Seattle Coalition Against Apartheid

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Duration: Unknown, existed by 1984-early 1990s
Location: Seattle, Washington, United States
Newsletter: Free South Africa!

The Seattle Coalition Against Apartheid (SCAA) was an anti-apartheid organization. SCAA protested in front of the home of the Honorary South Africa Consul James Swing. Gerald Lenoir was co-chair from 1984-1986. Maryamu Eltayeb-Givens also served as co-chair, dates unknown. (Source: "Around the Nation; 58 Held in Seattle Rally Against South Africa" The New York Times, January 21, 1985; "Zion's Pupils Write 'Dear Mr. Mandela . . . '" by Phyllis Winfield The Seattle Times, February 6, 1990; "Anti-apartheid throng pickets consul's home" by Erik P. Smith, Spokane Chronicle, January 14, 1985; Gerald Lenoir)

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Title: Southern Africa Solidarity in the U.S. Pacific Northwest (Selma Waldman collection)
Description: Selma Waldman, a Seattle based graphic artist and activist, was involved in the Seattle Coalition Against Apartheid in the 1980s. Waldman was also involved with the Liberation Support Movement (LSM). Includes other material collected by Waldman when living in various locations. Material deposited by Selma Waldman.
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