Undated, early 1988?
5 pages
Names and biographies of the speakers on the 1988 Africa Peace Tour.  Speakers include Senegalese journalist Eugene Aw, Monica Kelly Appleby, Karen Buckley, Vini Borrows, Shuping Coapoge, Imani Countess, Janet L. Craswell, Nashilongo Elago, Thandi Gcabashe, Tsehai Habte Mariam, Jerry Herman, Carroll Houle, Saba Issayas, Rob Jones, Marilyn Little, Edgar (Ted) Lockwood, Maikia M’Buzi, Nicholas Mottern, Prexy Nesbitt, Susan Nghidinwa, James Oporia-Ekwaro, Bill Eau, Betty Richardson, Dave Schwinghamer, Ann Seidman, Abeba Tesafgiorhis, Dorothy Thomas, and Lou Witherite. The document mentions issues facing African women, an education and action effort among church and community groups, the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program, the Western Sahara Campaign for Human Rights and Humanitarian Relief, self-determination for African people, the African National Congress (ANC), the Southern Africa Project for the Coalition for a New Foreign Policy, the Washington Office on Africa (WOA), the struggle for Namibian independence, the Southern Africa Peace Education Program for the Southeastern Division of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Maryknoll Fathers, the American Committee on Africa (ACOA), the Program of African Studies at Northwestern University, the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, the All-Africa Council of Churches in Nairobi, Bread for the World, Campaign Director for the Education and Outreach Department of Oxfam America, a Roman Catholic priest, the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSA),  the Association des Professionelles Africaines de la Communication (Association of African Women in Communications), Botswana, Church World Service, the National Council of Churches, USA (NCC), human rights violations, the Sahrawi Red Crescent, the Women's International Democratic Federation, the anti-apartheid movement, Chief Albert Luthuli, the Eritrean Workers Association, hunger, the Black Students’ Organization, the Coalition for a Free Southern Africa, Terrorism Act trials, the Coalition for Illinois Divestment from South Africa (CIDSA), the World Council of Churches (WCC), SWAPO (Southwest Africa People's Organization), Dutch Interchurch Aid, the World Christian Federation, the Carnegie Corporation, public education, advocacy, the first State of Emergency, Burkina Faso, Sudan, Togo, Uganda, Mali, Tanzania, health care, agricultural training, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, Chad, Senegal, Kenya, China, Switzerland, and the University of Zimbabwe. [Notes: This document may have been created by the Africa Peace Committee in Ossining, New York that organized the Africa Peace Tour. This PDF may be only part of the original document.] 

Collection: Miloanne Hecathorn papers