AFRICA: THE IMPACT OF THE IMF & WORLD BANK'S POLICIES ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA
Seattle, Washington, United States
Undated, about August or early September 1996
Leaflet advertising an event with Dennis Brutus, the "Singing Voice of the South African Liberation Movement," at University of Washington (UW) on September 21, 1996. Professor Angela Gilliam will be Emcee. Brutus is a poet and has won the Langston Hughes Award and the first Paul Robeson Award. He is also a faculty member of Africana Studies and African Literature at University of Pittsburgh and has been a Distinguished Visiting Humanist at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Brutus is also an activist; he has organized to have South Africa banned from the Olympics and for environmental causes. The event is co-sponsored by UW Office of Minority Affairs & Department of American Ethnic Studies, Seattle Art Museum, Rakumi Arts, Southern Africa Task Force, Pacific Lutheran University, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), World Affairs Council, Coalition on Women and Religious Spirituality, International League of Women Voters (ILWU), Physicians for Social Responsibility, and the Lawyer’s Guild.
Used by permission of American Friends Service Committee.
Collection: Selma Waldman collection on the Seattle Coalition Against Apartheid (SCCA), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections