ANTI-APARTHEID COMMITTEE HEARS STATEMENTS BY UNITED STATES STATE LEGISLATORS ON ACTION TAKEN AGAINST INVESTMENTS IN SOUTH AFRICA

by United Nations Department of Public Information
New York, New York, United Nations
April 15, 1983
7 pages
Type: Press Release
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, United Nations
Language: English
Press release about the Special Committee Against Apartheid hearing statements by 16 U.S. state legislators who have played an important role in legislative action against investments in South Africa. Making statements in support of actions taken by the United States legislators were Enuga Reddy, Assistant Secretary-General of the Centre Against Apartheid; Dumisani Kumalo of the American Committee on Africa; and Ahmed G. Ebrahin, Permanent Observer from the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC), and representatives of Nigeria, Algeria and Sudan. U.S. state legislators making statements were Senator Jack Backman (Massachusetts), Councilwoman Joan Specter (Philadelphia), Rep. Virgil Smith (Michigan), Rep. Perry Bullard (Michigan), Councilman John Ray (Washington, DC), Rep. Norman Justice (Kansas), Rep. Marcia Coggs (Wisconsin), Senator Ernie Chambers (Nebraska), Rep. Randy Staten (Minnesota), Senator Thomas Mann (Iowa), Senator Joe Neal (Nevada), Rep. Larry Evans (Texas), Senator William Bowen (Ohio), Rep. Sylvania Woods (Maryland), Rep. Tyrone Brooks (Georgia) and Rep. Ed Leek (Oregon). [Note: Enuga Reddy often went by E.S. Reddy or ES Reddy.]
Collection: Private collection of Richard Knight