by TransAfrica Forum
Washington, DC, United States
4 pages
Type: Invitation
Coverage in Africa: South Africa, Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Caribbean, Haiti
Language: English
Invitation to TransAfrica Forum’s Seventh Annual Foreign Police Conference and luncheon, "The Future of U.S. Relations with Africa and the Caribbean: Black America's Responsibility in '88," on May 27, 1988 on Capitol Hill.  The Conference Convenor will be Joyce Ladner, Chairperson of TransAfrica Forum. Speeches will be given by Faye Wattleton, President of Planned Parenthood, and Senator Edward Kennedy. Panel I: Aiding Africa's Development - Renee Poussaint, News Anchor, WJLA-TV; Herschelle Challenor, UNESCO Special liaison; Stephen Lewis, Canadian Ambassador to the United Nations; and Julian Dixon, Member of Congress, (D-CA). Panel II: Democracy and Human Rights - Kaja Nnamdi, Host, "Evening Exchange"; Raymond Joseph, Publisher, Haiti Observateur; Nzongola Ntalaja, Professor of African Studies, Howard University; and Charles Fulwood, Communications Director, Amnesty International. Panel III: Strategies for Economic Revitalization - Les Payne, Columnist, Newsday; Chandra Hardy, Economist, World Bank; Charles Skeete, Economist, Inter-American Development Bank; and Goran Ohlin, U.N. Assistant Secretary-General. Panel IV: Ending Apartheid: The Next Phase in U.S. Policy - Roger Wilkins, Senior Fellow, Institute for Policy Studies; Donald McHenry, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations; Representative Stephen Solarz (D-NY); and Senator Nancy Kassebaum (R·KS).
Used by permission of TransAfrica Forum.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers