Harvard and Radcliffe Alumni/ae Against Apartheid
by Harvard and Radcliffe Alumni/ae Against Apartheid
Undated, most likely 1989
Pamphlet about Harvard and Radcliffe Alumni/ae Against Apartheid (HRAAA). The pamphlet includes quotes from Harvard University graduates including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Peter Wood, Susan Dynarski, George Slaff, and Neill Painter. The pamphlet says: Harvard and Radcliffe Alumni/ae Against Apartheid is an organization of graduates of all schools of Harvard University who have joined together to persuade Harvard to divest itself of investments in companies doing business in South Africa. HRAAA's three Overseers have brought the issue of divestment to the Board for the first time in the eighteen-year history of the Harvard University antiapartheid movement. HRAAA organized HarvAid: Songs for a Free South Africa, a gala folk music concert which benefited HRAAA and the Fund for a Free South Africa. HRAAA continues to oppose apartheid through its educational and activist efforts, and through its work with a coalition of student and community organizations. [Note: This item was folded in three. Note on date: The HarvAid event mention in the pamphlet took place in February 1988.]
Used by permission of former members of Harvard and Radcliffe Alumni/ae Against Apartheid.
Collection: Harvard and Radcliffe Alumni/ae Against Apartheid (Chester Hartman collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections