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Boycotts -- South Africa.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

American Coordinating Committee for Equality in Sport and Society (ACCESS) records

Identifier: MSS 280 large
Scope and Contents The collection includes correspondence and papers of organizations boycotting international sports in South Africa, original diaries of Richard Lipchick and is complemented by Papers of Richard Lapchick at Northeastern University. Aspects of the history of ACCESS are covered in three books by Lapchick: Broken promises: racism in American sports (New York: St. Martin's, 1984); Five minutes to midnight: race and sport in the 1990s (Lanham: Madison Books, 1991); and Smashing barriers: race and...
Dates: approximately 1969-1991

Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa collection

Identifier: MSS 282 large
Scope and Contents Records of the Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa (BCLSA) and similar Massachusetts organizations. The collection includes flyers, posters, newsletters, pamphlets, research papers, internal strategy reports, correspondence, press clippings, slide-cassette kits (on Angola, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Women Under Apartheid, First National Bank of Boston and Massachusetts South Africa Connection), a cloth banner (U.S. Out of El Salvador and South Africa) and tablecloth/hanging...
Dates: approximately 1970-1990

Carol B. Thompson and Bud Day papers on Southern Africa

Identifier: MSS 329 large
Scope and Contents The Carol Thompson and Bud Day papers document the struggle for the liberation of Southern Africa. A significant portion of the collection is background materials used for researching and organizing the liberation support network across the US and the world. The files also demonstrate some of the tactics used, including picketing, demonstrating, speaking, boycotting, and appearing on the media. The collection includes material on the Southern Africa Support Coalition (SASC), founded in...
Dates: approximately 1970-1999

Educators Against Racism and Apartheid records

Identifier: MSS 291 large
Scope and Contents

The Educators Against Racism and Apartheid records includes original and copied correspondence (for example with Oliver Tambo and young American children from the 1980s, and to President Reagan), organization publications (such as Apartheid Is Wrong: A Curriculum for Young People, and its Newsletter), anti-apartheid petitions, filmstrip, flyers, buttons, photographs, and videocassettes of sponsored events and performances (including a children's play and a school class) from 1990 to 1993.

Dates: 1985-1994