Rev. W. Sterling Cary addresses a rally to stop U.S. intervention in Angola

Rev. W. Sterling Cary addresses a rally to stop U.S. intervention in Angola

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Washington, DC, United States
January 19, 1976
Rev. W. Sterling Cary, past President of the National Council of Churches, addressing a rally to stop U.S. intervention in Angola on the U.S. Capitol steps. Other speakers included Dave Dellinger, peace activist; Ron Walters, Professor, Howard University; Hon. William H. Booth, President of the American Committee on Africa; and Cora Weiss, peace activist. The rally was sponsored by the American Committee on Africa; American for Democratic Action; Anti-Apartheid Movement of the USA; Campaign for a Democratic Foreign Policy; Clergy and Laity Concerned; D.C.-Chile Solidarity Committee; Friends of the Filipino People; Paul Kittlaus; Center for Social Action, United Church of Christ; Office of Social Ministries, Jesuit Conference; Washington Office on Africa; Women's Division, Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Church; Women's International League for Peace and Freedom; and Women's Strike for Peace.
Photo courtesy of Edgar Lockwood.
Collection: Private collection of Edgar Lockwood