CELEBRATE SOUTH AFRICA'S FIRST NON-RACIAL DEMOCRATIC ELECTION
by Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa, Chicago-Alexandra Sister Community Project, South Africa Forum, Southern Africa Network of Chicago Churches, Synapses
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Leaflet advertising a celebration of solidarity on Tuesday, April 26, 1994. The leaflet says Chicago area South Africans will vote on this day at the South African Consulate. The leaflet says there will be a hospitality center for South Africa voters at the AFSC office. The leaflet says the hospitality center is sponsored by the South Africa Forum, the Southern Africa Network of Chicago Churches, the Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa (CCISSA), Synapses, and the Chicago-Alexandra Sister Community Project. The leaflet discusses AFSC (American Friends Service Committee). [Note: The Southern Africa Network of Chicago Churches was a short-lived organization created in the leadup to South Africa's first democratic non-racial election in 1994. It was pulled together church people from the United Methodist Church, the United Church of Christ (UCC), the Church of the Brethren, and Lutheran Churches.]
Used by permission of former members of the Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa.
Collection: Kathleen M. Devine papers