Contents: Introductory Note • 1. South Africa • 2. Southern Rhodesia • 3. Petitioners at the United Nations • 4. Emergency Relief to Angola and Africa Defense and Aid Fund • 5. The American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa • 6. Dr. Cassim M. Jadwat • 7. Visitors of Note • 8. Conferences, Speeches, Radio and TV • 9. AFRICA TODAY and Literature • 10. Membership • 11. New Office • The report mentions the Appeal for Action Against Apartheid, Human Rights Day, Chief Lutuli, Martin Luther King, the Secretary of State, the Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, the Ambassador to the United Nations, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs George McGhee, Ambassador Francis T.P. Plimpton, economic action, Robert Resha, the African National Congress (ANC), Potlako Leballo, Nana Mahomo, the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), CORE (Congress of Racial Equality), the Negro American Labor Council, the Post War World Council, the World Peace Brigade, George Houser, Norman Thomas, James Farmer, the Rev. Michael Scott, A.J. Muste, Bayard Rustin, Nathan Shamuyarira, Enoch Dumbatshena, Paul Mushonga, the Fourth Committee of the General Assembly, Ambassador Stevenson, Jonathan Bingham, Sam Nujoma, Jacob Kuhangua, Jariretundu Kozonguizi, Rev. Marcus Kooper, Mburumba Kerina, South West Africa, J.J. Nquku, Kolisang, Chekela, Basutoland, Dr. Ian Gilchrist, Sierra Leone, refugees in the Congo, Columbia University, Arden House, Roy Wilkins, the NAACP, A. Philip Randolph, the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Dorothy Height, the National Council of Negro Women, Whitney Young, the National Urban League, Hope Stevens, Frank Montero, David Jones, Minister of Labor Tom Mboya, Helen Suzman, the Progressive Party, Professor I. Potekhin, the Africa Institute in Moscow, Vice-Premier Jason Sendwe, Bishop Ralph Dodge, Bucknell University, American University, radio, television, and Collin Gonze. [Note: Lutuli is an alternate spelling of Luthuli.]
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Peter Weiss papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections