by Africa Research Group
Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
June 1971
7 pages
Contents: NEO-COLONIALISM AND IMPERIALISM: ORIGINAL STUDIES • I. INSTITUTIONS AND POLICY • II. RESEARCH • ALSO DISTRIBUTED BY ARG • III. ARG REPRINT SERIES • Material available from the Africa Research Group include: African Studies in America: The Extended Family; The CIA in Africa; International Dependency: How America Underdevelops the World; David and Goliath Collaborate in Africa; Polaroid and South Africa; Radical Study Guide to Africa; Research Methodology Guide; The University-Military-Police Complex; Apartheid and Imperialism: A Study of U.S. Corporate Involvement in South Africa; Allies in Empire: The U.S. and Portugal in Africa; Gulf Oil: A Study in Exploitation by the Committee of Returned Volunteers; Vitoria e Certa (Paredon Records); RACE TO POWER: The Struggle for Southern Africa; The Struggle for Guinea by Amilcar Cabral; Class Struggle in Africa by Samir Amin; The Powers Behind Apartheid by G. Fasulo; Tale of a Guerrilla Fighter [from Ramparts]; Repression in Ethiopia by the Ethiopian Students Union of North America; West Africa and the Atlantic Slave Trade by Walter Rodney; Socialism in Africa by Giovanni Arrighi and John Saul, Social Development in Africa by Glynn Hughes. The brochure also lists items not distributed by the Africa Research Group including: Sechaba published by the African National Congress; Southern Africa magazine published by the Southern Africa Committee; SWAPO Information Bulletin published by South West Africa People's Organization; South West Africa by Ruth First [Penguin]; Zimbabwe Review published by the Zimbabwe African People's Union (ZAPU); Mozambique Revolution published by the Front for the Liberation of Mozambique (FREMILO); Mozambique Will Win by the Committee of Returned Volunteers; Facts and Reports published by the Angola Committee (Holland) Revolution in Guinea by Amilcar Cabral; The Struggle in Guinea by Basil Davidson; Armed Struggle in Africa by Gerard Chaliand; and the Cuban film "Madina Boe". The brochure includes remarks by Martin Nicolaus at the American Sociological Association convention in 1968. The brochure says the Africa Research Group is a research and educational organization committed to promoting a more informed concern with the role the U.S. plays in the domination of Africa. The brochure discusses NACLA (North American Congress on Latin America), the Third World, Africa Today, Monthly Review, the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA), Liberation Support Movement, the Liberation Movement for Guinea and Cape Verde Islands (PAIGC), Newsreel, and the African National Congress (ANC).
Used by permission of Danny Schechter, Sam Barnes and Robert Maurer, former members of Africa Research Group.
Collection: William Minter Southern Africa Papers