San Francisco Anti-Apartheid Committee

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Duration: Unknown, apparently existed in mid-1980s and early 1990s
Location: San Francisco, California, United States
Newsletter: Anti-Apartheid Alert (San Francisco)

The San Francisco Anti-Apartheid Committee was a member of the Bay Area Anti-Apartheid Network. The San Francisco Anti-Apartheid Committee published a newsletter Anti-Apartheid Alert from 1985 to 1991.  (Source: Bay Area Anti-Apartheid Network publication on this website; Anti-apartheid alert [microform] / San Francisco Anti-Apartheid Committee accessed January 31, 2015; and archives of the American Committee on Africa.) 

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Title: American Committee on Africa
Time Span: 1949 - 2001
Media: 284.07 Linear Feet; publications, correspondence, research files, pamphlets, periodicals, posters, photos, audio tapes, videos, etc.
Description: Papers, records, publications 1949-2001 of the American Committee on Africa (ACOA). Includes the some material of Americans for South African Resistance (AFSAR). The collection includes the correspondence, project and research files of the American Committee on Africa (ACOA). The collection includes publications, newsletters, photos, posters, videos and films published by ACOA and other organizations. The collection includes papers, articles and correspondence of Adotei Akwei, Michael Fleshman, Jennifer Davis, James Farmer, Donald Harrington, Mary-Louise Hooper, George M. Houser, Paul Irish, Richard Knight, Dumisani S. Kumalo, Richard Lapchick, Conrad Lynn, Frank Montero, Prexy Nesbitt, Andrew E. Norman, Joshua Nessen, Wyatt Tee Walker, Peter Weiss and many others. It also includes correspondence with numerous African liberation movement leaders. In May 2013 a finding aid American Committee on Africa records addendum, 1949-2001 was added. The collection also includes material from many other U.S. and international solidarity and anti-colonial and anti-apartheid organizations. For more information on see "No One Can Stop the Rain: Glimpses of Africa's Liberation Struggle" by George M. Houser (New York: The Pilgrim Press, 1989) and "Meeting Africa's Challenge - The Story of ACOA" by George M. Houser, ISSUE: A Quarterly Journal of Africanist Opinion, Volume VI, Numbers 2/3 Summer /Fall 1976. Donated by the American Committee on Africa.
Housed At: Amistad Research Center
Location: Tilton Hall, Tulane University, 6823 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118, United States
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Phone: (504) 862-3222
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