Wake Up Call for DEMOCRACY - the Africa Fund Report 1992

by The Africa Fund
New York, New York, United States
1993
Publisher: Africa Fund
7 pages
Type: Report
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: PROJECTS • THE WAKE UP CALL BUILDING FOR PEACE WITH JUSTICE • Supporting Southern African Women • Socially Responsible Investment In A New South Africa • Defending South African Workers • Supporting Self-Help Projects • THE WAKE UP CALL DEMOCRACY AT RISK • STOP Apartheid’s Violence • Education For South African Voters • THE WAKE UP CALL BUILDING GRASS ROOTS SUPPORT FOR DEMOCRACY • THE WAKE UP CALL PROTECTING PEACE AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN AFRICA • RESEARCH AND EDUCATION • THE WAKE UP CALL PROVIDING INFORMATION TO EMPOWER EFFECTIVE ACTION • PUBLICATIONS • The Africa Fund • GENERAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE • BEQUESTS • MEMBERSHIP AND FUNDRAISING • FINANCIAL RESULTS • TRUSTEES • ADVISORY COMMITTEE • The report discusses U.S. policy makers, democratic elections, Rachael Kagan, Dorothy Mokagalo, the Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), the U.S. Conference of Mayors, the National Conference of State Legislators, Crown Cork and Seal Corporation, the UAW (United Auto Workers), Bethuel Maserumule, the Steelworkers, the Machinists, ANC (African National Congress) education projects, returning from exile, the Imbali Township Community Organization, Albertina Sisulu, the ANC Women's Department, the Media Co-Op, regional activists conference, the STOP Apartheid's Violence Campaign, UNITA, war, Zaire, negotiations, political prisoners, candlelight vigils, educational forums, prayer services, the Martin Luther King Jr. Monument, Senators Paul Simon and Edward Kennedy, Aleah Bacquie, Jennifer Davis, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, the State Department, Dumisani Kumalo, the South African Matla Trust, Nelson Mandela, the Commerce Department, the Center for Constitutional Rights, illegal arms shipments to South Africa, the Research Department, Senator Carol Moseley Braun, Ted Koppel, ABC New Nightline, South African nurses’ leader Khubu Mtinjima, Artists United Against Apartheid, Tilden LeMelle, and reinstatement of South African workers fired for protesting the violence.
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to The Africa Fund).
Collection: George M. Houser (Africa collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections