U.S. Corporations Out of South Africa-Down with Apartheid
by American Committee on Africa, U.S. Out of Southern Africa Network
New York, New York, United States
September or early October 1987
Publisher: U.S. Out of Southern Africa Network, American Committee on Africa
1 page
Leaflet advertising a rally and picket on National Divestment Protest Day. The leaflet says: "Show Them That We Mean Business at the Stock Exchange: Marketplace for the Stocks of 300 U.S. Companies Still Investing in Racist South Africa" and "Wear a black armband in solidarity with Nelson Mandela and all other South African and Namibian political prisoners." Endorsers are: African Activists in America; American Committee On Africa; Columbia Coalition For A Free Southern Africa; Emergency National Council On Central America/Caribbean; Hunter College Free South Africa Committee; Harlem Fightback; Latinos Against Apartheid; National Conference Of Black Lawyers; NY Anti-Apartheid Coordinating Council; NY Mobilization For Survival; NY CISPES; NY Peace Council; Patrice-Lumumba Coalition; Peace Smith House; Southern Africa Solidarity Coalition; Unity In Action; United Students Of Long Island; U.S. Out Of Southern Africa Network/Pam; Young Socialist Alliance; Assemblyman Jose Riviera; Bill Henning/2nd Vice President, Communications Workers Of America.
Used by permission Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Private collection of Joshua Nessen