American Federation of Teachers (4)

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Principal Location: Washington, DC, United States
Duration: 1916 - Current (Africa solidarity work known in the 1980s)
Washington, DC, United States
The American Federation of Teachers (AFT), an affiliate of the AFL-CIO, was founded in 1916. The AFT Black Caucus was...


Pasadena, California, June 16, 1980
On the fourth anniversary of the Soweto uprising, this statement was presented to Mayor Tom Bradley opposing South Af...
Type: Policy Document
Africa coverage: South Africa
by Nancy Walker, Gus Newport, John George, Carole Nelson, David Reed, Geraldine Johnson, Cati Okorie, Kanika Ajanaku, Blanche Bebb, Leo Robinson, Willie Thompson, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, San Francisco Anti-Apartheid Committee, National Conference of Black Lawyers, Bay Area Free South Africa Movement, Southern Africa Freedom Committee/All Peoples Congress, American Federation of Teachers
San Francisco, California, March 18, 1986
The mailing says the situation in Southern Africa is intensifying as people all over South Africa are heeding the cal...
Type: Mailing
Africa coverage: Namibia, South Africa
San Francisco, California, Undated, about May or early June 1986
Leaflet advertising the West Coast Regional Conference in Solidarity with The Struggling Peoples of Southern Africa, ...
Type: Leaflet
Africa coverage: Namibia, South Africa, Southern Africa
by Institute of African and African American Affairs, Martin Luther King Anti-Apartheid Coalition, Philadelphia Chapter American Federation of Teachers Black Caucus, The Support Committee for the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College, Call to Conscience Network, Alliance of Black Social Workers, Pan-African Studie Temple University, Van Elliott Associates
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 1987
Leaflet advertising an all day conference on Saturday, May 30, 1987 at Gladfelter Hall, Temple University. The leafle...
Type: Leaflet
Africa coverage: South Africa