(Vol. 1, No. 1)
by African Liberation Support Committee
Washington, DC, United States
October 1974
8 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Portugal
Language: English
Contents: GUINEA-B. VICTORIOUS! • BLACKS FIGHT RACISM IN BOSTON • FORD'S ECONOMIC PROGRAM A SHAM • SOUTH AFRICA BOOTED OUT OF U.N. • "DEFEAT COLONIALISM, IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: ANGOLA, NAMIBIA, S. AFRICA, ZIMBABWE!" • "SOLIDARITY WITH THE AFRICAN REVOLUTION!" • EDITORIAL • ALSC INTERNAT'L STEERING COMM. REPORT • WORDS OF LIBERATION • MOZAMBIQUE: PEOPLE'S VICTORY • OIL AND IMPERIALISM • COAL FROM S. AFRICA • world in struggle • SOUTH VIETNAM • US EXPERTS VISIT CHINA • ARGENTINA • PALESTINIAN STRUGGLE • ALSC PAMPHLETS • The newsletter reports that Portugal and Guinea-Bissau signed an agreement on August 26 ending four centuries of Portuguese rule and setting the date of independence on September 10. The agreement, concluded in Algeria, was signed by Portuguese Foreign Minister Mario Soares and Maj. Pedro Pires of the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC). The newsletter reports that United Nations General Assembly voted to reject the credentials of South Africa. the newsletter reports that a transitional government took over Mozambique on September 20, leading to complete independence on June 25, 1975. The newsletter reports that the United Mine Workers and other concerned people have been working to stop imports of coal from South Africa by such companies as the Southern Company.
Collection: Private collection of Richard Knight