by Lutheran Council in the USA Office on World Community
New York, New York, United States
Undated, apparently about late March or April 1975
Publisher: Office on World Community, Lutheran Council in the USA
19 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: Namibia
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The pamphlet discusses apartheid, bantustans, the contract labor system, the UN Commissioner for Namibia, exile, Getty, human rights, the International Court of Justice (ICJ), John Ya Otto, karakul, Leonard Auala, Sean MacBride, Ovamboland, pass laws, Richard Wood, SWAPO, Tsumeb, Vorster, Dr. Carl Mau, the Lutheran World Federation, Dr. David Preus, the American Lutheran Church, the Lutheran Church in America, the UN Fund for Namibia, Rhodesia, the Soviet Union, Rev. Michael Scott, President DeVries, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Christians, Donald Easum, decolonization, the Security Council of the United Nations, President Johnson, Senator Byrd, chrome, the "Byrd Amendment", Henry Kissinger, John Scali, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Donald Newsom, Senator Mondale of Minnesota, tax credits to U.S. companies operating in Namibia, Congress, President Ford, Charles Diggs of Michigan, defense contracts, the Washington Office on Africa, the Office of Public Affairs and Government Relations of the Lutheran Council in the U.S.A., Richard Gerstenberg, General Motors, pension funds, the United Church of Christ, International Business Machines (IBM), and the Lutheran Church in America (LCA). Contents: PART I: NAMIBIA - A TRUST BETRAYED • A-B-C's OF NAMIBIA • PART II: NAMIBIA AND THE CHURCH • The Churches and South African Affairs A Special Note • PART III: NAMIBIA AND POLITICS • PART IV: NAMIBIA AND ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIPS • CAMBRIDGE DEBATE
Used by permission of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root