Groups which were Represented at the October 11-13 Working Conference on Southern Africa at Madison, Wisconsin

Washington, DC, United States
Late 1975
2 pages
A list of more than 40 U.S. and Canadian groups that were represented at the Working Conference on Southern Africa. The U.S. groups came from the East, Mid-West, South, West and Canada. Groups listed include the African Liberation Support Committee, New York; the African Liberation Support Committee, Baltimore; the Afro-American Information Service; the American Committee on Africa (ACOA); the Anti-Apartheid Committee for Selective Purchasing; Center for Social Action, United Church of Christ; the Committee for a Free Mozambique; the Congress of Afrikan People, New York; the Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa (ECSA); Friends of Angola; the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR); the International Defense and Aid Fund for Southern Africa; the Interreligious Foundation for Community Organizing (IFCO); the Philadelphia Coalition to Stop Rhodesian and South African Imports; Operation Namibia; the Southern Africa Committee; the Syracuse Committee on Southern African Liberation; the Task Force on Southern Africa, Potomac Association, United Church of Christ; the United Methodist Office for the United Nations; the U.S. Catholic Conference; the Washington Office on Africa (WOA); the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC); Ann Arbor Southern Africa Committee; the Chicago Committee for the Liberation of Angola, Mozambique and Guinea, the Congress of Afrikan People, St. Louis; the Congress of Afrikan People, South Bend; the Indiana Southern Africa Committee; the Lutheran Committee on Namibia; Madison; the Lutheran Global Justice Task Force; the Lutheran Human Relations Association; the Madison Area Committee on Southern Africa (MACSA); the Southern Africa Liberation Committee; the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ); the African Liberation Support Committee, Atlanta; Africa News Service; the Freedom Information Service; the African Activist Association; the Bay Area Namibia Action Group (BAY-NAG), the Southern Africa Action Coalition; and the Southern Africa Information Group.
Used by permission of members of several participating groups.
Collection: Carole Collins Papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections