Re: To put forward a proposal to the Atlanta Conference to Stop South African Coal, To aid other Coalitions by reporting on our practical work, To show examples of the kind of work we have done, and To build the struggle against imperialism and racism through the distribution of this material.
by Coalition to Stop Rhodesian and South African Imports
with Vince Klingler
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Undated, about early 1975
Contents: Cover sheet • PROPOSAL FOR A NATIONWIDE STRATEGY • A. Boycott of Mineral Products from South Africa and Rhodesia • B. Anti-Corporate Projects • PHILADELPHIA COALITION TO STOP RHODESIAN IMPORTS, Political Statement • Organizing on the Waterfront -The Experience of the Philadelphia Coalition to Stop Rhodesian and South African Imports • Ship Identification • Document about a proposal to the Atlanta Conference to Stop South African Coal, apparently held in February 1975, where a Southwide Coalition to Stop South African Coal was formed. [Note: This document also included the following items that are available on this website: Stop Rhodesian Imports: (Asbestos, Chrome, Beryllium) • Don't Unload the African Neptune • The Coalition to Stop Rhodesian Imports Newsletter, Issue 2 • Stop Rhodesian Imports • Baltimore Dock Workers Refuse to Unload "African Dawn" • Coalition to Stop Rhodesian Imports • In Rhodesia and the Republic of South Africa African Workers are Denied Basic Rights • Who's Stealing Our Jobs? • Fight Racism and Forces Labor • Come to Your Union Meeting]
Used by permission of former members of the Coalition to Stop Rhodesian and South African Imports.
Collection: Henry Lieberg collection