by Fund for Democratic Elections in South Africa
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Undated, Fall 1993?
2 pages
Type: Report
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Draft report on the Fund for a Free South Africa (FDESA) Student Victory Project. The document says during the anti-apartheid movement shantytowns were constructed by students on college and university campuses to bring shame on the schools for their investments and to call and demand for divestment; the FDESA Student Victory Project is a natural outgrowth of the anti-apartheid movement and it is the students' turn once again to solicit the support of fellow students, faculty, administration and alumni to involve themselves in the long awaited free elections; the energy, enthusiasm and innovative ideas that spring from students are an important part of FDESA's overall campaign to raise funds for the ANC (African National Congress) to help elect Nelson Mandela as the leader of South Africa. The document discusses a video, The Africa Fund, posters, leaflets, and the National Tour of ANC Officials. • IMPORTANCE OF PROJECT • PROJECT GOAL • PROJECT OUTLINE • STRUCTURE • BUDGET
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root