Projects Proposed On October 12 For Southern Africa Liberation Work

Washington, DC, United States
Apparently second half of October 1975
4 pages
Type: Policy Document
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Southern Africa, Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The document includes a "TALLY OF PRIORITY PROJECTS PROPOSED AT WORKING CONFERENCE ON SOUTHERN AFRICA" and lists groups that tentatively accepted leadership responsibility for many of the projects. These are: Boycotts: A consumer boycott of Union Carbide; Legislative Action: Focus national campaign on stopping U.S. intervention in Angola; U.S. Action: Establish an office in New York as a "U.N. Lobby"; "Hot-Line" telephone news network for action-oriented news; Analysis of Southern African Propaganda; Analysis of establishment media; Distribution of news of solidarity actions; Better distribution of Southern Africa magazine and Africa News; Use of video tape; Co-ordinate demonstrations; Clearing house for film distribution; Co-ordination of fund-raising for specific liberation movements; List of liberation support groups: which groups support which movements; Establish contacts in Africa, to disseminate material support and report on receipt; National Co-ordination center for resources; Co-ordinate liberation movement representative speaking tours; Annotated list of resources; Share methods of educational work; Corporate action: prepare "How to do it" booklet; Information about research; Zimbabwe leaflet; and Internal newsletter. [Note: These notes were prepared by staff of the Washington Office on Africa.]
Used by permission of members of several participating groups.
Collection: Carole Collins Papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections