Free South Africa!

Free South Africa!

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by Free South Africa Movement
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Undated, 1985 or 1986?
Type: Poster
Coverage in Africa: South Africa, Namibia
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
JOIN THE BATTLE FOR PEACE, JOBS, EQUALITY, AND DEMOCRACY IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE PEOPLES OF SOUTH AFRICA AND NAMIBIA
The poster says the demands of the Free South Africa Movement are: end the state of emergency; end apartheid: free South Africa and Namibia; end constructive engagement and institute total sanctions: end all U.S. economic, cultural, military, and diplomatic support for the South African government; divest from South Africa now; free Nelson and Winnie Mandela and all political prisoners; one person, one vote majority rule in a unitary state; stop government sponsored murders of children, women, workers, and students; support trade union demands to bargain and strike: equal pay for equal work; shut down the South African Consulate in Chicago; support United Nations anti-apartheid resolutions; and boycott all South African products. The poster says for information contact Prof. Robt Starks. Size: 11 x 16.5 inches.
Collection: Sahotra Sarkar Chicago anti-apartheid collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections