Using Films on South Africa: an activation kit on investments

by Larry Adelman, California Newsreel, The Africa Fund
with Bruce Schmeichen, Lawrence Daressa, Michael Shafer, Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility, Bill Hartung, American Committee on Africa, Dominique Colon, Truman Dunn, District 1199
New York, New York, United States
May 1980
Publisher: The Africa Fund
48 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Introduction • What Do You Do When the Lights Go On? • Active Viewing • The Handbook • Part One: Preparation • Step 1: Purposes • Step 2: Planning • Step 3: Preview • Step 4: Film Projection • Part Two: Procedures • Step 1: Media Environment of Concern • Step 2: Questionnaire • Step 3: Film Introduction & Fact Sheet • Step 4: Show Film • Step 5: Post Film Discussion • Section Discussions & Report • Group Discussion • Resolution • Part Three: Follow-Up • Step 1: Goal • Step 2: Form of Action • Step 3: Procedure • Investment Reference Guide •Investment Inventory • Step 4: Outreach • APPENDICES • Appendix A: Questionnaire (Investment Profile & Invest Survey) • Appendix B: Fact Sheet and Contrasting Statements • Appendix C: Film Synopsis and Evaluations • Appendix D: Meaning of Recent Changes in Apartheid: Weihahn Report • Appendix E: The Case For and Against U.S. Investment in South Africa • Appendix F: Voices for Withdrawal • Appendix G: The Bank Campaign • Appendix H: Divestment • Appendix I: Alternative Investments • Appendix J: Investment Reference Guide • Appendix K: U.S. Corporations and Banks in South Africa • Appendix L: Sample Press Release • Appendix M: Resources
This item was digitized for Aluka, which made it available to the African Activist Archive.
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to The Africa Fund).
Collection: Africa Action Archive