Background Packet on Southern Africa [cover sheet]

(Number 1)
by David Sogge, American Friends Service Committee
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
March 1976
Publisher: American Friends Service Committee
1 page
Type: Mailing
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Cover sheet for Background Packet on Southern Africa Number 1, produced by the Southern Africa Program, AFSC for regional office and committee people concerned with southern African issues, and to others who are, or want to be, acquainted with AFSC and its work on these issues. The packet addresses South Africa's posture toward its neighbors and independent Africa's responses. Two documents are particularly important: The Lusaka Manifesto on Southern Africa (1969) and The Dar es Salaam Declaration (1975). Other documents that are included: John Seiler’s "South African Perspectives and Responses to External Pressures" (1975), Roelf Meyer’s “Why Detente Cannot Succeed - Liberation versus Development" (1975), speech by Julius Nyerere, “Some Aspects of Liberation” (1975), Tony Hodges’ "Zambia-South Africa - A New Connection?" and excerpts from a February 15, 1976 letter from Bill Sutherland, AFSC Southern Africa Representative, about Zambia's position in the aftermath of the Angola imbroglio.
Used by permission of American Friends Service Committee.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root