Projects Proposed On October 12 For Southern Africa Liberation Work

TALLY OF PRIORITY PROJECTS PROPOSED AT WORKING CONFERENCE ON SOUTHERN AFRICA
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