Bulletin: Americans for South African Resistance
by Americans for South African Resistance
with Manilal Gandhi, Z. K. Matthews
New York, New York, United States
November 18, 1952
Contents: Extract from a letter from an African correspondent in South Africa, November 5, 1952 • Extract from a letter written by an African woman on the South African situation • The South African Crisis, Statement by Professor Z. K. Matthews • A letter just received from Manilal Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi's son, dated November 11th, contained this paragraph • Literature List • This issue of the Bulletin reports on developments in regard to the South African situation. The Bulletin notes that the nonviolent Campaign Against Unjust Laws continues unabated and reports on developments around South Africa. The Bulletin comments on "riots" reported in the press and the African National Congress (ANC). The Bulletin includes a statement by Z. K. Matthews of the ANC. Bulletin notes that the special Political Committee at the United Nations voted by in favor of a resolution presented by fifteen countries having to do with the treatment of the Indian group in South Africa.
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Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: American Committee on Africa collection, Amistad Research Center