Dayton Committee for African Liberation

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Alternate Names: Dayton-Cincinnati Committee for African Liberation
Duration: Unknown, 1977 - Unknown
Location: Dayton, Ohio, United States


The Dayton Committee for African Liberation was formed for the purpose of giving support and material aid to African peoples' struggles for independence and unity. The Dayton Committee for African Liberation supported the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC), worked for the freeing of the PAC 18, and to completely rid Dayton of the South African gold coin the Krugerrand. The Dayton Committee for African Liberation supported the freedom fighters in Azania (South Africa), Namibia and Zimbabwe. The Dayton Committee opposed U.S. and any foreign investment in South Africa. The Dayton Committee for African Liberation supported Africa for the Africans and opposed the activities of the two superpowers, the U.S. and the U.S.S.R. in Africa. Apparently the same as the Dayton-Cincinnati Committee for African Liberation, may have moved its headquarters and mailing address to Cincinnati. (Source: Dayton Committee for African Liberation document on this website; and Midwest Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa Newsletter, December 1978, available on this website)