Provocative! Issues in Africa Today by George M. Houser
by Public Affairs Lecture Bureau
New York, New York, United States
Undated, about early 1962
Leaflet advertising George M. Houser, executive director of the American Committee on Africa (ACOA), as a lecturer. Houser recently returned from a fact-finding mission through rebel-held Angola to investigate the plight of Angolan refugees, problems of Angolan educational institutions, and the validity of Portugal’s claims that the rebellion is under control. Houser lectures on The Dynamics of Africa's Emergence, South Africa and America's Racial Problem - A Contrast, the Anatomy of South Africa's Apartheid, Congo Crisis, and Portuguese Africa-Last Stronghold of Colonialism. He also can present a slide show from his trip. Houser has represented ACOA at the All African People's Conferences in Ghana, Cairo, and Tunis; attended the inauguration of the first Governor–General of Nigeria; and has done considerable work at the United Nations on African problems.
Collection: George M. Houser Africa collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections