Subj: 1. Scholarship Fund for Expatriate South Africans 2. MSU Foundation Divestiture

MEMO TO CARAC MEMBERS
by Frank Beeman, Coalition Against Racism and Apartheid on Campus
with Dave Mc Connell
East Lansing, Michigan, United States
Undated, January 1986
Publisher: Coalition Against Racism and Apartheid on Campus
2 pages
Type: Memorandum
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
The memorandum says the Michigan State University (MSU) Foundation Board voted, with Trustee Dade's second, to continue to hold investments in companies operating in South Africa provided they subscribed to the Sullivan principles. There is no word from MSU President John DiBiaggio or other officials regarding the scholarship fund CARAC suggested. On January 9, Dave Mc Connell and Frank Beeman visited Jon Lacy of United Ministries in Higher Education to discuss a proposal to establish a scholarship fund to bring expatriate South African students to MSU. Lacy was enthusiastic and requested a written proposal to take to his board. A draft proposal is attached. The memorandum discusses David Wiley of the African Studies Center, Desmond Tutu, apartheid, the Carter and Reagan administrations, South African visas, internal South Africans, the African National Congress (ANC), and the African-American Institute (AAI).
Used by permission of former members of the Coalition Against Racism and Apartheid on Campus.
Collection: Patricia L. Beeman Southern Africa Liberation Committee collection, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections