Minutes of the Executive Board of the American Committee on Africa November 10, 1958

by American Committee on Africa
New York, New York, United States
Undated, sometime after November 10, 1958 and before the next Executive Board meeting
3 pages
Contents: Attendance • Steering Committee Report • New Member for Steering Committee • Letter from Banda to W.M. Chirwa • Finance Committee Report • Organization Committee Report • United Nations Committee Report • New Editorial Board Member • Staff Reports • The minutes mention Donald Harrington, Nelson Bengston, Max Berking, Walter Carington, Robert Clampitt, Edward Gray, George Edmund Haynes, Joseph Jablow, Gilbert Jonas, Elizabeth S. Landis, Frank Montero, Elliott Newcomb, Herbert Rose, Bayard Rustin, William X. Scheinman, Hugh Smythe, William Sorsby, Hope Stevens, Robert Trentlyon, Ben Wechsler, Peter Weiss, Dale Harrison, George Houser, Roger Wilkins, Africa Freedom Day, the Africa Freedom Fund, South Africa Defense Fund, Portuguese Africa, sports, pass violations, treason trial, a possible limited speaking tour for Tom Mboya, Africa Today, Hasting Banda, the Nyasaland African Congress, George Shepherd, Jr., Immanuel Wallerstein, John Ball, ACOA becoming a membership organization, the UN Good Offices Committee on South West Africa, apartheid, the Special Political Committee, French Togoland (the second UN Trusteeship Territory to become independent), Prime Minister Sylvanus Olympio, Felix Moumie, U.P.C. (Union des Populations du Cameroun), French propaganda, French Cameroons, British Cameroons, a UN mission the Caneroons, UN Fourth Committee, conditions in Portugal's African colonies, AFRICA TODAY PAMPHLET #2, speakers at meeting about Algeria (New York Times correspondent Michael James and Mohammed Yazid of the the Provisional Algerian government), Hugh Southern, Ronald Segel, William Landis, ACOA's tax status, George Harrison, and a message of greeting on behalf of the American people to delegates of the non-governmental pan-African conference in Accra. 
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa). 
Collection: Peter Weiss papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections