Anti-apartheid movements -- New York (State) -- Sources.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 445 XX small
Scope and Contents The Capital District Coalition Against Apartheid legal documents and newspaper clippings consists of newspaper clippings and legal documents about the Capital District Coalition Against Apartheid. The clippings conern the protests of the tour of the South African Springboks rugby team. Most of the clippings originate from Albany and New York City and focus on the U.S. tour with the remaining clippings describing earlier protests to the Springboks playing in New Zealand. The team was...
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MSS 484
Scope and Contents This collections comes from the activist papers of Elizabeth Landis, focusing on work related to the Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa (ECSA) from the 1960s through 1990, an organization located in New York City. Additional materials to the ECSA documentation include notes and notebooks on a trip to Johannesburg, South Africa, publications from the American Committee and teh Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights under Law, and Congressional committee presentations from 1970 to 2000....
Identifier: MSS 237 small
Scope and Contents
The collection is comprised of materials produced by the New York Labor Committee Against Apartheid (NYLCAA) in their work to end Apartheid in South Africa. Items include posters, articles, flyers, petitions, and conference materials.
Dates: approximately 1983-1993