UN Expert to Speak on Angola

by African Students for Angolan Liberation
with Alan Zaslavsky
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
January 17, 1976
2 pages
The press release announces that Sean Gervasi, an officer of the United Nations Committee on Namibia, will be a featured speaker about U.S. and South African involvement in Angola at a program at Harvard University. Gervasi led the way in unmasking covert CIA and U.S. armed forces activity in Angola, including recruitment of mercenaries and naval maneuvers off the Angolan coast. The "MPLA Solidarity Panel" will include representatives of African Students for Angola Liberation, International Socialists, Gulf Solidarity Committee, Southern Africa Solidarity Committee, and Eritreans for Liberation in North America. "The Africa Revolutionary Movement and the Angolan Situation" panel will include Aubrey Williams, instructor at Yale University, on "Zaire and the Angolan situation"; Ann Seidman, Professor at Wellesley College, on "Zambia and the Angolan situation"; and Ernest Wamba, panel moderator, on "Three stages of African revolutionary movements." The panel on "Angola and the Southern Africa Situation" will include Alfred Moleah (South Africa), Vice President, Southern Africa Research Association; Calistos Ndhlovu (Zimbabwe) - President, Southern Africa Research Association; Moses Tjitendero (Namibia), South West African People's Organization (SWAPO); and Daniel Chiremba (Mozambique), Executive Member Southern Africa Research Association. [Note: The correct spelling is: Callistus Ndlovu]
Collection: Alan Zaslavsky Africa Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections