TransAfrica 15th Annual Dinner
FOREIGN POLICY CONFERENCE 1992
Washington, DC, United States
Leaflet about the TransAfrica 15th annual dinner at the Washington Hilton on June 6, 1992 and TransAfrica Forum’s 11th ANNUAL FOREIGN POLICY CONFERENCE on June 5 at the Dirksen Senate Office Building. The dinner speaker is His Excellency Jean Bertrand Aristide, President of The Republic of Haiti; the dinner hostess is entertainer Marilyn McCoo. The following awards will be given at the dinner: AFRICAN FREEDOM AWARD – the Rev. Charles E. Cobb, Human Rights Activist and Founding Board Member of TransAfrica; INTERNATIONAL LABOR HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD - William Lucy, International Secretary and Treasurer, AMSCME; and INTERNATIONAL LITERARY AWARD - Alice Walker, Author of The Color Purple and The Temple of My Familiar. The Foreign Policy Conference theme is "After the Cold War: Will the U.S. Abandon Africa and the Caribbean?" The Conference panels include: Africa & U.S. Foreign Policy in the New World Order; U.S. Aid Policy and Multiparty Democracy; Debt, Drugs, and Democracy in the Caribbean; and U.S. Refugee Policy. Participants in the Conference include Carol Lancaster, Georgetown University; Arthur Helton, Lawyers Committee; Wade Henderson, NAACP; Richard Bernal, Jamaican Ambassador; Francis Deng, The Brookings Institute; John Hicks, USAID; and Randall Robinson, TransAfrica Forum.
Used by permission of TransAfrica.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers