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Preferred Citation:Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: Box number, Folder number and/or title, Cornelius Moore African activist collection, MSS 170, Special Collections, MSU Libraries, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
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Collection Summary:The collection includes documents from the Philadelphia-base group, Inited People's Campaign Against Apartheid and Racism (UPCAAR) from 1980. There are also political buttons from a number of organizations in Philadelphia, Oregon, Barcelona, Spain, and other locations. There is programs for a concert at Harvard and American Film Festival.
Historical Background:Cornelius Moore has been involved with Africa-related issues since the early 1970s. In Philadelphia, he worked with the African Liberation Support Committee in 1974-75 and with United People’s Campaign Against Apartheid and Racism (UPCAAR) beginning in the late 1970s. Cornelius Moore is currently the Co-Director of California Newsreel, the non-profit film distributor and producer that focuses on race, African American life and history, Africa and health and society.
There is one folder in this collection.
|Ban Apartheid! (4)|
|Acciό Contra L'Apartheid|
|Solidarity with the Angolan People. MPLA|
|Organize 'N' Struggle Fight Unemployment African Liberation Day|
|BAFSAM bay area free south africa movement Stop Apartheid!|
|UPCAAR : United People's Campaign Against Apartheid and Racism, Vol 1. No. 1, September 1980|
|Correspondence : UPCAAR, July 31, 1980|
|SAMRAF (South African Military Refugee Fund). Itinerary, 25 September 1980|
|Flyer : An evening of Solidarity with the people of Southern Africa sponsored by the Philadelphia SWAPO/SAMRAF Tour Coalition, 4 October |
|Program : An evening of Solidarity with the people of Southern Africa sponsored by the Philadelphia SWAPO/SAMRAF Tour Coalition, 4 October |
|Newspaper Clipping : Harris, Harry. Longshoremen protest apartheid, Oakland Tribune, 29 Nov. 1984|
|Program : AMANDLA Festival of Unity, A benefit concert for Relief and Humanitarism Aid in Southern Africa, Harvard Stadium, Saturday, July 21, 1979|
|Moore, Cornelius. Breaking the Ban : Recent Images from Southern Africa. 1989 American Film Institute Video Festival, pp. 28-33.|