THE STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

Toward Economic Justice Our Covenant Together
by Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility
with Paul Wilson, Frank Chikane, Allan Boesak
New York, New York, United States
November 1988
14 pages
Type: Program
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa, Southern Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Program booklet for an event held of November 14, 1988 to celebrate the end to apartheid in South Africa, independence in Namibia, and peace in Southern Africa. Contents: Message from ICCR Chairperson, Paul Wilson • EVENING PROGRAM • SPONSORS • PATRONS • FRIEND • SUPPORTERS • OUR MISSION • The event, sponsored by the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, invites attendees to rededicate themselves to support this struggle. Speakers include Rev. Paul Wilson; Donna Katzin; Dr. Loretta Williams; H.E. Peter Zuze, Ambassador of Zambia; Rev. J. Andy Smith; Neo Mnumzana, Permanent Representative to the U.N.; Philip Johnson; Helmut Angula, Permanent Representative to the U.N.; Dr. Audrey Chapman; Timothy Smith; Sr. Barbara Aires; and Sister Carol Coston. The program includes musical performances by Stetsasonic and Clamma Dale. Inserted in the program is LETTER TO ICCR FROM REV. FRANK CHIKANE SACC & REV. ALLAN BOESAK and a pledge/contribution card and envelope. The program discusses the South African Council of Churches (SACC), banning of organizations and restrictions on leaders, a boycott of the October 26 elections, a "Standing for the Truth Campaign," Khotso House, the Southern African Catholic Bishops Conference, the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, the Women's Division of the United Methodist Church, the Christian Brothers Investment Services, the ANC (African National Congress), SWAPO, the Front Line States, the South African religious community, Songs of Solidarity, and Voices of Solidarity. 
Used by permission of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility.
Collection: Private collection of Donna Katzin