Student Anti-Apartheid Newsletter

by American Committee on Africa
with Joshua Nessen
New York, New York, United States
December 1980
22 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
This issue reports on efforts to rebuild activity in the student anti-apartheid movement. Contents: INTRODUCTION • Section I: U.S. Business in South Africa a) Disinvestment Trend b) U.S. Companies' Role in South African Defense • Section II: Summary of Student Activity 1) Williams College 2) Dartmouth College 3) Western Michigan University 4) UCLA STUDENTS DIVEST 5) Washington State University 6) SUNY/Binghamton 7) SUNY/New Paltz 8) Saint Olaf and Carleton Colleges 9) University of Rochester 10) Princeton University 11) New Jersey Coalition of Black Students 12) University of Kansas 13) Harvard University 14) Tufts College 15) Wellesley College 16) Wesleyan University 17) University of Tennessee 18) Berea College 19) Mount Holyoke College 20) Howard University 21) Swarthmore College 22) Northwestern University 23) University of Illinois 24) Oregon State University 25) University of Virginia 26) Colby College 27) Black American Law Students Association • LET US NOT FORGET THE STUDENTS OF SOUTH AFRICA • Conclusions: Looking Ahead in the Student Movement • Section III: Community Anti-Apartheid Work 1) Campaigns on Legislative Action a) Dozen Divestments b) Natl Coordination c) Michigan Victory 2) New CITIBANK Loan Protested 3) Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa 4) Washington DC Bank Campaign 5) Chicago Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa 6) Additional Domestic and International Actions a) Lutheran Church Divestment b) Frankfurt Book Boycott c) S. Africa Consul in LA protested d) Ian Smith Protested in Montreal
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Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Africa Action Archive