Declaraction of Conscience: An Appeal to South Africa

Day of Protest, Human Rights Day - Dec. 10/57
by American Committee on Africa
New York, New York
1957, month published unknown
3 pages
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
This pamphlet includes a Declaration of Conscience signed by more than a hundred of the world's leading spokesmen for freedom from every continent. Franklin D. Roosevelt was Chairman of the International Committee. The pamphlet says the time has come for a world-wide protest against the racist policies of the Government of the Union of South Africa. This racist doctrine – apartheid – has denied the African, Asian and Coloured people in South Africa even the elementary rights granted by any democratic state. This Declaration is an appeal to the conscience of people everywhere to condemn apartheid and to demand that the Union of South Africa live up to its obligations under the United Nations Charter. • The Time Has Come for a World-Wide Protest • Signers of the Declaration of Conscience and Sponsors of the Day of Protest • Declaration of Conscience • How You Can Participate in the Freedom Campaign [Note: This pamphlet was printed on a single piece of paper and folded. Page 1 of this PDF is the front and back page of the folded pamphlet. Page 2 of this PDF is the two pages in the opened first fold. Page 3 of this PDF is one page of the completely unfolded pamphlet.]
Used by permission Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: George M. Houser (Africa collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections