Protest Princeton's Financial Support of Racism in Southern Africa

by New Jersey Committee on Southern Africa
with Fred Bogardus, Muhammed Diop, Robert Blockum, Rod Hamilton, David Wiley, William Scott
Princeton, New Jersey, United States
April 1968
6 pages
Type: Mailing
Coverage in Africa: Southern Africa, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Leaflet "Protest Princeton's Financial Support of Racism in Southern Africa" • Investments of Princeton University in U.S. Companies with Known Director Holdings, Operations, or Subsidiaries in Southern Africa • Letter to The Trustees of Princeton University Contents of letter: The South African policy of apartheid has systematically and increasingly oppressed the majority of the population • South Africa, Rhodesia, and the Portuguese are involved in campaigns of spying, subversion, assassination and fomenting unrest in black nations • U.S. involvement in southern Africa strengthens and undergirds the governments and, thereby, the apartheid and "separate development" • U.S. corporations are not willing to voluntarily forego the high profit derived from cheap labor under the southern African regimes • It is in the economic self-interest of the U.S. to side with the black and multiracial nations of Africa against the racist regimes
Used by permission of David Wiley and William Scott, former members of the Committee.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root