by Third World Political Forum
Chicago, Illinois, United States
October 1985
4 pages
Type: Brochure
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa, Southern Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Brochure advertising the Midwest Student Conference Against Apartheid and Racism at the University of Chicago on November 16-17, 1985. Panels listed include: Repression, Resistance & Revolution: The Struggle Against Apartheid in South Africa; The United States and Southern Africa: Racism as a Tool of Domestic & Foreign Policy; and Liberation: The Intersection of Gender, Race & Class. Workshops listed include: Material Aid to the Liberation Movements; Western Europe's Collaboration with Apartheid; the Economic Basis of Apartheid; Campus Divestment; Unity on Campus: The Process of Coalition Building; The National Scene: Strategies of the American Anti-Apartheid Movement; Latin American Links to Apartheid; Post Divestment Strategies; The Evolution of U.S. Policy toward South Africa; South African Women; Israel and South Africa; Cultural and Sports Boycott Against Apartheid; Skills & Strategies: Media, Fundraising, and Student Mobilization; and Campus/Community Links. Partial list of sponsors: The Anti-Apartheid Student Alliance, Third World Political Forum, Action Committee for a Free South Africa, University of Chicago; Third World Coalition, Illinois Institute or Technology; Black Cultural Center, Loyola University of Chicago; Divest Now Coalition, University of Illinois at Chicago; Divest Now Coalition, University of Illinois at Champaign; Free South Africa Coordinating Committee, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor; Committee for Student Action, Loyola University; Madison Anti-Apartheid Network; Iowa Coalition Against Apartheid; PSO Minneapolis; PSN Madison; New wave, Iowa City; Kansas University Committee on South Africa, Lawrence Kansas; Missourians Against Apartheid, Columbia Missouri; Bionic, Valparaiso; Student Government, University of Missouri, St. Louis; PSN, Ann Arbor Michigan; Women's Caucus, Iowa City; Social Action Committee, Grand Rapids; People's Alliance on Central America, Urbana, Illinois; Northwestern University Anti-Apartheid Alliance; and MSTAR, Minnesota. • CONFERENCE CALL: TAKING ACTION IN SUPPORT OF THE LIBERATION MOVEMENTS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA AND AT HOME • Amandla, Conference Coordinating Committee • Program
Used by permission of Sahotra Sarkar, formerly Chair of the Third World Political Forum.
Collection: Sahotra Sarkar Chicago anti-apartheid collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections