Southern Africa Solidarity Committee (University of Minnesota)

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Duration: 1977 or 1978 - existed in 1979
Location: Minnesota, United States

The Southern Africa Solidarity Committee (SASC), a student group at the University of Minnesota, was formed to unite the effort of a number of independent organizations. The purpose of SASC was to support the end of apartheid and white minority rule in South Africa through the withdrawal of United States political, military and economic involvement in Southern Africa. The primary goal was the full and immediate divestment of all University of Minnesota stock in corporations doing business in South Africa. A secondary goal was the divestment of all state-owned stock in such corporations. (Source: The Student Anti-Apartheid Movement, Summary of Statements at Oct 19 UN Center Against Apartheid, American Committee on Africa, October 1979 available on this website; UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA BOARD OF REGENTS MINUTES BOARD OF REGENTS MEETING AND REGENTS COMMITTEE MEETINGS, January 11-12, 1979; and UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA BOARD OF REGENTS MINUTES BOARD OF REGENTS' MEETING AND REGENTS' COMMITTEE MEETINGS, July 12-13, 1979)

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Title: Socialist Workers Party. Minnesota Section
Time Span: 1977-1979 for Southern Africa Solidarity Committee
Description: Records of the Socialist Workers Party (Minnesota Section). The collection includes material related to the Southern Africa Solidarity Committee.
Housed At: Minnesota Historical Society
Location: 345 W. Kellogg Blvd., St. Paul, MN 55102-1906, United States
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