THE STUDENT ANTI-APARTHEID MOVEMENT - Summary of Statements

by United Nations, American Committee on Africa
New York, New York, United States
Late October 1979
Publisher: American Committee on Africa
12 pages
The report consists primarily of a large section of an October 19, 1979 press release issued by the United Nations about a Consultation with Students by the Special Committee Against Apartheid. The document includes summaries of statements by Pat Baker, Toronto Committee for the Liberation of Southern Africa (TCLSA); Linda Miller, National Union of Students of the United Kingdom; Josh Nessen, American Committee on Africa (ACOA); Karen Lopilato, University of California at Berkeley; Bruce Bowers, University of Oregon; Rosita Fernandez-Rojo, Hampshire College; Maggie Kaiser, University of Minnesota, Southern Africa Solidarity Committee; Makusha Mugabe, Oberlin College; Lisimba Tafirenyka, University of Tennessee; Terri-Ann Lowenthal, Cornell University; Lee Cokorinos, Columbia University; Shaun Brown, Brown University; Steward Massad, Williams College; Natalie Byfield, Princeton University; Elizabeth Biddle, Amherst College; Mark Oppenheim, Brandeis University; Seth Frazier, Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges; and Adhimu Changa, New Jersey Coalition of Black Students. The document also includes summaries of statements made by Serge Elie Charles (Haiti), Vice-Chairman of the Special Committee against Apartheid, and B. Akporode Clark (Nigeria), Chairman of the Special Committee against Apartheid. [Note: The document was published by the American Committee on Africa. The full name of the Peoples Front at Princeton University is People's Front for the Liberation of Southern Africa.]
This item was digitized for Aluka, which made it available to the African Activist Archive.
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Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Africa Action Archive