Subject: Discussion of plans, programs and strategies to bring about the removal of the McGoff name from the Festival Stage

by Frank Beeman, Coalition Against Racism and Apartheid on Campus
East Lansing, Michigan, United States
June 27, 1984
Publisher: Coalition Against Racism and Apartheid on Campus
1 page
Type: Memorandum
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Memorandum to Ruth Hamilton, Sociology; Barrie Thorne,Sociology; David Dwyer, Anthropology and African Studies; Nath Ejelonu , African Students Union; Valorie Colbert, African Studies; Lisa Jones, Office of Black Affairs; Katherine See, James Madison; Marylee Crofts, African Studies; Marilyn Frye, Philosophy; Lee June, Counseling; Ernest Moore , Audiology; Emily Phillips, African Studies Center; Jerome Espy, National Pan Hellenic and ASMSU; Joyce Ladenson, American Thought and Language; and Forrest Carter, Marketing and Transportation. The memorandum says at a meeting during spring term 1984 with Drs. Ruth Hamilton, Barrie Thorne, Marilyn Frye, Lee June and David Dwyer, it was decided to hold a second and larger meeting at the beginning of fall term. The memorandum says a coalition of faculty, staff and students to work against any actions, symbols or vestiges of racism and apartheid at the University has been slowly developing over the past several years. The memorandum discusses MSU (Michigan State University), ASMSU (Associated Students of MSU), and Berkey Hall.
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