Steering Committee Minutes: February 1, 1965

by American Committee on Africa
New York, New York, United States
Undated, sometime after February 1, 1965 and before March 1, 1965
2 pages
Type: Meeting Minutes
Coverage in Africa: Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Israel
Language: English
Contents: Attendance • 1. Collin Gonze will look into International Institute for Peace. • 2. Conference on World Peace Through Law • 3. George Houser will accept Engelhard's invitation to meet. • 4. Conference Group of U.S. National Organizations on the U.N. • 5. Permanent U.N. representative • 6. Washington Conference on South Africa • a) Action after the Conference • b) Sponsor organizations • c) Union representation • d) Peter Weiss urged hiring a professional Public Relations firm. • e) James Forman • f) A Conference statement was discussed. • 7. Mozambique Medical Project • 8. New Staff Member • 9. Tax exemption for the Defense and Aid Fund of ACOA • The minutes mention H. Smythe, Elizabeth Landis, B. Browne, J. Robinson, Mary-Louise Hooper, Nelson Bengston, Consultative Council, Richard Kasden, Andrew Norman, Stanley Levy, Jerry Wurf, medical assistance to Frelimo from Israel (training of medical personnel, setting up instillations in the Tanzania-Mozambique border area, and medical equipment and supplies), Eduardo Mondlane, a landrover fitted out as an ambulance, Wendell Roy, and Rev. Wendell Foster.
Used by permission Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Peter Weiss papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections