AFRICAN AGENDA

(Vol. 4 No. 4)
by African American Solidarity Committee
Chicago, Illinois, United States
June-July 1975
8 pages
Contents: Women's Liberation Is Essential For The Revolution • International Women's Year 1975 • Chile's Experience And Problems Of The Class Struggle Part II • Scientific Socialism In Africa • Africa’s Choice • One Million Voices • Recommended Books • After 477 Years Of Struggle • The liberation of women is the guarantee of the continuity of the revolution and the precondition for its victory. The National Anti-Imperialist Movement in Solidarity with African Liberation (NAIMSAL) launched a petition campaign calling for South Africa to be expelled from the United Nations. Mozambique’s independence was achieved on June 25, 1975 when the Mozambique Liberation Front (FRELIMO) took over the government. Less than two weeks later, on July 5, 1975, the Republic of the Cape Verde Islands became independent under the leadership of the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and the Cape Verde Islands (PAIGC). The newsletter mentions President Samora Machel, the Allende government, Marien Ngouabi, the Congolese Party of Labor (CPL), the People's Republic of the Congo, Congo (Brazzaville), Marxism-Leninism, Soviet Russia, Marx, Frederick Engels, the Organization of African Unity (OAU), the Zimbabwe liberation movement, the African National Council of Rhodesia, Prime Minister Vorster, the trade boycott and oil embargo, armed struggle, the Ian Smith regime, Tony Monteiro, Marcelino Dos Santos, labor, Harold Rogers, Diane Richards, Rudaki, Chukwa Dinobi, Linda Murray, and the Novosti Press Agency. This newsletter was digitized by The Freedom Archives that provided it to the African Activist Archive Project.
Used by permission of Otis Cunningham and Prexy Nesbitt, former members of the African American Solidarity Committee.
 
Collection: The Freedom Archives