Washington Notes on Africa

by American Committee on Africa
with Gary Gappert (Editor)
Washington, DC, United States
July 1969
8 pages
The newsletter reports on a story by WETA-TV that President Nixon has become the toast of the white settlers in Rhodesia. Charles Diggs, Chairman of the House Africa Subcommittee, is planning a trip to South Africa during the August recess. Contents: 1. The Toast of Rhodesia • 2. South Africa Tourism • 4. South African Sugar • 5. Congressional Visits Behind the Color Curtain • 6. AID, Africa and Institutional Racism • 7. The Alvin Wolfe Bibliography on U.S. Interests in Southern Africa • 8. The New York Times • 8. Nigeria-Biafra • 9. The Portuguese Threat to the Peace • 10. Liberia Honors Diggs and McGee • 11. Other Notes • ACOA Wants You • Allegations of Torture in South African Prisons
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Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Africa Action Archive