To: State Coordinators of the Call to Conscience Network

by Shaka Kusaidi, Call to Conscience Network
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
September 10, 1986
Publisher: Call to Conscience Network
1 page
Type: Mailing
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Mailing by Shaka Kusaidi, Coordinator, Friends Committee on Racial Concerns. Kusaidi says as the call To Conscience support staff for communications, he is helping to coordinate the production of a variety of educational/organizing tools to build the CTC network around the country. Kusaidi says the Call to Conscience Network has printed brochures and posters and will soon have buttons. Kusaidi says the Call to Conscience Network immediate priority is the development of a CTC Organizers Manual which will focus on how to build local CTC networks in cities and towns throughout the country. Kusaidi says included in this manual will be a list of all the endorsing and participating organizations of the national CTC network; therefore, it is essential that he receive a list of all of the groups and churches in your state that have joined our network to challenge and change U.S. foreign policy towards South Africa.  Kusaidi says existing anti-apartheid groups/coalitions, peace groups and grass-roots organizations with a history of anti-apartheid activity should be initially recruited. Kusaidi says we are currently typesetting the manual and need your list of endorsers no later than September 19; we also plan to list all of the CTC State Coordinators and their phone numbers.
Used by permission of Jerry Herman, a former member of the Call to Conscience Network in Philadelphia.
Collection: Joel Fischer and Renee Furuyama papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections