SOUTHERN AFRICA: THE CRISIS DEEPENS, THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES
The 2nd Annual Marlin Luther King, Jr. Symposium on Southern Africa
by Washington Office on Africa Educational Fund
Washington, DC, United States
March or a little earlier 1988
Leaflet advertising a three-day conference on South Africa's regional aggression and destabilization in southern Africa sponsored by the Washington Office on Africa Educational Fund including a Community Rally Against Apartheid at Metropolitan AME Church on April 7, 1988. Events at Shiloh Baptist Church on April 8, 1988 include film showings, Overview of Crisis in Southern Africa, and Education for Action Workshops on War Against Children in Southern Africa, Refugees and Displaced Persons in Southern Africa, Women Under Apartheid, Dynamics of the Southern African Economy-Role of SADCC (Southern African Development Coordination Conference), and Trade Unions in the Struggle. Program on April 9 includes Update on South Africa and Namibia, Sanctions and Divestment, and Education for Action Workshops on Material Aid Campaigns, Ending Aid to UNITA/RENAMO, Namibian Independence, Plight of Southern Africa's Children, Support for SADCC/Frontline States, Utilizing the Media, and ‘88 Elections.
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the Africa Policy Information Center).
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers