TO: California congregations

by Stop Banking on Apartheid
with Jock Brown, Miloanne Hecathorn, Jody Parsons, Mary Dot Powers, Anne Ogonowski, Ben Clark, Chris Mzoneli
San Francisco, California, United States
Undated, February 1979?
1 page
Type: Memorandum
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Chile
Language: English
Mailing from $TOP BANKING ON APARTHEID Religious Focus Group.  Congregations are invited to participate in a Day of Concern for South Africa on Sunday, April 1, 1979; A bulletin insert is available, containing a prayer, responsive reading, and information and resources to about how our banks support apartheid. Also, Protestant and Catholic church groups will address the annual shareholders meetings of Wells Fargo Bank (on April 17) and Bank of America (on April 24) about their loans to South Africa and Chile. April 17 has been designated as a "Day of Withdrawal" from Wells Fargo Bank to protest its loans to Chile. Religious Focus Group members are Jock Brown, Northern California Ecumenical Council; Miloanne Hecathorn, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC); Jody Parsons, Northern California Interfaith Committee on Corporate Responsibility; Mary Dot Powers, Ecumenical Peace Institute; Anne Ogonowski, Commission on Social Justice (Archdiocese of San Francisco); Ben Clark, Namibia Peace Center; and Chris Mzoneli, KOPANO. The memorandum also mentions Kemy Cavallari at the Bay Area Ecumenical Committee of Concern.
Used by permission of former members of Stop Banking on Apartheid.
Collection: Miloanne Hecathorn papers