CALC REPORT

This Issue: Overview of Southern Africa
(Vol. XIV, No. 6)
by Clergy and Laity Concerned
with Mark Reeve (Editor), Julia Rogers (Art Director)
Decatur, Georgia, United States
May 1989
32 pages
Type: Magazine
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: From the Guest Editor by Marion Malcolm • Soweto, My Love by Molapatene Collins Ramusi • Overview of Southern Africa in the Bush Era by Prexy Nesbitt • Mozambique: Renamo From The Inside by William Minter • Angola: Findings of Fact by Rev. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. • Namibia: Will Freedom Come? by Eric Steinman • Call for an International Boycott of Apartheid South Africa by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. • Sanctions are the Price of Freedom by Allan Boesak • The Kairos Document by South Africa Church Leaders • Justice in My Tears, Poetry by Tshenuwani S. Farisani • Organizations and Resources, Complied by Marion Malcolm • CALC Network News, CALC Chapters Respond to Apartheid in Southern Africa • Perspectives of the Third World Caucus by Rev. Daniel Burford • The newsletter discusses Bishop Emilio de Carvalho, Lina Magaia, the Front Line States, Samora Machel, the U.S. State Department, bandits, MNR (Mozambique National Resistance, Resistencia Nacional Mocambicana), the South Africa Defence Force (SADF, South African Defense Force), UNITA, Jonas Savimbi, Rhodesia, Robert Gersony, the Bureau of Refugee Affairs, Afonso Dhlakama, the Mozambican Red Cross, the Frelimo Party, the Nkomati Accord, the Commission for Racial Justice of the United Church of Christ (UCC), FNLA, Portuguese colonial rule, MPLA, the CIA Angola Task Force, John Stockwell, South Africa troops, mercenaries, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Alvor Accord, the Organization of African Unity (OAU), Cabinda, His Excellency Jose Eduardo dos Santos, Chevron, Gulf Oil, Texaco and Conoco, UNICEF, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank, the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, comprehensive sanctions, destabilization, Cuban assistance, United Nations resolutions, Joseph Diescho, UN Resolution 435, land, German settlers, forced labor, copper, diamonds, the International Court of Justice (ICJ, World Court), the South West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO), Namibian refugees, military opposition to South African rule, Resolution 385, U.N.-supervised and controlled elections, the General Assembly, the Security Council, United Nations Transitional Group (UNTAG), the so-called Tripartite Agreement, the People's Liberation Army of Namibia (PLAN), Mikhail Gorbachev, the USSR, Prime Minister Dr. Verwoerd, torture, jails, prisoners, forced confessions, investments, a sugar quota, anti-apartheid organizations, Rep. Ronald V. Dellums,  Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Senator Alan Cranston, President Pieter W. Both (P.W. Botha), the United Democratic Front (UDF), Nelson Mandela, Finance Minister Barend du Plessis, the Shell boycott, Royal Dutch/Shell , the Covenant Against Apartheid at Home and Abroad, gold, the National Party, Dr. Malan, Sophiatown, the African National Congress (ANC), the American Committee on Africa (ACOA), the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), the Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), International Aid and Defense Fund for Southern Africa  (IDAF), Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa (ECSA), Southern Africa Medical Aid Fund, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, TransAfrica, Mozambique Support Network (MSN), National Namibia Concerns, the Washington Office on Africa (WOA), U.N. Centre Against Apartheid, Minnesota Southern Africa Network (MSAN), the Southern Africa Resource Center (SARC), Nashville, the First Baptist Church of Capitol Hill, the New Coalition of Conscience, MLK Jr. (Martin Luther King, Jr.), Nashville, Soweto Day Observances, the Maryland Alliance for Responsible Investment, banking ties, State of Maryland Pension Fund, divestment, political prisoners, Rev. Emory R. Searcy, Jr., the Praetorian Guard, the Mexican Border, "illegal aliens", the Immigration and Naturalization Service, racism,  and the South Africa Crisis Coordinating Committee NCC Africa Office.
Used by permission of former members of Clergy and Laity Concerned.
Collection: Prexy Nesbitt papers