Peace Center Newsletter

by Peace Education Center
with Southern Africa Liberation Committee
East Lansing, Michigan, United States
December 1975
14 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Angola, South Africa, Southern Africa, Zimbabwe
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: CALENDER OF COMING EVENTS • THE PEACE CENTER IN TRANSITION • 1976 CALENDARS • PEACE CENTER VOLUNTEER STAFFING • WHY FOREIGN AID? • LATE NEWS FLASH • CIA INTERVENTION IN ANGOLA • NO ECONOMIC AID TO DICTATORS • PEOPLE AGAINST SANGUINE/SEAFARER • LAST GRAVE AT DIMBAZA • SAFEGUARD ABM SYSTEM TO SHUT DOWN; 5 BILLION SPENT IN 6 YEARS SINCE DEBATE • FORWARD WITH THE REVOLUTION • S-1 WOULD JAIL ALL IF US • More Alternative Gift Ideas • Announcing new resources of the World Hunger Task Force • OPTIONS FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS DINNER • The newsletter says the Southern Africa Liberation Committee meets every Monday night. The newsletter says the Peace Center has launched a campaign to assist the nationwide movement to get the U.S. out of Angola; assist in preventing another Vietnam-type fiasco; assist in the development of an anti-imperialist network; and assist in the dissemination of information exposing long-term support of U.S. support of Portuguese colonialism, covert actions by the CIA since 1962, corporate involvement in Southern Africa, U.S. support for racist South Africa, current American military involvement in Angola, and secret entanglements by Henry Kissinger and co. The newsletter discusses Bud Day, Dick Clark, Congressperson Bob Carr, FNLA, UNITA, MPLA, Holden Roberto, Jonas Savimbi, Mobutu Sese Seko , Zaire, President Ford, assassinations, the Senate Intelligence Committee, Patrice Lumumba, President Eisenhower, President Kennedy, white South African troops, Portuguese mercenaries, the International Security Assistance Bill, the Foreign Military Sales Act, ZANLA, Zimbabwe African National Union (ZANU), Sarudzai Ohurucheminza, Tapson Mawere, and the African National Congress.
Used by permission of the Peace Education Center.
Collection: Carol B. Thompson and Bud Day Papers on Southern Africa, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections