ANGOLA and UNITA
by Washington Office on Africa, Washington Office on Africa Educational Fund
Washington, DC, United States
January 9, 1986
Washington Office on Africa, Wahsington Office on Africa Educational Fund
This mailing reports on efforts by Congressional conservatives to increase U.S. aid to UNITA since the repeal in July 1985 of the Clark Amendment that prohibited funding for the CIA in Angola. The Reagan administration is already moving to fund UNITA, and a trip to the U.S. by UNITA President Jonas Savimbi is being planned. People are asked to communicate with elected officials and the administration opposing aid to UNITA and to hold teach-ins about Angola. The mailing also includes a “Fact Sheet on Angola and UNITA” with a brief summary of the history of Angola since its independence in 1975, including the involvement of the United States, South Africa, and Cuba.
Used by permission of the Washington Office on Africa.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root