Build the Fightback Movement: JOIN THE APC!
Construyamos un movimiento conbative ¡ÚNANSE AL APC!
by All Peoples Congress/People's Anti-War Mobilization
New York, New York, United States
All Peoples Congress, People's Anti-War Mobilization
Brochure distributed at the National March Against Racism in Philadelphia on February 15, 1986. The brochure says the All-People’s Congress (APC), the People's Anti-War Mobilization (PAM) and their affiliate national groups, the U.S. Out of Southern Africa Network, and the PAM Youth League, welcome and applaud those who are participating in the march. Moved by racist incidents in Philadelphia and the escalation of racism across the country, the APC called anti-racist groups together in December 1985 to form the National Mobilization Against Racism and to organize today's march. The APC is a national People's Fightback Movement, founded in 1981 to combat the Reagan program of racism, cutbacks, and war. The APC, PAM, and their affiliate groups have organized major demonstrations and campaigns in every part of the country, including national marches against U.S. wars in Central America and the Middle East, against U.S. intervention in the Philippines, against the Ku Klux Klan, against apartheid, for reproductive rights of women, for jobs, for housing, education, food, and for the rights of the disabled, youth, the retired, labor unions, the lesbian and gay community.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root