by Princeton Coalition for Divestment
Princeton, New Jersey, United States
Undated, late April 1985
1 page
Type: Memorandum
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Memorandum asking people to phone members of the Princeton University administration on Tuesday April 30 and Wednesday May 1, 1985 including President William Bowen, Assistant to the President Judith Walzer, Secretary to the President M. Snowden, Financial Vice Pres. & Treasurer Carl Schafer, Provost Neil Rudenstine, Assistant Provost Richard Spies, Assistant Provost Conrad Snowden, and Assistant Provost Kay Ferdinandsen. The memorandum says tell the administration how you feel! The mmorandum says this Tuesday and Wednesday, call any of the administrators at the numbers listed below and tell them you believe the University should divest from corporations which do business in South Africa; please keep calling down the list until you get through, and if these people won't speak to you, leave a message! [This item is included in "The Princeton Coalition for Divestment: A Case History, April - June 1985."]
Used by permission of Thomas J. Knock. 
Collection: Thomas J. Knock papers