New York Student Coalition Against Racism

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Duration: Unknown, existed in 1975 - Unknown, existed in 1976
Location: New York, New York, United States


In 1976 the New York Student Coalition Against Racism campaigned against U.S. intervention in Angola, aiding South African military intervention in Angola. The New York Student Coalition Against Racism called on all those who opposed the war in Vietnam to mobilize against U.S. intervention in Angola. Apparently the main focus of the organization was racism in the U.S. (Source: New York Student Coalition Against Racism document on this website; Columbia Daily Spectator, VOL. C-No. 8, September 16, 1975; and Columbia Daily Spectator VOL. C-No. 94, April 1, 1976.)