United States Anti-Apartheid Newsletter

(Vol. 4 No. 2)
by American Friends Service Committee
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Summer 1991
8 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: ANC Conference • Urgent Flash • Consultation on South Africa • Bush Lifts Sanctions • Angolan Accord • Around the Country • Louisiana Activists Call for Resignations • Shell Barred from Jersey Turnpike • Threats Follow Tutu's Montana Visit • Hoosiers Form Group to Support Mozambique Health Care • Selective Purchasing Forces Company Out of South Africa • Chicago Ecumenical Tour • Rhodes Island Divest Mounts Membership Drive • Albany Group Protests Apartheid Collaborators • ANC Official Alerts Boston Audience • Rhode Island Divest • Stony Point Center Addresses Change in Southern Africa • Africa Peace Committee Conducts Annual Tour • Villanova Peace and Justice Week Features South Africa Play • Bread for the World Seeks Relief for Horn of Africa • African Americans Pledge Support to Africa • Globalvision Produces New Show • National Namibia Concerns Reorganizes as "Southern Africa Concerns" • Coal Monitor • Flash • Sanctions Update • Denmark Blocks EC's Vote to Lift Sanctions • European Parliament Urges EC to Maintain Sanctions • ANC to EC: Maintain Sanctions • UN Soweto Observance • OAU Resolves to Maintain Sanctions • Commonwealth Committee Recommends Maintenance of Sanctions • SADCC Calls for Continued Sanctions • World Council of Churches Reaffirms Need for Sanctions • Bush Administration and Japan Respond to EC Sanctions Announcement • U.S. Business Community Responds to EC Sanctions Plan • Renamo and U.S. Advisors • House Leadership Declares Commitment to Sanctions • Black Caucus Reaffirms Support for Sanctions • Soweto Day Activities Support Sanctions • Guidelines Proposed for Continuation of Sanctions • U.S. Special Committee Declares - Maintain Pressures • Activists Reflect on End of Apartheid • SACC Calls on de Klerk to End Violence • Farisani Reflects on Change • South Africa Admits Deaths in Police Custody • Cheers • Tears • Land Acts Repeal Bit Celebrated by All • Dennis Brutus and the Olympics • IBM Employees Say - Out of South Africa • New Videos from IDAF • Resources • 1991 TransAfrica Resources Directory • Amnesty International • Publications Available from U.N. • U.S. Aid to Namibia • Rev. Canon Mpumlwana to Visit • Coke Campaign Continues Work • Dana College Hosts Namibian Student Conference • U.S. Textile Workers Take Action Against J.P. Morgan • SA Churches and de Klerk
Used by permission of American Friends Service Committee.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root