Educators Against Apartheid

by Educators Against Apartheid
Jamaica, New York, United States
March 1987
1 page
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The newsletter reports that five representatives of Educators Against Apartheid met with the top executives of McGraw-Hill Inc. to urge them to divest. McGraw-Hill was a leader of the Sullivan movement, and it refused to divest. Therefore, E.A.A. launched a boycott of all McGraw-Hill products, and, on February 27, McGraw-Hill announced it will divest. The newsletter says United Federation of Teachers President Sandra Feldman and the Delegates Assembly have refused to endorse the April 25 march on Washington. The newsletter says E.A.A. has developed a curriculum kit called "Apartheid is Wrong." The newsletter says the U.S. government and the apartheid regime cooperated for three years in providing military aid to the Nicaraguan contras. The newsletter reports that E.A.A. raised $425 at its February meeting; all the funds and school supplies were given to the African National Congress (ANC) for the school in Tanzania. Contents: ANOTHER VICTORY!! MCGRAW-HILL DIVESTS! • U.F.T. REFUSES TO ENDORSE APRIL 25 MARCH ON WASHINGTON TO PROTEST APARTHEID AND U.S. POLICY IN CENTRAL AMERICA • VICTORY????? • IS YOUR SCHOOL PARTICIPATING IN THE APRIL 25 MARCH ON WASHINGTON? • DID YOU KNOW???? • THANK YOU!
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