by Chris Nteta, Randall Robinson, Jim Winston, Pan-African Liberation Committee
Brooklyn Village, Massachusetts, United States
April 27, 1973
Pan-African Liberation Committee
Mailing on the campaign to boycott Gulf Oil gas stations because of the company’s exploitation of oil in the Portuguese colony of Angola. Gulf Oil was one of the main financial supporters of Portugal. Enclosures with the letter: Gulf Boycott: Communications Form • Memorandum: Suggestions on How to Relate to Black Gulf Dealers • Letter to Black Gulf Dealers
Used by permission of former members of the Pan-African Liberation Committee.
Collection: Brenda Randolph Africa archive, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections