with Swaneagle, The Divestment Coalition, Phread McGiffin, Jeff Kravitz, Holly Ober
Berkeley, California, United States
July 2, 1985
4 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Angola, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: China, Nicaragua, Central America
Language: English
Contents:  NO MORE GENOCIDE • UC Divestment Coalition: THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES • Gay and Lesbian S.F. Parade ALIVE WITH PRIDE IN ‘85 • CRUCIAL MEETING TONIGHT • NEWS around the world • Invasion • Raided • Free the four…and Puerto Rico • New Nuke • Harlan County, P.R.C. • Under Siege • Order of the day • Sacramento, CA • Which Way Forward? • PHOENICIA BESIEGED • Book Review • HELL in a handbasket • THIS DAY IN HISTORY • The newsletter says three days of protests last week indicate growing anger at the failure of the U.C. Regents to divest from companies doing business in South Africa at their June 20-21 meeting; 89 people were arrested on June 19-21. The push for divestment grows on college campuses all over the U.S., showing that national coordination is needed. The newsletter reports South African troops have killed over 61 people in the past two days in Southern Angola. The newsletter includes a book review of A Woman Speaks by Anais Nin. The newsletter includes an advertisement by the UC Divestment Coalition about the showing of the film "Generations of Resistance." The newsletter discusses the Dine (Navajo) people, civil disobedience, Women Against Oppression, Assembly Speaker Willie Brown's divestment proposal, the UC Extension Center, UC (University of California), San Francisco motorcycle police, Occidental Petroleum, Coca-Cola Corporation, and demonstrators. 
Used by permission of former members of the Campaign Against Apartheid who were involved in creating BIKO PLAZA NEWS.
Collection: Private collection of Steve Masover