Philadelphia Coalition for Justice in Angola

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Duration: 1975 - Unknown, exited in 1976
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

The Philadelphia Coalition for Justice in Angola campaigned to get the United States, including the CIA, out of Angola. The Philadelphia Coalition for Justice in Angola supported the MPLA which it saw as leading Angola to genuine independence from all foreign domination. (Source: Philadelphia Coalition for Justice in Angola documents on this website.)

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Title: Vincent Klingler papers
Time Span: 1973 - 1978
Media: 1 box (.5 linear ft.)
Description: The Vincent Klingler papers contain reports, fliers, correspondence, photographs and mailings relating to Klingler's activism as Chairperson of the Coalition to Stop Rhodesian and South African Imports, the United People's Campaign against Apartheid and Racism (UPCAAR), and the Philadelphia Coalition for Justice for Angola. Topics include U. S. longshoremen and dock worker strikes against unloading Rhodesian exports of chrome, asbestos, and nickel on the "African Neptune" and "African Sun," records relating to ILA Local Union 1291 - a majority African American longshoreman union which was boycotting unloading South African ships, South African coal exports, and American companies and university divestment from South Africa. The collection was donated by Vincent Klingler in 2017.
Housed At: Michigan State University Libraries, Special Collections
Location: 100 Library, East Lansing, MI 48824, United States
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