Educators Against Racism and Apartheid

(Vol. 8 No. 6)
by Educators Against Racism and Apartheid
Jamaica, New York, United States
February 1991
8 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Angola, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Iraq
Language: English
Contents: Keep the Pressure On! Abolish Apartheid! • ARMS BROKERS • De Klerk's visit to U.S. • Armswatch • US Aircraft in South Africa • British Paper: U.S. Troops Fighting with UNITA • Teachers • Maintain Sanctions • Some questions • Actions (a partial list) • Sample lesson from Apartheid Is Wrong - Second edition • RESOURCES • GORGEOUS MOSAIC PROJECT BEGINS • Join Educators Against Racism And Apartheid • First Graders Speak Out Against Apartheid • The newsletter includes a reprint of a newspaper article "What We Gave Saddam for Christmas" by Murray Waas The newsletter includes a reduced copy of a leaflet NELSON MANDELA IS FREE BY CANNOT VOTE by The Africa Fund. The newsletter advertises Harriett Tubman, Apartheid is Bad, And Other Plays For Young People by Paula Rogovin Bower. The newsletter includes drawings by Rateb Masoud, Anthony Rivas and Silpa Goriparthi. The newsletter discusses the Group Areas Act, the Land Acts, the Internal Security Act, F.W. de Klerk, political prisoners, government-sponsored violence against trade union and mass movement activists, the democratic right to vote, the Separate Amenities Act, the African National Congress (ANC), the G5 and G6 gun, Armscor, G5 Howitzers, Col. Jan Breytenbach, 32 Battalion, American Special Forces teams, Stinger anti-aircraft missiles, the Reagan administration, the Iran-Iraq war, Cessna Caravan aircraft, the South African Police (SAP), AK 47, President Bush, Solomon Mahlangu Day, mass action, Sharpeville Day, political trials, detention, Mayor David Dinkins, New York City Art Teachers Association (NYCATA), and classrooms.
Used by permission of Paula Rogovin, a former member of Educators Against Apartheid.
Collection: Educators Against Racism and Apartheid papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections