(Volume 2, Issue 4)
by Liberation Support Movement
Richmond, Canada
Winter 1975/76
46 pages
Contents:  Feature: ANGOLA: MYTHS & REALITIES by Rick Sterling • Feature: A SALUTE TO CUBA Long Live the Spirt of Proletarian Internationalism • Feature: Angola A LETTER FROM THE WAR From Ole Gjerstad • Special: Namibia SOLIDARITY WITH SWAPO A Request From SWAPO President Sam Nujoma • IN AFRICA & NORTH AMERICA • Africa” WOMEN OF GUINEA-BISSAU Liberation Is A Process by Chantal Sarrazin • Africa: A LUTA CONTINUA LSM Report from Mozambique by Ole Gjerstad • North America: U.S. TOUR ON ANGOLA LSM Speakers Document Struggles & Victories In Africa • North America: LSM ACTIONS • LSM EAST COAST UNITY SUPPORT FOR THE PFLO • LSM BAY AREA UNITY DEMONSTRATIONS DEMAND "DEL MONTE OUT OF THE THIRD WORLD!" • CONCRETE SUPPORT FOR PROVISIONAL REVOLUTIONARY GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH VIETNAM • MEDICAL SUPPORT FOR THE OMANI REVOLUTION • Theory and Practice: SUMMARY OF LSM THEORY by Don Barnett • The newsletter includes quotes by Agostinho Neto, Holden Roberto and Jonas Savimbi and the text of a letter from Ole Gjerstad from Lourenco Marques, Mozambique. The articles mention MPLA (Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola), UNITA (National Union for the Total Independence of Angola), FNLA (National Front for the Liberation of Angola), UPNA (People's Union of Northern Angola), the Kingdom of the Congo, Amilcar Cabral, PAIGC (African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde), guerrilla warfare, Zaire, Zambia, the Dembos region, the anti-colonial struggle, Cabinda, the 1958 Pan-African Conference in Accra, Barros Necaca, the Portuguese coup, Portuguese troops, Zairian troops, mercenaries, South Africa's offensive, FRELIMO (Mozambique Liberation Front), American C1-30 transport planes, military hardware, Mao Tse-tung, Chinese military instructors, the OAU (Organization of African Unity), the Kinkuzu base, Chinese-made mortars, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), the Sino-Soviet dispute, the Soviet Union, international capital interests, anti-imperialist movement, liberation movements, the Cunene River, Samora Machel, Ernesto Che Guevara, FAPLA (People's Armed Forces for the Liberation of Angola), ELP (Portuguese Liberation Army), General Spinola, Iko Carreira, Daniel Chipenda, ENLA (National Liberation Army of Angola), Lucio Lara, CIR (Center for Revolutionary Instruction), national reconstruction, armed struggle, Binta Seidi, political life, colonial troops, Tchugué village, Cid una Quida, FARP (People's Revolutionary Armed Forces), the village of Mores, a tour of "Revolution in Africa," SWAPO (South West African People's Organization), PFLO (People's Front for the Liberation of Oman), the People's Democratic Front of Yemen, people's stores, medical supplies, the Bay Area Namibia Action Group, the Committee Against Hunger, racist and sexist hiring practices, the Prairie Fire Organizing Committee, socialist revolution, the "Third World," class contradictions, revolutionary and progressive forces, anti-imperialist struggles, workers, and the American Empire.
Used by permission of former members of Liberation Support Movement.
Collection: Private collection of Candice Wright