South African Women's Day

by Bay Area Free South Africa Movement
Oakland, California, United States
Undated, August 9, 1985 or a litle earlier
4 pages
Type: Program
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Zulu
The South African Women’s Day program, sponsored by the Women's Committee of the Bay Area Free South Africa Movement, includes Willia Gray and Natalie Bayton (MCs), The Mother Stone (Music), United People of Color (Solidarity message), Carmen Vasquez (Somos Hermanas), Brenda Payton (Columnist, Oakland Tribune), Debra Floyd (Dance), Nadine Ghammache (November 29 Committee for Palestine), Harambee Singers (Music), Melanie Tervalon (Alliance Against Women's Oppression), and Mathaba Kunene (ANC’s Women's Section).  Thanks are given to Rev. Daniels, Church of All Faiths; Angela Giselle & Randi, for sound; the Africa Resource Center, for posters; and Cheryl Walker, for photographs. The program includes the words to The Afrikan National Anthem (Nkosi sikelel' iAfrika).

Used by permission of David Bacon, a former member of Bay Area Free South Africa Movement.
Collection: Miloanne Hecathorn papers