1952 Nov. 30
United Citizens' Committee for Solidarity with South African Resistance (New York, N.Y.)
New York (N.Y.) - Calling the whole Harlem Community, and all "friends of African Freedom and American Democracy" to a November 30 salute to South Africa and describing some details of the event.
1938 Mar. 21
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963
Atlanta (Ga.) - Du Bois requests information on the "Hertzog series of native laws in South Africa," voters in Cape Colony now must be white, or whether colored and native voters have been disfranchised.
Council on African Affairs
New York (N.Y.) - January issue of the Council's monthly bulletin, featuring news on its famine relief campaign, United Nations intervention in South Africa, editorial, news notes, and a "review of most important events in African affairs during 1945."
1935 May 6
Oettlé, George S.
Chatham (N.J.) - Concerns urgency of situation in South Africa and reiterates recommendation to arrange for African American leaders, including W. E. B. Du Bois, to visit the country. Copy of letter features handwritten note to Du Bois.
1951 Nov. 21
African National Congress
Budapest (Hungary) - Signed A. M. Kathrada for W. M. Sisulu, Secretary-General; describing in depth the political climate in South Africa and iniviting him to a December 16 conference to address the matter.
1946 Oct. 26
Non-European Unity Committee
Kroonstaad (South Africa) - Signed Reverend Z. R. Mahabane, Chairman; pledging the Committee's endorsement of the Pan African Congress's petition to the United Nations (see mums312-b111-i115) and stating its strong opposition to the proposed incorporation of South West Africa "or any Territory into the Union of South Africa."