Coalition Against South African Trade

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Duration: Summer 1987 - Unknown
Location: Seattle, Washington, United States

The formation of the Coalition Against South African Trade (CAST) was sparked by the discovery that Nambian and South African uranium was coming through the Port of Seattle to be enriched at Hanford and then shipped to Asian countries. (Source: Namibia Newsletter, Volume 11, No. 1, published by National Namibia Concerns available on this website.)

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Title: Seattle Labor Coalition Against Apartheid
Time Span: Mostly second half of the 1980s
Media: 1 box (11 ½ x 9 x 4 ½ inches)
Description: The collection contains material of the Seattle Labor Coalition Against Apartheid (SLCAA), other Seattle organizations including the Coalition Against South African Trade (CAST) and anti-apartheid organizations in other locations including the Committee to Free Moses Mayekiso. The collection includes publications and documents of other type including correspondence, meeting minutes, membership lists, and other ephemera. The collection includes one poster. The collection was donated by William (Bill) Clifford, William (Bill) Corr and Victor Miller, former members of the Seattle Labor Committee Against Apartheid.
Housed At: Michigan State University Library, Special Collections
Location: 100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824, United States
Phone: 517-353-8700
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