United States Anti-Apartheid Newsletter

(Vol. 1 No. 4)
by American Friends Service Committee
with Jerry Herman (Editor), Brooke Baldwin (Managing Editor), Ginny Hill (Editorial Staff), Melissa Moye (Editorial Staff), Ragen Naidoo (Editorial Staff)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Fall 1986
8 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Uganda
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Sanctions Veto Overridden • Call to Conscience Activates Network • Jean Sindab Leaves Washington Office on Africa • SWAPO Woman Tours United States • U.S. Catholic Bishops Conference Urges Member Churches to Divest • California Bill A Hugh Success • Divestment • Shell Boycott Growing • Coke Divestment Campaign Responds • Two Thousand Attend "Reagan Watch" • Coke and Mobil Endowment Funds • Divestment Pressures Produce Mixed Results • Bishop Tutu and Winnie Mandela Call on International Community for Sanctions • Cheers and Tears • Students • John Hopkins Shantytown Firebombers Convicted • Yale Alumni Form Endowment for Divestment • Oregon Lawsuit Drags On • TIAA-CREF Divestment Campaign Gaining Steam • Penn State Students Target Trustees • California Colleges to Divest • Harvard Divests from 5 Oil Companies and Ford • Bank Campaigns Underway on Two Continents • Commonwealth Votes Sanctions Despite Thatcher • EEC Issues Scaled-Down Sanctions • Japan Imposes Sanctions • Black United Front Convenes • Covenant Against Apartheid • Africa Peace Tour • Northwest Regional Conference on Apartheid and Racism • West Coast Conference Attracts Crowd • Labor Answers to U.S.-S.A. Meatpacking Companies • Resources • South Africa: Unedited Acclaimed on Capitol Hill • Namibia: Urgent • Useful Contacts • Editorial Cartoons Wanted • Prisoners Refused South African Produce • Flash
Used by permission of American Friends Service Committee.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root