University of Chicago President Hanna Gray and Former Senator Dick Clark (D-Iowa) to Speak on Corporate and University Involvement in South Africa
by University of Chicago Action Committee on South Africa
February 20, 1979
Press release announcing a forum on corporate and university involvement in South Africa to be held on Tuesday, February 27. The panelists include President Hanna Gray and Dick Clark (former Chairman Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Africa). Other speakers include Zola Zemba, executive member of the South African Congress of Trade Unionists, Jennifer Davis, research director of the American Committee on Africa, and John Chettle, director for North and South America of the South Africa Foundation. The press release says that the U.C. Action Committee on South Africa, sponsor of the event, will be represented by Kinsey Wilson and that the moderator will be Julius Wilson, Chairman of the Department of Sociology at the University of Chicago. The press release says that on Monday evening, February 26, there will be an informal meeting with Zola Zemba. Contacts listed on the press release are Carole Collins and Bob Van Meter.
Collection: Carole Collins Papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections