Zimbabwe Week is Coming!

JANUARY 29 thru FEBRUARY 4, 1979
by Southern Africa Support Project
Washington, DC, United States
Undated, about December 1978 or January 1979 
1 page
Type: Leaflet
Coverage in Africa: Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Leaflet advertising Zimbabwe Week (January 2 - February 4, 1979), a week of activities to spread information on the struggle to free Zimbabwe (called "Rhodesia" by the white minority settlers). The goal of the week is to raise three tons of medical and educational material and $10,000. The week includes film showing ("Nizaonia Massacre" and "A Luta Continua"), Radiothon on WPGW 89.3 FM, Talk-a-thon on WHUR 96.3, Youth Solidarity Day, Zimbabwe Sunday, and Solidarity Concert at All Souls Church with Cuban and Afro-American folklorists Silvio Rodriquez and Bernice Reagan. The leaflet mentions the struggle waged by the African majority to restore human dignity and freedom, the conservative U.S. Congress, sanctions, racism, oppression, Jerry Phillips, Southeast Neighborhood House, Southwest Community House, Black Seed, the National Office of Black Catholics, and Zimbabwean refugees. 
Used by permission of former members of the Southern Africa Support Project.