Bulletin: Americans for South African Resistance
by Americans for South African Resistance
New York, New York, United States
January 14, 1953
Contents: Gratitude Expressed for American Contributions • Whites Arrested in Campaign • Some Reactions of White South Africans • Literature • The Bulletin notes that a letter, with receipts for $1184, has just arrived from a responsible leader of the resistance movement in South Africa; so far approximately $2000 has come to us for forwarding to South Africa to support the families of resisters. The Bulletin reports on the arrest of Patrick Duncan and Manilal Gandhi in the Defiance Campaign Against Unjust Laws. The newsletter has information on the pamphlet Nonviolent Revolution in South Africa by George M. House published by the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR). The newsletter discusses jail, African reserves or locations, African and Indian political movements, nonviolence, the South African Indian Congress, the African National Congress (ANC), the United Party, the Bishop of Natal, Arthur W. Blaxwell, Homer A. Jack, Alan Payton, Albert Sachs, E. S. Sachs, the City Council of Kimberley, the Christian Council of South Africa, and white people.
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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