M.A.C.S.A. News

(Number 23)
by Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa
Madison, Wisconsin, United States
February 1973
10 pages
The newsletter says MACSA has scheduled a memorial service on January 20 for Amilcar Cabral, Secretary General of PAIGC, who was assassinated in Conakry, Republic of Guinea. The Chicago Committee for the Liberation of Angola, Mozambique and Guinea (CCLAMG) is undertaking a campaign to collect Vitamin C to send to MPLA. The newsletter says last year’s lifting of sanctions on chrome imports from Rhodesia by the U.S. government was clearly supportive of the Smith government, helping them get much-needed foreign exchange. The newsletter includes information on President Sekou Toure, Isis Southall, Samuel J. Westin, Aldermen Eugene Parks, Joseph Thompson, the Southern Africa Committee, Foote Mineral, Union Carbide, Clark MacGregor, FRELIMO, ANC, SWAPO, ZAPU, ZANU, Gulf Oil Boycott, the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement, the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization (IFCO), International Defense and Aid Fund, World Council of Churches (Program to Combat Racism), and The Africa Fund. Contents: MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR AMILCAR CABRAL • CALENDAR • THE CONTRIBUTION OF AMILCAR CABRAL TO THE STRUGGLE FOR LIBERATION OF GUINEA-BISSAU • ANNOUNCEMENTS and ACTIVITIES OF GENERAL INTEREST • Trial of Anti-NATO Protester End in Acquittal • An urgent need for Vitamin C has arisen in the liberated regions of Angola • CALA Spring Film Series: Southern Africa Films Included • City Council Votes Down Buying Polaroid ID Equipment • SOUTHERN AFRICA MAGAZINE- NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS POLICY • ZIMBABWE - INCREASED GUERRILLA ACTIVITY MET WITH MORE DESPERATE POLICY MEASURERS ON THE PART OF THE WHITE MINORITY GOVERNMENT • US - RHODESIAN RELATIONS --- THE POSSIBILITY OF REINSTITUTING SANCTIONS ON CHROME • ADDRESSES OF LIBERATION • CAMPAIGNS IN THE U.S. • GROUPS WHICH CHANNEL MONEY TO THE LIBERATION MOVEMENTS OR POLITICAL PRISONERS AND PROVIDE INFORMATION • MACSA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION
Used by permission of David Wiley and William Minter, former members of Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers