DEVELOPMENT AND/OR LIBERATION
A Conference on Alternative Models of Development: Latin America, Southern Africa, Wisconsin
by Community Action on Latin America, Division of Church and Society Wisconsin Council of Churches, Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa, League of Women Voters Wisconsin & Dane County, Wisconsin Youth for Democratic Education
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
Undated, about March or early April 1973
Community Action on Latin America, Division of Church and Society Wisconsin Council of Churches, League of Women Voters Wisconsin & Dane County, Wisconsin Youth for Democratic Education
Leaflet advertising a conference on April 7, 1973. The leaflet says among an increasing number of citizens there is a growing concern over the economic, political and social involvements of the United States in the affairs of "underdeveloped" countries; questions are being raised about the social costs of unlimited economic growth both at home and abroad. The leaflet says the purpose of this conference will be to provide to a variety of people --those with concerns about international affairs, church social concerns people, high school teachers, students and others—information about and a forum in which to discuss issues related to alternative models of development; for purposes of illustration the conference will focus on three areas: Latin America, southern Africa and Wisconsin. The leaflet mentions Prof. A. E. Havens, Rural Sociology at UW-Madison; Prof. Charles W. Anderson, Political Science at UW-Madison; Anaconda Copper Company; the Madison Committee on Southern Africa; the Committee Against Repression in Brazil; and the National Council of Churches.
Used by permission of David Wiley and William Minter, former members of Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers