M.A.C.S.A. News

(No. 21)
by Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
December 1972
6 pages
The newsletter says Gil Fernandes, a leader of PAIGC (Movement for the Liberation of Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde) will give two lectures in Madison. The Boycott Committee reported that IGA, Millers, Coops, A & P, and Kohls food stories have been contacted so far about MACSA's symbolic boycott of Southern African goods. The newsletter says the Liberation Support Movement/Bay Area has for more than a year been working to meet a request by the MPLA for a printing press and a person to train MPLA cadres. It reports that the U.N. General Assembly's Fourth Committee (Political Committee) voted overwhelmingly to recognize the liberation movements of the Portuguese colonies in Africa as the authentic representatives of those people and called for the transfer of power to them. Two showings of Robert Van Lierop's film A Luta Continua were held in November, sponsored by MACSA and Community Action on Latin America. A group of Madison churches have formed committees on southern Africa. The newsletter includes information on the Afro-American Community Services Center, Ruth Minter, Meg Skinner, Steve Smith, Bill Minter, the Africa Research Group, and the North American Anti-Imperialist Coalition (NAAIC). Contents: GIL FERNANDEZ TO SPEAK • LSM CALENDAR AND GREETING CARDS AVAILABLE • NOVEMBER GENERAL MEETING REPORT • CONGRESSMAN DIGGS' COMMITTEE REPORT IS NOW AVAILABLE IN MACSA OFFICE • U.N. VOTE TO RECOGNIZE LIBERATION MOVEMENTS • PAIGC FUND TOPS $900 BY THANKSGIVING • MACSA AS PART OF NORTH AMERICAN ANTI-IMPERIALIST COALITION • GULF BOYCOTT COALITION CURRENT ACTION • YOUNG AMERICANS FOR FREEDOM-PRANKSTERS AGAINST LIBERATION FORCES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA • AFRICA INFORMATION SERVICE • CALA AND MACSA SPONSOR VAN LIEROP FILM SHOWING • MADISON CHURCHES COMMITTEE ON SOUTHERN AFRICA
Used by permission of David Wiley and William Minter, former members of Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers