Contents: SOUTHERN AFRICA UPDATE • ZIMBABWE VS. RHODESIA: AN ACCOUNT OF THE WAR • GM & APARTHEID • REPORTS FROM AROUND THE U.S.A. (well, nearly!) • The newsletter discusses Andrew Young, Ian Smith, Josiah Magama Tongogara, ZANU, ZAPU, Justin Nyoka, liberated areas, missionaries, air attacks on guerrilla bases in Angola and Zambia, Bishop Abel Muzorewa, Ndabaningi Sithole, Lonrho, Tiny Rowlands, Kenneth Kaunda, the Soweto 11, the Soweto Students Representative Council (SSRC), Prime Minister P.W. Botha, squatters, investments in South Africa, the Department of Information, Christian Nationalism, the Iranian revolution, South Africa's supply of oil, the Democratic Turnhalle Alliance, the Wankie Game Researve, John Sibali, Edison Maleme, Buthelezi, Leon, Chinsamy, the Patriotic Front, SWAPO, ANC (African National Congress), PAC (Pan Africanist Congress), the Black Consciousness Movement, the Black People's Convention, the South African Student’s Organization, the South African Communist Party (SACP), chrome ore, petroleum, General Motors (GM), Leon Sullivan, A.A. Cunningham, Rodney G. Ironside, Mark W. Shape, the South African Congress of Trade Unions (SACTU), the Northeast Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa (NECLSA) , Hampshire College, companies doing business in apartheid, SMC, RAND, the Committee for Divestment, the University of Pennsylvania, a Delaware Valley Conference, Provident Bank, the People's Front for the Liberation of Southern Africa, Princeton University, Harvard University, Derek Bok, Tufts, the Sullivan Principles, divestment, demonstrations, the Bloomington South Africa Committee, the Midwest Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa, the University of Illinois, the Indiana Southern Africa Coalition, the Krugerrand gold coin, the University of Chicago, the Action Committee on South Africa, Hanna Gray, the University of California Berkeley, Students for Economic and Racial Justice (SERJ), banks who loan money to South Africa, and an upcoming referendum in the city of Berkeley.
Used by permission of members of the International Socialist Organization who worked on the newsletter.
Collection: Africa solidarity buttons (Kenton Worcester collection)