The two co-chairs of the Portland Chapter of the National Black United Front (NBUF) getting arrested at an anti-apartheid demonstration

The two co-chairs of the Portland Chapter of the National Black United Front (NBUF) getting arrested at an anti-apartheid demonstration

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Portland, Oregon, United States
Undated, apparently December 1984
Reverend John Jackson, Minister of Mt. Olivet Baptist Church and Co-Chair of the Portland Chapter of the Nation Black United Front (NBUF); and Ben Herdon, Co-Chair of the Portland Chapter of NBUF getting arrested at an anti-apartheid demonstration in front of the business location of the South African honorary consul. A series of demonstrations were held at the South African consulate starting the week of December 10, 1984 organized by Portlanders Organized for Southern Africa Freedom (POSAF) in conjunction the Southern Africa staff of the American Friends Service Committee, the Rainbow Organizing Coalition, and the Portland Chapter of NBUF.
Collection: Portland Anti-Apartheid Materials (Benjamin Priestley Collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections