We believe that these American business interests presently bolster apartheid and racism in Southern Africa.

by For Members Only, Organization of African Students, Southern Africa Liberation Information Group
Evanston, Illinois, United States
Undated, about January 1973
Publisher: Southern Africa Liberation Information Group, For Members Only, Organization of African Students
2 pages
Type: Leaflet
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Leaflet protesting recruitment at Northwestern University by these companies that are doing business in South Africa: Firestone Tire & Rubber Company; Esso Research & Engineering Company; Monsanto; Union Carbide Corporation-Films Packaging Division; Procter & Gamble Company-Manufacturing, Plant Management; Standard Oil Co. of California-Chevron Research Company; Ford Motor Company; Westinghouse Electric Corporation; Hewlett-Packard Company; Honeywell Inc.; Borg-Warner Corporation-Ingersoll Research Center; American Metal Climax, Inc.; Texaco Inc.; Chrysler Corporation; Polaroid Corporation; General Dynamics-Electric Dynamic Division; Drackett Company; Mobil Oil Company; IBM; General Motors Corp.; Pfizer International; Procter & Gamble Company; National Cash Register Company; Standard Oil of New Jersey; and Eli Lilly Company. The leaflet says that For Members Only, the Organization of African Students, and the Southern African Liberation Information Group believe that these U.S. business interests bolster apartheid and racism, and they should get out of Southern Africa. Also, the U.S. government must order all U.S. businesses to get out of Southern Africa. Students who are thinking of seeking jobs at these companies should consider the implications of their actions. The leaflet points out that IBM has computerized South Africa's security system, and Polaroid provides the photographic equipment needed to make South Africa's pass laws work. • ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE PLACEMENT • GRADE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT • RECRUITMENT EXERCISES PERSONNEL FOR SOUTH AFRICA