BANKING ON SOUTH AFRICA

by Packard Manse Media Project
Stoughton, Massachusetts, United States
Undated, August 1977?
6 pages
Type: Transcript
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Canada
Language: English
Script for the slideshow Stop Banking on South Africa. The script discusses apartheid racial discrimination, North American corporations, racial policies, the arms embargo, cheap labor, 1.6 billion dollars, military self-sufficiency, weapons, munitions, 87%, white, black, the pass book, malnutrition, Mobil Oil, Union Carbide, General Motors (GM), Falconbridge, investments, a dynamic industrial economy, banks, multinational corporations, wages, working conditions, bank loans, Citibank, Chase Manhattan, Manufacturers Hanover Trust, Morgan Guarantee Trust, the Electricity Supply Commission (ESCOM), two nuclear reactors, nuclear capability, the nuclear non-proliferation treaty,  vehicles, chemicals, mining, petroleum, racial oppression, Bank of America, First National Bank of Chicago, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, the National Bank of Boston, Toronto Dominion Bank, Continental Illinois, the Mellon Bank of Pittsburg, the Republic National Bank of Dallas, the Royal Bank of Canada, the Bank of Montreal, cash for apartheid, North American banks, the struggle for liberation, letters, Congress, legislation, Holland, a boycott of the Amsterdam-Rotterdam bank, remove deposits, church shareholders, resolutions at annual meetings, the First Pennsylvania Bank, Maryland National, Central National Bank of Chicago, a white supremacist government, legitimate rights,  racial turmoil, economic collapse, violent revolution, United States and Canadian banking circles, and corporations.
Collection: Carol B. Thompson and Bud Day Papers on Southern Africa, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections