WITH ONE VOICE

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY INTERFAITH SERVICE AND PRESS CONFERENCE
by American Committee on Africa, Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility
New York, New York, United States
Undated, about November 1991
1 page
Leaflet advertising a Human Rights Day Interfaith Service on December 9 and press conference with New York City Mayor Dinkins in solidarity with the people of South Africa in their continuing struggle for democracy and human rights. Endorsers are: American Baptist Churches of Metropolitan New York; American Committee on Africa (ACOA) Religious Action Network; Black Resources and Issues Now (B.R.A.l.N.); Rev. Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., Executive Director, Commission for Racial Justice, United Church of Christ; Chess Association for the People of South Africa; City College Student Government; Communication Workers of America, Local 1180; Council of Churches, City of NY; Educators Against Racism and Apartheid; Nell Gibson, Director, Parish Based Services, Episcopal Mission Society; Elizabeth Holtzman, Comptroller of New York City; Immobilize Apartheid Coalition; Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), South Africa Issue Group; MADRE; Ruth Messinger, Manhattan Borough President; Congressman Robert J. Mrazek; National Council of Churches, Africa Office; National Council of Churches, Human Rights Office; Nelson Mandela Reception Committee; New York Labor Committee Against Apartheid; New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPlRG); New York Federation of Reform Synagogues; Union of American Hebrew Congregations; Patrice Lumumba Coalition; Postal Workers Union; Riverside Church Southern Africa Committee; South African Council on Sport; St. Peter Claver South Africa Committee; Jonathan Tasini, President, National Writers Union; TRI-STATE Coalition for Responsible Investment; United Auto Workers (UAW) District 65; United Auto Workers Local 259; United Church Board for World Ministries, United Church of Christ; Division of Overseas Ministries, Disciples of Christ Africa Office; Rev. Dr. Preston Washington, President, Harlem Churches for Community Improvement; Westchester People's Action Coalition (WESPAC); Women's International Resource Exchange; York College Student Government; and Youth Against Apartheid, U.N.I.S. [Note creators: the phone numbers on the leaflet are of the ACOA and ICCR.]
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa) and the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility.