San Francisco, California, United States
July 1985
4 pages
Type: Program
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Program for an event at Christ United Presbyterian Church in San Francisco on Saturday, July 20, 1985. The program says Mars Estrada and Ernestine Tayabas are the Emcees. The program includes Self Determination for Black South Africans by Ernestine Tayabas; Demands are for Freedom (by James Newton) by East Wind & Fire; Generations of Resistance film by Peter Davis; Biko (by Sweet Honey in the Rock) by Genny Lim;  Why Full Divestment? by Vivian Wu; Art to Take Apart Apartheid by Jon Jang; In Honors of Happy Lim and Vicente Clemente by Leon Sun; Ang Bayan Ko by Philippine Education Support Committee; A certain Kind of Madness (by Janice Mirikitani); For the Youth of Soweto by Doug Yamamoto; Ribbon in the Sky (by Stevie Wonder) by Keith Archuleta, Jon Jang, and Francis Wong; Brighter Day (by Francis Wong) by East Wind &Fire and Keith Archuleta. Acknowledgements include: Asian American Dance Collective; Bay Area Asians for Nuclear Disarmament; Berkeley Asian Youth Center;  Wilma Chan; Serena Chen, Asians Now; Sandy Chin; Chinese Progressive Association; Committee Against Apartheid; Antonio De Castro; Forrest Gok; Rod Hashimoto; Steve Hom; Woody lchiyasu; Japanese Community Progressive Alliance; Japantown Art and Media Workshop; Norman Jayo; Kearny Street Workshop; Donna Kotake; Donald Lacy, KPOO; Cherylene Lee, East/West; Eric Mar; Marcus Books; Pam Matsuoka; Janice Mirikitani; Rev. David Nakagawa; National Asian American Telecommunications Association; Nihonmachi Outreach Committee; Richard Oyama, Hokubei Mainichi; Philippine Education Support Committee; John Pfeiffer; Philippine Arts in the Community; Pilipino Writers Group; San Francisco Rainbow Coalition; Nancy Sate; Bari Scott, KPFA; Vicky Seid; Janet Tom; Jenny Tsai; UNITY Newspaper; Vivian Wu; Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo; and Michael Yoshida. [This document was digitized by Jon Jang who provided it to the African Activist Archive Project.]
Used by permission of Jon Jang a former member of Asian-American Artists Against Apartheid.
Collection: Private collection of Jon Jang