Leaflet presumably distributed during the Africa Peace Tour. It urges people to get involved with a local Africa-related group, to support legislation in Congress, to hold programs at a church, school or union, to contact local media about their coverage of Africa, to collect money and goods to send to people in the war zones, and to keep informed about developments in Africa. Good sources of information include Africa News, Africa Report, Southern Africa Report, and the US Anti-Apartheid Newsletter. Organizations listed include the Africa Faith and Justice Network, Africa National Congress (ANC), American Committee on Africa (ACOA), American Friends Service Committee/Southern Africa Program (AFSC), Bread for the World, Church of the Brethren, Disciples of Christ, Eritrean Relief Committee, Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, Mennonite Central Committee, Mozambique Support Network, Oxfam America, Relief Society of Tigray, Third World Newsreel, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Washington Office on Africa (WOA), and the Western Sahara Campaign. The leaflet mentions HR 1580/S 556, Dellums, Cranston, comprehensive sanctions, withdrawal of U.S. corporations from South Africa, S 1474/HR 3633, aid to UNITA, HR 131/S 91, the massacre of innocent civilians by the Mozambique National Resistance (Renamo), the Foreign Assistance Bill, and Southern Africa Development Coordination Conference (SADCC).
Used by permission of several member organizations of the Africa Peace Committee.
Collection: Imani Countess papers