Washington Notes on Africa
by American Committee on Africa
with Gary Gappert (Editor)
Washington, DC, United States
Coverage in Africa:
, South Africa
, Southern Africa
, Democratic Republic of the Congo
The newsletter reports on a story by WETA-TV that President Nixon has become the toast of the white settlers in Rhodesia. Charles Diggs, Chairman of the House Africa Subcommittee, is planning a trip to South Africa during the August recess. Contents: 1. The Toast of Rhodesia • 2. South Africa Tourism • 4. South African Sugar • 5. Congressional Visits Behind the Color Curtain • 6. AID, Africa and Institutional Racism • 7. The Alvin Wolfe Bibliography on U.S. Interests in Southern Africa • 8. The New York Times • 8. Nigeria-Biafra • 9. The Portuguese Threat to the Peace • 10. Liberia Honors Diggs and McGee • 11. Other Notes • ACOA Wants You • Allegations of Torture in South African Prisons
This item was digitized for Aluka, which made it available to the African Activist Archive.
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Africa Action Archive