committee Meeting, March 3, 1988

by Illinois Labor Network Against Apartheid
Forest Park, Illinois, United States
March 3, 1988 or a little earlier
4 pages
Type: Agenda
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: 1. Brief updates/reports • A. Report of SA - telegrams needed • B. Sanctions status • C. ACTWUSA / ACTWU: what we are about • D. News conference / press coverage • E. City Council resolution passes • F. CFL & central labor body endorsements • G. Strategy/educational conference - when?? • H. Announcements (Cable TV Channel 19/March 12; Sarmcol play, CCAWUSA visit) • 2. Petitions • 3. Demonstration • 4. Shell Boycott • A. Delegation to American National Bank • B. Mayor’s call • C. National Shell Boycott Week • D. Next step on Shell • A postcard campaign? • An informational picket line at Shell/Oak Brook? • D. Purchase & use of films • 5. Network budget • 6. Schedule meetings • A. Steering Committee (March 29?) • B. General (April 11?) • FILM Railway workers on strike • Agenda for March 3, 1988 Steering Committee meeting. Included with the Agenda are DISCUSSION & VOTE ON MARCH 18 DEMONSTRATION PLANS and a Proposed Budget. The Agenda and other documents mention Kathy Devine, Harold Rogers, Phil Imesote, UFCW, Robert M. Healy, Johnnie Jackson, Moses Mayekiso, Steve Culen, Ald. Danny Davis, Nomonde Ngubo, UMW (United Mine Workers), UAW (United Auto Workers), Bill Stewart, USWA, Josephine Brooks, Congressman Charles Hayes, William Lipinski, Rev. Mike Pfleger, George Clements, Cosie Greshman, Bob Simpson, Bob Nelson, Gene Moats, Jackie Vaughn, Tony Kujawa, Art Loevy, Lou Montenegro, Cole Wright, Rachel Rubin, Basil Clunie, Bill Stewart, Rose Daylie, Debbie Lain, Joe Costigan, Art Mitcham, Paul Bigman, Barbara Gude, Emma Beck, Virginia Becket, Shell buttons, actions and demonstrations, printing costs, postage, computerization, telephone, ACTWU (Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union), and ACTWUSA (Amalgamated Clothing and Textile Workers Union of South Africa.)

Used by permission of a former member of the Illinois Labor Network Against Apartheid.
Collection: Kathleen M. Devine papers