Student and Youth Action News

by The Africa Fund
with Jennifer Davis
New York, New York, United States
Spring 1988
6 pages
Type: Newsletter
Coverage in Africa: Namibia, South Africa, Southern Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States, Central America, United Nations
Language: English
Contents: Making the Links, THE STATE OF U.S. STUDENT AND YOUTH ANTI-APARTHEID ORGANIZING • WE NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU • ACTION ROUND-UP • New England • Dartmouth College; Hanover, New Hampshire • Harvard/Radcliffe; Cambridge, Massachusetts • University of Maine; Bangor, Maine • Northeast • Black Student Communications Organizing Network (BSCON; Jamaica, New York • Children for Worldwide Peace and Educators for Social Responsibility/Metro; New York City • City College, City University of New York; New York City • Columbia University; New York City • D.C. Student Coalition Against Apartheid and Racism (SCAR), Washington, D.C. • Hamilton College; Clinton, New York • Pennsylvania State University; State College, Pennsylvania • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Troy, New York • Rutgers University; New Brunswick, New Jersey • State University of New York - Buffalo; Buffalo, New York • Syracuse University; Syracuse, New York • Wesleyan University; Middletown, Connecticut • South • Children Against Apartheid; Houston, Texas • Georgia Black Student Association (GBSA); Atlanta, Georgia • University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina • University of Kentucky; Lexington, Kentucky • Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Blacksburg, Virginia • Midwest • Albion College; Albion, Michigan • Augustana College; Rock Island, Illinois • Bowling Green State University; Bowling Green, Ohio • Northern Michigan University; Marquette, Michigan • University of Chicago; Chicago, Illinois • University of Illinois - Champaign/Urbana; Urbana, Illinois • University of Michigan - Ann Arbor; Ann Arbor, Michigan • University of Missouri - Columbia; Columbia, Missouri • Washington University; St. Louis, Missouri • West • California State University; San Bernadino, California • Stanford University; Stanford, California • University of California System: University of California Student Association (UCSA) • Berkeley • Santa Barbara • University of Colorado; Boulder, Colorado • University of Hawaii; Wahiawa, Hawaii • University of Washington; Seattle, Washington • A MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR • NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND RESOURCE CENTERS • The newsletter discusses sanctions, Nelson Caspiro,  Harvard/Radcliffe Alumni Against Apartheid, the Harvard/Radcliffe Southern Africa Solidarity Committee, divestment, Black South Africans, Dorothy Benz, Noah Berger, Jay Hodis, Maine Peace Action Committee, Willy Terry, Solomon Mahlangu, the African National Congress (ANC), hanging, Umkhonto we Sizwe, Nessim Watson, the South African and Namibian Students' Organization, Fred Dube, Students Against Militarism, the U.S. Department of Education, American University, a vigil against apartheid, Dr. Martin Luther King, Angela Parker, the Coalition Against Racism and Apartheid, divestment, the national selective purchase campaign, Kellogg's, Lisbeth Achilles, the Committee for Justice in South Africa, African-American students, Kim Tynan, the Student Committee on South Africa, Steve Brady, the Rensselaer Alliance for Peace, John Martin, the Anti-Apartheid Solidarity Committee, the South African Conference of Trade Unions, the South West Africa Peoples Organization (SWAPO), the National Conference of Black Lawyers, Lassina Traore, People for Peace and Justice, the South African Action Group (SAAG), Anyika Allen, a Southern Youth and Student Summit in Solidarity with the Peoples' Cause in Southern Africa and Central America, the American Committee on Africa (ACOA), Abdul Lateef Muhammad, Joel Segal, the Back Student Political Caucus, the Black Student Union, the Kentucky Student Government Association, Richard Sharpe, the Campus Action Council, Michelle Boucher, a Southern African Awareness Week, the Issue Action Forum, Kate Sjursen, R. Errol Lam, Associated Students of Northern Michigan University (ASNUM), Students for Divestment in South Africa, Tommy Frye, University of Chicago Alumni and Friends for Divestment, the Champaign/Urbana Coalition Against Apartheid (CUCAA), David Hutchinson, Lisa Crooms, Colon McCord, Marty Ellington, the Free South Africa Coalition, Pam Nadasen, Jacqueline Judy, Action Against Apartheid, The Africa Fund's UNLOCK APARTHEIDS JAILS campaign, Susan Meisenhelder, Stanford Students for a Free South Africa, Nat Sheidley, Michael Berry, Jamie Acton, Dan Diritol, the Sharpeville Massacre, the Hawaii Committee for Africa, Dumisani Kumalo, Jon Kageniro, Students Against Apartheid, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), California Newsreel/Southern Africa Media Center, TransAfrica, the United Nations Center Against Apartheid (Centre Against Apartheid), the United Nations Commissioner for Namibia, and the Washington Office on Africa (WOA).
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Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to The Africa Fund).
Collection: Africa Action Archive