by Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa
with Arthur Walmsley, Edward W. Brooke, Richard A. Falk, Toivo Herman Ja Toivo, Herbert Mize
New York, New York, United States
Michaelmas [September] 1968
South African termination of the permit for Bishop Robert Mize. • The Executive Council of the Episcopal Church appoints a Committee on Investments in Southern Africa. • The 8,000 African men, women and children of the Old Location at Windhoek, capital of Namibia, are being forcibly removed from their homes by South African government decree. • Excerpts from speech by U.S. Senator Edward Brooke (R-MA) following his visit to Africa. • South African university students’ nation-wide demonstrations in mid-August. • Excerpt from a sermon preached by the Rev. Arthur Walmsley of the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church and a member of the Board of Clergy Advisors of Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa at a service of Evensong at the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine. Contents: Close up on Namibia • A Chronology of Namibia • Death of an African Community: South African Imperialism claims another victim • Justice South African Style: An Observer's Impressions • Appeal by 31 Namibians • The Long View of South Africa • Another View of South Africa • A Bishop for Swaziland • Chronicle of the 12th Year
Used by permission of former board members of the Episcopal Churchpeople for a Free Southern Africa.
Collection: Private collection of Elizabeth S. Landis