CFM News and Notes
by Committee for a Free Mozambique
New York, New York, United States
The single article in the newsletter, “Tete: Now the Main Front,” discusses FRELIMO’s intensified activities in Tete province since August, 1971 that have made it more difficult for Portugal to complete the Cabora Bassa hydroelectric scheme along the Zambezi River. The cover letter reports that CFM sent FRELIMO nearly a ton of clothing collected in New York, especially from students at Lincoln University. The letter say that Bob Van Lierop and Bob Fletcher, Afro-American photojournalists who recently spent six weeks in the liberated areas of Mozambique, are available for speaking engagements. The cover letter reports on other CFM activity , including participating in a national Southern Africa liberation support conference in Washington, D.C. and in a demonstration with Columbia University groups protesting university and American corporate involvement in Namibia and commemorating the Sharpeville Massacre.
Used by permission of former members of the Committee for a Free Mozambique.
Collection: Robert E. Maurer Papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections