by St. Mark's Cathedral
Seattle, Washington, United States
September 1977
2 pages
Type: Leaflet
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Leaflet advertising a series of events in October 1977 at St. Mark’s Cathedral in Seattle sponsored by Cathedral Associates. The leaflet says the events are supported by the African Studies Program (U. of W.), Black Studies Program (U. of W.), Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle, Church Council of Greater Seattle, St. Mark's Cathedral Parish, World Affairs Council of Seattle and World Without War Council. The leaflet says Background Lectures include Zambia by Mr. P.C. Luchembe, UCLA; Rhodesia by Dr. Donald Farmer, Pacific Lutheran University; Mozambique and Angola by Dr. Edward Alpers, UCLA; and South Africa by Dr. Aldon Bell, UW. The leaflet says Panel Discussions include "Great Power Rivalry and Strategic Considerations -- Should We Be Concerned That a Vital Life-Line for the West is Threatened?", "United States Investment -- Part of the Solution or of the Problem?", "Black Americans -- Should They Have Special Influence on Policy-Making?" and "Human Rights and Moral Commitment -- Fundamental Principles or Luxuries We Cannord Afford?". The leaflet says panelists include Alan Paton, Congressman Don Bonker, Dr. Bayers Naudé, Dr. Thomas Robinson, Stanley Sanders and Dr, Absolom Vilakazi. The leaflet says interest groups and organizations with decided policies regarding the United States and South Africa are being invited to make individual presentations on Saturday. October 29. The leaflet says this program is supported in part by the Washington Commission for the Humanities, an agency of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The leaflet discusses U. of W. (University of Washington), UCLA (University of California Los Angeles), and UW (University of Washington). • Background Lectures • Panel Discussions • Advocacy Workshops • Discussion Groups
Collection: Selma Waldman collection on the Seattle Coalition Against Apartheid (SCCA), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections