People for Peace and Justice


Duration: Unknown, existed in Spring 1988 - Unknown, existed in Winter 1989
Location: Syracuse, New York, United States


People for Peace and Justice was a student group at Syracuse University that campaigned to get the university to divest from companies doing business in South Africa. (Source: Student and Youth Action News, The Africa Fund, Spring 1988; and United States Anti-Apartheid Newsletter, Winter 1989, American Friends Service Committee; both are available on this website)

Related Archive
Title: Chancellor Kenneth Shaw Papers
Description: The Syracuse University Archives collections and papers of the Chancellors of Syracuse University. There is a folder in the Chancellor Kenneth Shaw Papers, Box 17, labeled "People for Peace and Justice" which contains letters, memos, some fliers and security reports about demonstrations and SU policy on apartheid and investments in South Africa. In addition Syracuse University Archives has a file labeled "Controversies and Problems – South African Investment".
Housed At: Syracuse University Archives
Location: Syracuse University, 222 Waverly Ave, Suite 600, Syracuse, NY 13244-2010, United States
Catalog/Finding Aid: view
Restrictions: Permission needed to see the files from the chancellors' papers
Phone: (315) 443-3335
Reference Email: archives@syr.edu
Related Website: http://archives.syr.edu/