M.A.C.S.A. News

(No. 19)
by Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
September-October 1972
14 pages
Contents: MACSA NEWS FORCES TO SUBSCRIPTION BASIS • SUBSCRIPTION AND CONTRIBUTION FORM • NACSA NEWS FORCED TO SUBSCRIPTION BASIS SEND $2 NOW TO STAY ON LIST • MEETINGS SCHEDULE • WEST AFRICA-ANOTHER VIETNAM and MIDINA BOE • SOUTHERN AFRICA A Monthly Survey of News and Opinion • GUINE- UNDER NATO BOMBS • FINAL PUSH IN GUINEA BISSAU! • PORTUGUESE COLONIALISM FACES DEFEAT! • LITERATURE ORDER BLANK • DON'T SUPPORT SLAVERY - BOYCOTT SOUTH AFRICAN PRODUCTS • FRELIMO OPENS FOURTH FRONT IN CENTRAL MOZAMBIQUE • MOZAMBIQUE FILMS AVAILABLE FROM MACSA • THE REPUBLICAN PARTY'S PLANK ON AFRICA 1972 • THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY'S PLANK ON AFRICA 1972 • MADISON ANTI-CORPORATE ACTIVITY • U.S. - PORTUGAL MILITARY TIES NATO AS AN AGENT OF IMPERIALISM • The newsletter announces several showings of two films from inside Guinea-Bissau with the PAIGC (African Party for the Independence of Guinea and the Cape Verde Islands): the British documentary "West Africa, Another Vietnam?" and a Cuban film, "Madina Boe." The newsletter includes a leaflet promoting a boycott of Kaffer Tea, a South African product sold in Madison stores. It also reports that Frelimo announced the extension of the armed struggle to a fourth province, Manica and Sofala, a province in central Mozambique bordering Zimbabwe. The newsletter says MACSA has two films on Mozambique for rent: "We Shall Win (Venceremos)," by Novotsi Films (Yugoslavia); and "Mozambique," by Dutch Kenmark TV. The newsletter includes information on Liberation Support Movement, Mozambique Liberation Front, the Honeywell Project, Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group (WISPRIG), ITT, Community Action on Latin America, Movement for Political and Economic Democracy (MPED), and the Union of Radical Political Economists (URPE).
Used by permission of David Wiley and William Minter, former members of Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers