A Concert to Celebrate Nelson Mandela's 71st Birthday

by Friends of SOMAFCO, Call to Conscience Network, Department of African and African-America Studies (Temple University), Institute of African and African-American Affairs, Martin Luther King Ant-Apartheid Coalition, Call to Conscience, Pan-African Studies Community Education Program
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Undated, about early July 1989
Publisher: Call to Conscience, Friends of SOMAFCO, Department of African and African-America Studies (Temple University), Institute of African and African-American Affairs, Martin Luther King Ant-Apartheid Coalition, Pan-African Studies Community Education Program
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Leaflet advertising a concert to celebrate Nelson Mandela’s 71st birthday and Gladfelter Hall, Temple University on Saturday, July 22, 1989. The leaflet says Nelson Mandela, President of the African National Congress of South Africa, has been imprisoned for 27 years in South Africa; let’s come together in a celebration of his life and the struggle he spearheads. The leaflet says the concert features the Melodic Sounds of The Mean Machine Band and invited speakers from the African National Congress (ANC) and the Southwest Africa People’s Organization (SWAPO). The leaflet says donation $5 to aid the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO). The leaflet says the convert is sponsored by Friends of SOMAFCO, the Department of African and African-America Studies (Temple University), the Institute of African and African-American Affairs, the Martin Luther King Ant-Apartheid Coalition, Call to Conscience, and the Pan-African Studies Community Education Program.
Used by permission of Friends of SOMAFCO.
Collection: Friends of SOMAFCO collection