[Brothers and Sisters: The Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement is a group of black workers who have come together to act and protest against the sale of Polaroid products in South Africa.]

by Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement
Brookline, Massachusetts, United States
November 21, 1970
1 page
Type: Mailing
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The mailing reports that the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement has called for a world-wide boycott of Polaroid products until Polaroid discontinue all sales in South Africa. Black people in South Africa are enslaved and dehumanized in order to insure the security of apartheid and the capitalists' margin of profit. The PRWM is building a coalition of right-on thinking people to press the demands that Polaroid and all American business discontinue support of the South African racist government. The mailing discusses apartheid, Edwin H. Land, liberation movements, racism, letters, leaflets, regional offices, disengagement from South Africa, and Caroline Hunter.
Used by permission of Caroline Hunter, co-founder of the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement.
Collection: Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections