(Volume 2, Issue 1)
by Liberation Support Movement
Richmond, Canada
Spring 1975
51 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Canada, Oman, Portugal
Language: English
Contents: …ACTIONS • Information Center Cadre Now in Guinea-Bissau • LSM Group formed in Vancouver • Bay Area Unit Steps Up Support for the PFLO, FRELIMO & SWAPO • LSM's West Coast Tour • On the East Coast • LSM sends 1400 Publications to Native Study Group • THREE DAYS IN PORTUGAL'S REVOLUTION A View from Lisbon by Ole Gjerstad and Chantal Sarrazin • ANGOLA: DEVELOPMENTS & DANGERS by Don Barnett • WHY WE SUPPORT THE REVOLUTION IN OMAN by Candy Wright, LSM Bay Area Unit • EXPERIENCES & REFLECTIONS FROM A FILM TOUR by LSM East Coast Unit • IN A CONTEXT OF VIOLENCE PACIFICISM CANNOT BRING PEACE by Frank Giese • ON THE NATIONAL QUESTION Letter from the Native Study Group • LETTER FROM PRISON On the Right of Nations to Self-Determination and Revolutionary Warfare by M.S., Lompoc, California • WHAT IS KAK? • LETTERS FROM PFLO… • ZIMBABWE: TOWARD LIBERATION: ZANU Interview with Kumbirai Kangai by Ole Gjerstad • LSM: PROBLEMS IN THEORY, STRATEGY & PRACTICE by Don Barnett • The newsletter mentions ZANU (Zimbabwe African National Union), SWAPO (South West Africa People's Organization), the film “Last Grave at Dimbaza,” the Palestinian struggle, Bata Shoes, United Nations sanctions, the Afro-Asian Latin American People's Solidarity Committee (AALSPSC), Mtshana Ncube, FRELIMO (Front for the Liberation of Mozambique), the Research Group for the Liberation on Mozambique, Angola and Guinea-Bissau, Lori Barnett, Larry Wright, Beth Youhn, the Syracuse Committee on Southern African Liberation, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Oman (PLFO), the Southern Africa Action Coalition, a Portuguese Communist Party, the Socialist Party, the Popular Democratic Movement, Frank Carlucci, the AFL-CIO, CIDAC (Anti-Colonialist Information and Documentation Center), the Popular Democratic Party (PPD), the Popular Democratic Union, MRPP (Movement for the Reorganization of the Proletarian Party), Vasco Goncalves, MPLA, UNITA, FNLA, the Armed Forces Movement (AFM), Portuguese troops, FLEC, the Chipenda faction, a transitional government, Dr. Neto, Samora Machel, FALN (Armed Forces of the Puerto Rican Nation), Puerto Rican Socialist Party, the CIA, the Communist Working Circle (KAK), the People's Front for the Liberation of Oman, the Chimurenga General Council, ZANLA (Zimbabwe Africa National Liberation Army), ZAPU (Zimbabwe Africa People’s Union), ANC, Ian Smith, settlers, a ceasefire, Ndabaingi Sithole, the Zimbabwe liberation struggle, the worldwide anti-imperialist struggle, Jason Moyo, George Silundika, Herbert Chitepo, Marxism, Karl Marx, trade unions, the OECD countries, Soviet-block and Chinese proletariats, and national self-determination.
Used by permission of former members of Liberation Support Movement.
Collection: Private collection of Candice Wright