ANNUAL REPORT American Committee on Africa June 1, 1959 to May 31, 1960
by American Committee on Africa
New York, New York, United States
Summer or Fall 1960
Coverage in Africa:
, South Africa
, Southern Africa
, Democratic Republic of the Congo
, Lusophone Africa
Contents: Introduction • U.N. Program • Speaking Tours • Africa Freedom Day • South Africa Emergency Campaign • Special Events • All-African People's Conference • Staff Travel • African Students • Literature • Africa Today • Staff & Office • Officers & Committees • Public Relations • Finances • The Future • Africa Defense and Aid Fund • Origins • Allocations • Organization • Sponsors • Financial Support • Finances • The report says in recent years the rapid pace of change in Africa has filled observers with surprise; few could have guessed even a year ago that the Belgian Congo would be added to the list of African states becoming independent in 1960 ;French atomic tests in the Sahara early in 1960 met with opposition from every one of the independent African states; France's continued war against the Algerians has increased the unity of the African states as they support F.L.N. efforts to achieve self-determination; in South Africa, the tragic policy of apartheid has been vigorously pursued by a fearful white government.
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Peter Weiss papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections