CALL You to Attend THE AMERICAN NEGRO LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE ON AFRICA

by American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa
New York, New York, United States
Most likely 1966, possibly early 1967
5 pages
Pamphlet calling on people to attend the American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa third biennial conference January 26-29, 1967 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. The call was issued by Roy Wilkins; James Farmer; Dorothy I. Height; Martin Luther King, Jr.; A. Philip Randolph; and Whitney M. Young, Jr. Conference Theme: The Role of the American Negro Community in United States Policy on Africa. Conference Sessions: 1. The Future of Rhodesia. 2. Central African Problem. 3. Human Rights in South Africa. 4. The Portuguese in Africa. 5. The Negro Role in African-American Relations. 6. American Involvement in Africa-Political and Economic. 7. The African Student in America. 8. Techniques for Involving the Total Negro Community in U.S.-African Relations. 9. Coups and Military Rule in Africa. 10. American Mass Media and the African Image. 11. Trade Union Movement in Africa. [Note: A sticker on the cover page says a statement about current Rhodesian developments will be sent shortly.]
Collection: George M. Houser (Africa collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections