RESOLUTION submitted to/and approved by ASUCSB Legislative Council

by ASUCSB
Santa Barbara, California, United States
Undated, about 1965 of 1966?
Publisher: Associated Students of the University of California, Santa Barbara
1 page
Type: Resolution
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Resolution submitted to and approved by Associated Students of the University of California Santa Barbara (ASUCSB) Legislative Council. The resolution says at least one-third of corporations that recruit graduates at the UCSB Placement Center have branches and/or subsidiaries in South Africa, practice discriminatory hiring and employment, and are in opposition to the University of California’s policies on non-discrimination. The resolution says the ASUCSB Legislative Council prohibits from the use of any and all University facilities, especially the Placement Center, any company or organization that practices discriminatory hiring and/or employment practices, whether domestically or abroad. A handwritten note says to contact William Burnett, c/o Martin Legassick, for more information. The resolution discusses apartheid, United Nations Resolutions A/1761 and A/1889, trade, investment, and several South African laws (the Native Laws Amendment Act, Native Labor Act #48, Bantu Laws Amendment Act, Industrial Conciliation Act, Job Reservation Acts, and Apprenticeship Training Acts).
Collection: Robert E. Maurer Papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections