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The Vol 4, No 6 issue of the African Agenda newsletter was published by the African American Solidarity Committee. Articles: Women In The Anti-Imperialist Movement, Enemies of Angola Revealed, Message from Fidel Castro, Prime Minister of Cuba, "Part of the Global Struggle- Women's Equality", Message from Nguyen Huu Tho of the Provincioal Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam, "Firm Links of Militant Solidarity", The African Women's Movement by Jaalie Major General Mohamet Siyad Barre, A Revolution Within The Revolution, "The Emancipation of Women Means Rid the System from Exploitation and Oppression" from Ahmed Sekou Toure, President of the Republic of Guinea, Recommended Books. 8 pages.

Publication Date

10-1-1975

City

Chicago

Keywords

United Nations, Declaration on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, Angola, Cuba, South Vietnam, Africa, Somali Democratic Republic, Republic of Guinea, United States, newsletter

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Communication | Education | Social and Behavioral Sciences

Comments

This newsletter, published from 1972 to 1977 by the African American Solidarity Committee, was written by authors who chose to remain anonymous during the publication run. These authors are: Lisa Brock, Otis Cunningham, Prexy Nesbitt, and one other who remain anonymous. The publication is part of the Chicago Anti-Apartheid Movement Collection held at Columbia College Chicago.

African Agenda, October & November 1975

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