(Volume 3, Issue 2)
by Liberation Support Movement
Richmond, Canada
Summer 1976
57 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Canada, Cuba
Language: English
Contents: To the Reader • An Artists Glimpse of Revolutionary Cuba by Selma Waldman, as told to LSM • Portrait of a Revolutionary Artist LIFE HISTORY OF SELMA WALDMAN Recorded and Edited by Carroll Ishee and Beth Youhn • Zimbabwe: Untangling the Web • LSM Actions • UN ANTI-APARTHEID CONFERENCE IN HAVANA • PROGRAMS ACROSS THE US • ANGOLA SUPPORT CONFERENCE • TOWARD A UNITED ANTI-IMPERIALIST LEFT • NORANDA • LEONARD PELTIER • HABITAT • Self-reliance for SWAPO • Solidarity with the Palestinian Revolution • In Tribute to Don Barnett • The newsletter includes a poem THE IMPOSSIBLE by Tawfiq Zayyid. The newsletter mentions Tri-Continental magazine, the Organization of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America (OSPAAAL), the Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples of the World, art, culture, the Department of Revolutionary Orientation (DRO), Rene Maderos, the Cuban Communist Party, Committee for the Defense of the Revolution (CDR), Cuban internationalism, the 1978 World Youth Conference, Alfredo Balmaceda, the peace and civil rights movements,  Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), demonstrations against the war in Vietnam, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Seattle, socialism, the Angolan revolution, the Mau Mau, the Zimbabwean liberation movement, African heads of State, Organization of African Unity (OAU), Mauritius, the Smith regime, MPLA, FRELIMO, Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU), Joshua Nkomo, Ndabaningi Sithole, Bishop Able Muzorewa, James Chikerema, the African National Council, Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), Rhodesia, the settler regime, Herbert Chitepo, Front for the Liberation of Zimbabwe (FROLIZI), the Zimbabwe Liberation Council (ZLC), Joseph Msika, Samuel Munodawafa, torture, Amnesty International, majority rule, armed struggle, the frontline states, the Zimbabwe People's Army (ZIPA), refugees, Bantustans, the arms embargo, the Arab League, proletarian internationalism, International Worker's Day, the Bay Area, Noranda Mines Ltd., Chilian copper production, the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee, Wounded Knee, Agostino Mendes de Carvalho, the SWAPO Printshop Project, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), the African National Council of Zimbabwe, Luanda, Dinis de Gama, President Neto, the Third World, Lucy Mahler, and the Venceremos Brigade. [Note: Rene Maderos may be Rene Mederos.]
Used by permission of former members of Liberation Support Movement.
Collection: Private collection of Candice Wright