News of the New Jersey Committee on Southern Africa
(I - 1)
by New Jersey Committee on Southern Africa
Princeton, New Jersey, United States
approximately April, 1968
Contents: Large Demonstration Planned Newark at Engelhard Minerals & Chemicals Corp. = Major New Jersey Support of South Africa • Bus from Princeton to Take 20 Protesters! Seats Now Available - Reserve Your Space Now! • Who is Charles Engelhard ? ? ? • N.J.COSA & Mine Organizations Negotiating With Princeton University on Investments in U.S. Companies with Holdings in South Africa • Trustee Response • Administration Interpretation • Victory on the Olympics • N.J. COSA Action on the Olympics • What About Rhodesia? • Information on Southern Africa Available N.J. COSA Speakers Now Ready to Accept Invitations to Clubs, Churches, Businesses • You Help in Needed • Telling It Like It Is - What One Person Can Do With A Little Bit of Effort • American Committee on Africa Changes Address • What You Can Do - Individual Action Needed • Facts-Info- Now Available • 1. The Banks and Apartheid • 2. U.S. Firms Having Subsidiaries, Affiliates or Branches in South Africa • 3. Southern Africa Newsletter • 4. Material Available from the American Committee on Africa 5. Racism in Southern Africa: Challenge to U.S. Policy • 6. Africa Today
Used by permission of David Wiley and William Scott, former members of the Committee.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root