Washington Notes on Africa

by Washington Office on Africa
with Janet Jakobsen, Jackie Wilson, Nkechi Taifa, Kenneth Zinn, Jean Sindab
Washington, DC, United States
Summer/Autumn 1983
8 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Canada
Language: English
Contents: Reagan Defends South Africa Policy • Congress Considers South Africa Bills • Anti-Apartheid Victories! • DC Divest • Dennis Brutus • Drought and Destabilization Confront Southern Africa • NEWSBRIEFS • South African Agents Proliferate • WCC and March Condemn Apartheid • Cultural Boycott Picks Up Steam! • The newsletter discusses the Reagan Administration, Under Secretary of State Lawrence S. Eagleburger, constructive engagement, P.W. Botha, the African National Congress (ANC), Oliver Tambo, the liberation struggle, the Frontline States, banning, detention, torture, Neil Aggett, the Lesotho Liberation Army, the Mozambique National Resistance (MNR), UNITA, Prime Minister Leabua Jonathan, the South African Defense Force (SADF, South African Defence Force), General Constand Viljoen, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Chester Crocker, decolonization, the USSR, the International Financial Recovery Act (the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Authorization Bill), Jerry Patterson, Mike Lowery, Julian Dixon, the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), Phil Gramm, the Export Administration Act (HR 3231), Howard Berman, human rights, U.S. corporations investing in South Africa, Stephen Solarz, the Sullivan principles, Rev. Leon Sullivan, General Motors, the International Gold Corporation of South Africa, Krugerrand dealers, lobbyists, William Gray, Gerald Solomon, Paul Tsongas, the National South Africa Lobby Day, the District of Columbia, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, the Southern African Development Coordinating Conference (SADCC), President Samora Machel, Botswana President Dr. Quett Masire, Bantustans, Transkei, Ciskei, Bophuthatswana, Venda, Stuart Spencer, John Sears, the South African Tourist Corporation, the World Council of Churches (WCC), Rev. Allan Biesak, the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, Bishop Desmond Tutu, the South African Council of Churches (SACC), Rev. Jesse Jackson, the NAACP, Benjamin Hooks, the Patrice Lumumba Coalition, the Africa Jazz Society, Artists and Athletes Against Apartheid, TransAfrica, Jean Sindab, Matabeleland, dissidents, the Fifth Brigade, and Option Two of National Security Study Memorandum (NSSM) 39.
Used by permission of the Washington Office on Africa.
Collection: Dean McHenry, Jr. Southern Africa Collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections