ACOA Action News

(No. 10)
by American Committee on Africa
with D.S. Kumalo, Allison Drew, Michael Ward, Michael Fleshman
New York, New York, United States
Fall 1981
4 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: Contents: First of its kind, Conference on Public Investment and South Africa • Keynote Address… Sen. Julian Bond, GA • Questions and Answers about Divestment • The newsletter includes information on AFSCME, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Shearson Loeb Rhodes Inc., the California Governor's Task Force on Public Investment, Pension and Investment Control Issues, the Conference on Alternative State and Local Policies, NAACP, the Lutheran Coalition on Southern Africa, Mass Community Action, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Clergy and Laity Concerned, the Connecticut Anti-Apartheid Committee, the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, TransAfrica, the United Methodist Office for the U.N., the Washington Office on Africa, the Special Committee Against Apartheid, the Sullivan Principles, General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Exxon, Mobil, Texaco, Standard Oil of California, OPEC, Control Data Corp., Space Research Inc., Citibank, the African National Congress (ANC), Bishop Tutu, the South African Council of Churches, Michigan State University, the Commercial Catering and Allied Workers Union, MACWUSA, the Carter Administration, and Nixon. The people the newsletter includes information on include: David O. Throp, William Lucy, Robert Schwartz, Randy Barber, William Schweke, B. Akporode Clark, Ernie Chambers, Jack Backman, Steve Biko, Roger Green, Tozamile Botha, Oliver Tambo, Nancy Elliott, Emma Mashinini, Dumile Makanda, Jesse Helms, Joe Neal, Al Van, William Dyson, William O’Neil, Virgil Smith, Perry Bullard, Marcia Coggs, Allan Spear, Karen Clark, William Curry, Al Price, and William McCoy.
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Africa Action Archive