National Black United Front

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Duration: Late 1970s - current
Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States

The National Black United Front (NBUF) in the 1980s was a freedom-fighting organization working for the cultural development of African people. In 1982 NBUF established the Coalition to End Cultural Collaboration with South Africa (see organization description). (Source: Wikipedia accessed November 4, 2012; and documents on this website: SHARPEVILLE DAY with our youth, elders, and Bro. Hulme Siwundhla, National Black United Front (Seattle), March 21, 1985; RELATIONS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND SOUTH AFRICA by George Houser, Notes and Documents, August 1984, United Nations Centre Against Apartheid, Special Committee Against Apartheid; and "Building the Cultural Boycott", Southern Africa, Volume XXVI Number 1, January-February 1983, Southern Africa Committee.)