Chicago Coalition on Southern Africa - Minutes - Sept. 26, 1978

by Chicago Coalition on Southern Africa
Chicago, Illinois, United States
September 26, 1978 (meeting date)
2 pages
Type: Meeting Minutes
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Present • 1. News Update • 2. Showing of slide show on trade union movement in So. Africa and SACTU • 3. Status of visit by liberation movement Oct. 10-12 • 4. Reports from Task Forces on plans of action • Education Outreach • Fundraising • Legislative • 5. Report on City Council Resolution • 6. Northwestern University Conference on southern Africa • Northwest Univ. Monday might discussion series • NEXT MEETING • The document discusses the UN plan for elections in Namibia, recent Rhodesian attacks inside Mozambique, the Rhodesian boarder, Michael Morgan, SAMRAF (South African Military Refugee Aid Fund), CACL (Clergy and Laity Concerned), John Stockwell, Jennifer Davis, American Committee on Africa (ACOA), NWRC (New World Resource Center), CDFP, Ann Seidman, the ANC (African National Congress), SWAPO, AFSC (American Friends Service Committee), WOA (Washington Office on Africa), IFCO (Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization), Prime Minister Vorster, Peter Botha (P.W. Botha), the Patriotic Front, the Carter Administration, visas, the Smith government (Ian Smith), SACTU (South African Congress of Trade Unions), the UN (United Nations), Methodists, student groups, Brown University, multinational corporations in southern Africa, the Chicago City Council, Alderman Frost, the CIA’s Angola Task Force, divestment, a fund-raising drive, and city placement of funds in banks.
Used by permission of former members of Chicago Coalition on Southern Africa.
Collection: Carole Collins Papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections