[Dear Colleague: Enclosed is a statement on the trial of 37 South West Africans now taking place in South Africa which we hope you will join us in signing.]

STATEMENT ON SOUTH WEST AFRICA CASE
by Thomas M. Franck, Robert Carter, Richard Falk, American Committee on Africa
New York, New York, United States
October 6, 1967
Publisher: American Committee on Africa
5 pages
Mailing to lawyers about the trial of 37 South West Africans in South Africa asking them to join in signing a Statement on the South West Africa Case. The letter is signed by Thomas M. Franck, Director, Center for International Studies, New York University; Robert Carter, General Counsel, NAACP; and Robert Falk, Professor of International Law and Practice, Princeton University. The mailing includes a copy of the statement, which points out that the Terrorism Act, under which the people are being tried, was enacted by the South African Parliament seven months after South Africans mandate to administer South West Africans was terminated by the United Nations General Assembly. The mailing includes a replly slip. This PDF includes the front of a reply envelope, [Note: The address on the letter is that of the American Committee on Africa.]
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Africa Action Archive