by San Francisco Anti-Apartheid Committee
San Francisco, California, United States
December 1985
4 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: DIVESTMENT '85 - A GOOD YEAR • NO MORE APARTHEID CARGO • SEAL PROJECT • ANTI-APRTHEID CALENDAR • SFAAC DECEMBER MEETING • The newsletter says ships from apartheid South Africa are unloading canned fruit, wine, steel, auto glass and other products, possibly including weapons materials, into our San Francisco Port; the San Francisco Anti-Apartheid Committee has led numerous picket lines against the Pacific Maritime Association and Nedlloyd ships carrying such cargo. The newsletter discusses U.S. corporate investment in South Africa, Del Monte, IBM, Chevron, Ford Motor, General Motors (GM), Texaco, Control Data, Fluor, Coca-Cola, Mobil Oil, censorship, the South African Police (SAP), Citibank, Bank of America, Security Pacific, First Interstate, Crocker National (Midland) Bank, Chase Manhattan Bank, divestment legislation, the African National Congress (ANC), the United Democratic Front (UDF), the National Free South Africa Movement, the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU), the Africa Support Program of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), BAFSAM (Bay Area Free South Africa Movement), the San Francisco Port Commission, the SF Central Labor Council, local labor unions, the Oakland Port Commission, Louis Freedberg, the Berkeley Committee on Responsible Investment, and Nedlloyd Lines. 
Collection: Hawaii Committee for Africa (Renee Furuyama & Joel Fischer collection)