Southern Africa: The Struggle for Self-Determination and Human Rights in South Africa, Zimbabwe (Rhodesia), Namibia (S.W.Africa), and Angola

by Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Spring 1977
4 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: Angola, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
This pamphlet is about the struggle for self-determination and human rights in South Africa, Zimbabwe (Rhodesia), Namibia (S.W. Africa), and Angola. The pamphlet urges demilitarizing the U.S. policy in Southern Africa by observing the arms embargo, withdrawal of U.S. tax credits for investments in Southern Africa, halting Export-Import Bank financing for South Africa, no sales of the Krugerrand in the U.S., boycotts of South African good and stockholders' actions against U.S. firms investing in Southern Africa, normalization of U.S. relations with the People's Republic of Angola, support for political prisoners in South Africa and Namibia, Free U.N supervised elections in Namibia, ending Rhodesian recruiting of mercenaries in the U.S., enforcement of Rhodesian sanction. Contents: South Africa • What does Apartheid mean to a Black? • What is banning and detention? • Zimbabwe • Namibia • Angola • We can write to editors, elected persons, the State Department •Resources
Used by permission of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom.
Collection: Ruth Brandon Papers