by Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa
with Bonnie Bishop, Liz Dressen
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Contents: Women and the Struggle for Liberation in South Africa • The South Africa Boxing Connection • Women in Zimbabwe • The Making of a Woman Activist • Women Organizing Against Violence • Death of a Leader • The Victory of the Nicaraguan People • Apartheid and the City of Cambridge • BCLSA Update (Willie Sanders March, Fall Activities, Dates to Remember) • Please Help • Who We Are • The newsletter includes an article about Caroline Hunter and the formation of the Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement. The newsletter discusses the Winnie Mandela Solidarity Committee (WMSC), Bantustans, homelands, domestic work, the Soweto uprising, women’s pass law campaigns, the Olympics, the American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society (ACCESS), the World Boxing Association (WBA), Bob Arum, traditional and colonial repression of women, the Marriage Act of 1964, Charm Zvipange, ZANU President Robert Mugabe, Nehanda Nyakasikana, Agostinho Neto, and WBZ-TV.
Used by permission of former members of the Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa.
Collection: Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections