(Volume 3 Issue 1)
by Liberation Support Movement
Richmond, Canada
Spring 1976
36 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Canada, Cuba, Portugal
Language: English
Contents: PROLETARIAN INTERNATIONALISM Difficult But Possible: An Interview With Ole Gjerstad • THE ANGOLAN REVOLUTION: A Chronology, Complied by Beth Youhn and Steve Goldfield • LSM PHOTOS FROM ANGOLA'S 2ND WAR • STOP PRESS!!! • THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES After Angola: Namibia! By Mike Mercer. LSM Bay Area Unit • DOGMATISM AND CRITICISM: A Reply to the SACP by Carroll Ishee and Dennis Mercer • LSM ACTIONS • The newsletter mentions MPLA (Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola), FRELIMO, PAIGC, Amilcar Cabral, East Germany, the Soviet Union, FAPLA (Peoples' Armed Forces for the Liberation of Angola), Canadian nationalism and imperialism, a Bata shoe factory, Cuba, SWAPO, Agostinho Neto, Portuguese colonialism, the Belgian company COTONANG, the Malanje region, UPA (Union of Populations of Angola), Holden Roberto, Luanda’s shantytown, political prisoners, the National Front for the Liberation of Angola (FNLA), the Mobutu regime, the Revolutionary Government of Angola in Exile (GRAE), the CIA, Zaire, the OAU (Organization of African Unity), tribalism, Congo-Brazzaville, UNITA (National Union for the Total Independence of Angola), the Organization of Angolan Women (OMA), the Organization of Angolan Pioneers (OPA), the Azores Agreement, the Armed Forces Movement, Portuguese dictator Marcello Caetano, Danial Chipenda, the Cunene hydroelectric dam project, Mario and Pinto Andrade, General Spinola, President Nixon, Frank Giese’s case, Cuban troops, Huambo, covert U.S. aid, German colonial rule, the Ovambo People's Congress ((OPC), PLAN (People’s Liberation Army of Namibia), contract laborers, mining, Tsumeb, American Metal Climax (AMAX), Vinnia Nadali, exploitation, white farmers, Vorster, the ANC (African National Congress), Bantustan leaders, Ben Gurirab, Zambia President Kenneth Kaunda, guerrillas, oil companies, Texaco, Getty, public protest, the white minority regime, the imperialist world, gold, chromium, NATO countries, SACP (South African Communist Party), the Soviet Union (USSR), Vancouver action, the Seattle Angola Solidarity Committee, Chantal Sarrazin, LSM Bay Area Unit (BAU) actions, LSM East Coast unit actions including at the South African Airlines and the Gulf Oil Building in New , the Coalition in Solidarity with the Portuguese Revolution, mercenaries, the Communist Labor Party, Kissinger, the Angola Solidarity Coalition, Prairie Fire, Non-intervention in Chile (NICH), Elaine Brown of the Black Panther Party, the Winter Soldier Organization (WSO), T. Kangai of ZANU, the Communist Party, October League, Black Coalition Against US Intervention in Angola, British Anti-Apartheid Movement, and Youth Against War and Fascism.
Used by permission of former members of Liberation Support Movement.
Collection: Private collection of Candice Wright