by American Committee on Africa
New York, New York, United States
Undated, some time after October 19, 1965
2 pages
Type: Meeting Minutes
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Nations
Language: English
Contents:  Attendance • 1. Follow-up on the Conference on Implementation of the Forthcoming Decision in the South West Africa Case • 2. American Negro Leadership Conference on Africa • 3. November 14 Affair at Rockland Palace • 4. Wendell Fosters Work • 5. Meeting of Consultative Council on South Africa • 6. Follow-up on Summer Research Work • 7. UDI (Unilateral Declaration of Independence), in Rhodesia • 8. Speaking Tours • 9. Board Membership • 10. Library for Depository of ACOA Files • The minutes mention international lawyers, Prof. Tom Frank (Director of Center for International Studies at New York University), the Secretary of State, Charles Runyon, Wayne Fredericks, Waldemar Campbell, Ambassador Arthur Goldberg, Senators Fulbright and Mansfield, Congressman O’Hara, Godfrey Amachree, the Hague, Betsy Landis, Hope Stevens, an event to honor various ambassadors to the United Nations, Jomo Logan, a reception in Harlem, Freedom National Bank, the Southern Rhodesia crisis, representatives of African freedom organizations, the Church Center for the United Nations, a special Emphasis Week around the Sharpeville date next March, Judy Bennion, Kim Bush, US announced position of non-recognition of UDI, breaking off economic relations with Rhodesia, aid to Zambia, action through the United Nations because of the violation under Article 73, Mary Benson, Ezekiel Mphahlele (aka Es'kia Mphahlele), Professor Richard Stevens (Lincoln University), the High Commission Territories, Boston University, Northwestern University, the Schomburg collection, the New York University Center for International Studies, Peter Weiss, Elizabeth Landis, James Robinson, and Collin Gonze.
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Peter Weiss papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections