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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Organization of Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Notes to Researchers

Description of Series

Personal

Subject Files

University of Texas San Antonio

A Guide to the Mario Marcel Salas Papers, 1968-2009



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Salas, Mario Marcel
Title: Mario Marcel Salas Papers
Dates: 1968-2009
Creator Abstract: Mario Marcel Salas was born in San Antonio, Texas on July 30, 1949. Salas became an advocate for San Antonio's African-American community in the early 1970s and was a key member of local activist groups such as the San Antonio chapter of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Organizations United for Eastside Development, Black Coalition on Mass Media, and Frontline 2000. He was elected to the City Council of San Antonio in 1997, where he served two full terms as Representative for District 2.
Content Abstract: The collections spans the years 1968 through 2009 and consists of personal and subject files spanning a wide range of Salas's interests. The collection includes biographical information, personal correspondence and writings, campaign materials and documents from Salas's City Council career. Other items include information about organizations, people, photographs, publications, topics and events of interest to Salas, such as revolutionary and progressive political movements in the U.S. and abroad, police brutality, and political prisoners.
Identification: MS 142
Extent: 10.1 linear feet (17 Boxes)
Language: Materials are chiefly in English. A few materials are in Spanish.
Repository University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Biographical Note

Mario Marcel Salas was born in San Antonio, Texas on July 30, 1949. He attended Central Catholic High School and graduated from Phillis Wheatley High School, an African American segregated school, in 1968. Salas entered San Antonio College and graduated with Associate's degrees in Applied Science--Engineering Technology and Liberal Arts. In 1987 he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). On July 9, 1988 Salas married Edwina Lacy of Chicago; their two children are Elena Patrice and Angela Christine.

For most of his adult life, Salas has been an advocate for San Antonio's African-American community. He was a key member of the San Antonio chapter of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), and founding member of Organizations United for Eastside Development (OUED), Black Coalition on Mass Media (BCMM), and Frontline 2000. He championed the establishment of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday as a Texas state holiday in 1991, and participated in marches and other events commemorating Dr. King's legacy. Salas frequently contributes editorials to various activist newspapers and newsletters; including a regular column that ran in the San Antonio Community Journal/Inner City Journal during the 1970s. In addition, he was involved with political issues relating to social justice and human rights struggles world-wide. In particular, Salas supported the Anti-Apartheid movement in South Africa and opposed the recruitment of Americans as mercenaries in the revolutionary war in Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia).

Salas became an educator for the San Antonio Independent School District and received his Master of Education degree in 1999 from Our Lady of the Lake University. He was elected to the City Council of San Antonio in 1997, where he served two full terms as Representative for District 2. In 2000 Salas wrote a sequel to Mary Shelley's classic novel, Frankenstein, titled Frankenstein: The Dawning and the Passing.

In June 2001, Salas enrolled in the Master of Political Science program at UTSA. He also began teaching for the Alamo Community College District as an English and Government adjunct faculty member. Salas campaigned for the office of County Commissioner in 2004. Additionally, Salas has been a lecturer for UTSA's Political Science Department. He has also served as Vice President of the Judson Independent School District (JISD) Board of Trustees and as Chairman of the Tax Increment Finance Board, Zone 11.

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Scope and Content Note

The Mario Salas papers, 1968-2009, consist of personal and subject files spanning a wide range of Salas's interests, from his advocacy of civil rights for African-Americans and his opposition to human injustice world-wide, to his career as City Councilman in San Antonio, Texas. Materials in the collection include correspondence, photographs, news clippings, newspapers, newsletters, pamphlets, press releases/statements, posters, maps, manuscripts (typed and hand-written), magazines, reports, programs and petitions.

The collection is arranged in three series: Personal and Subject Files. The Personal series is comprised of files containing biographical information, correspondence, and writings. Biographical materials include Salas's own typewritten curriculum vitae, certificates and awards, draft and selective service records and personal news clippings. Among these biographical materials are personal portraits and photographs of Salas'ss family and councilman activities. The City Councilman files from 1997-2001 contain campaign materials, reports on city-wide and District 2 issues, large-scale maps and plans, news clippings, correspondence and various memoranda. Salas's writings are divided into academic, editorial articles, published articles, "Talkin' Back" essays, general writings, and his book, Frankenstein: The Dawning and the Passing.

The Subject Files series, comprising the bulk of the collection, includes documention of organizations, people, photographs, publications, topics, and events. Includes materials on organizations Salas was either an active member of or groups that were associated with causes and issues of interest to Salas. The FBI folders include documentation of FBI activity in San Antonio and also files about Salas that he obtained through the Freedom of Information Act. The organizations files further document activities of anti-civil rights groups, such as the KKK. Salas held positions of leadership within various organizations and was especially active and prominent within the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Organizations United for Eastside Development (OUED), Black Coalition on Mass Media (BCMM), Frontline 2000, and the San Antonio Committee Against Mercenary Recruitment (SACAMR). While not an active member, Salas was interested in the activities of groups like the Black Panthers, the African Support Liberation Committee and the American Friends Service Committee, which he documented through news clippings, newsletters, articles, posters, correspondence and other printed materials.

The Subject Files also contain photographs of activists Salas was personally acquainted with, and of rallies and other events. Notable individuals are also documented in the collection, such as political prisoners Angela Davis and Steven Biko, as well as civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Items in the folders related to these individuals include pamphlets, programs, posters, news clippings, newsletters, bulletins, police statements and correspondence. Unique San Antonio newspapers represented in the collection include Eagle Bone Whistle, Honky Times, SNAP, Inner City Journal and Chicano Times.

The Topics and Events subseries encompasses local and global aspects of the human rights struggle and includes information on domestic African-American civil rights issues as well as revolutionary and progressive political movements abroad. Topics of personal interest include documentation of police brutality and initiatives for prison reform. Materials in these files range from personal correspondence to the official investigative file of Bobby Jo Phillips, who was murdered by San Antonio police officers during an attempted arrest in 1968. The plight of political prisoners was of particular interest to Salas and the collection profiles activists wrongly imprisoned in the U.S. and African countries. U.S. groups like the Wilmington 10, the Houston 12, and South African prisoners such as Nelson Mandela, are represented by newsletters, bulletins and news clippings. The topics series also contains news clippings, bulletins and flyers related to the Vietnam War and political unrest in countries such as Grenada, Namibia and South Africa. This series additionally incorporates materials--boycott posters, liberation pamphlets and news clippings--highlighting the struggle against Apartheid and the subsequent boycotting of the Krugerrand coins of South Africa.

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Organization of Collection

Series 1. Personal
1.1. Biographical
1.2. City Councilman
1.3. Correspondence
1.4. Post-Councilman Public Activity
1.5. San Antonio College
1.6. Writings
Series 2. Subject Files
2.1. Organizations
2.2. People
2.3. Photographs
2.4. Publications
2.5. Topics and Events

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is housed at UTSA's Main Campus and must be accessed via the John Peace Library Special Collections reading room. To request access, please use the Collections Request Form.

Usage Restrictions

Permission to publish material from the Mario Marcel Salas Papers must be obtained from University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections or the appropriate holder of copyright.

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Index Terms

Personal Names
Salas, Mario Marcel, 1949-
Organizations
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)
Black Coalition on Mass Media.
Frontline 2000.
Organization of African Unity.
Organizations United for Eastside Development.
San Antonio Committee Against Mercenary Recruitment.
Subjects
African American history.
African Americans--Texas--San Antonio--Social conditions.
Civil rights--Texas.
Human rights workers--Texas.
Political activists--Texas.
Municipal government--Texas--San Antonio.
Political prisoners--Texas.
University of Texas at San Antonio--Students.
Locations
San Antonio (Tex.)--Social conditions--20th century.
San Antonio (Tex.)--Politics and government--20th century.
San Antonio (Tex.)--Periodicals.
Genres/Formats
Correspondence.
Magazines.
Newsletters.
Newspapers.
Photographs.
Flyers.
Posters.
Local Subjects
Activism/Activists
African Americans
Literary/Literature
Mexican Americans
Politics/Politicians
San Antonio History
Writers

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Mario Marcel Salas Papers, 1968-2009, MS 142, University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Information

Materials were donated by Mario Marcel Salas in 2003, 2006 and 2009 (Acc. 2003-012, 2003-013, 2003-061, 2006-026, 2006-027, 2006-034, 2009-043).

Processing Information

Processed by Ancelyn Krivak and Heather Kuhn, Archives Interns, June 2006 and Bonnie Saenz, Archives Intern, October 2009.

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 Notes to Researchers 

Many of the photographs in the Subject Files of the Mario Salas collection are unidentified and/or undated.

Letters to Salas written by activist and draft resister Walter Collins are filed with the organization Collins worked for, Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF).

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Personal

Comprised of files containing biographical information, correspondence, and writings. Biographical materials include Salas's own typewritten curriculum vitae, certificates and awards, draft and selective service records and personal news clippings. Among these biographical materials are personal portraits and photographs of Salas'ss family and councilman activities. The City Councilman files from 1997-2001 contain campaign materials, reports on city-wide and District 2 issues, large-scale maps and plans, news clippings, correspondence and various memoranda. Salas's writings are divided into academic, editorial articles, published articles, "Talkin' Back" essays, general writings, and his book, Frankenstein: The Dawning and the Passing.
Organized alphabetically into six subseries: Biographical, City Councilman, Correspondence, Post-Councilman Public Activity, San Antonio College, and Writings. Arranged chronologically thereafter.
Box Folder
1 Biographical
1 Biography, 1970-1971, 1979, 1999, 2004, and undated
2 Certificates and awards, 1975, 2001
3 Draft and Selective Service, 1969
4 News Clippings, 1970-2003
5 Photographs, 1975-1976, 1982, 1996-2002, and undated
Box Folder
14 1 Assorted, 1981-2001
Box Folder
1 City Councilman
6 Campaign Materials, 1997
Box Folder
14 2 Assorted election materials, 1992-1997
3 Election Voting Numbers, 1997-2001
4 Agendas, 1979, 1997
5 Agendas, 1997
6 Agendas, 1997-1998
7 Agendas, 1998-2006
City Issues
Box Folder
1 7-8 Arena, 1999
9 Briefing Report for Plan RFP, 2001
Box Folder
14 10-14 Development, 1978-1982, 1999-2005
Box Folder
1 10 District 2 Issues (1 of 2), 1997-2001
Box Folder
2 1 District 2 Issues (2 of 2), 1997-2001
2 Flood Assessment Report, 1998
3 The Glory of Houston Street, 1999
4 IH-10 East Corridor Perimeter Plan, 2001
5 Landfills report, 2000
6 New Light Village, 2000
7 TIRZ, 2000-2004
Box Folder
3 Correspondence
1 Correspondence, 1997-2001
Box Folder
14 8 Correspondence, 1997-1999
9 Correspondence, 2000-2001
Box Folder
3 2 Maps, pictures, and posters, 2001 and undated
3 News clippings, 1997-2003
4 Programs, data sheets, and memoranda, 1995-2001
Box Folder
14 15 "Feasibility Study and Strategic Development Plan," February 2000
16 "Market Feasibility and Appraisal Study of the Proposed Arena Townhomes" (New Light Village Housing), March 1, 2001
Correspondence
Box Folder
3 5 Activism, 1969-1995
6 General, 1970-1985, 1991-2003, and undated
7 Hate mail, undated
Box Folder
14 17 Assorted, 1973-1988 and undated
18 Assorted, 1990-2006
19 Assorted, 1971-2006
Box Folder
3 8 Post-Councilman Public Activity, 2001-2003
9 San Antonio College, 1970-1972
Writings
Box Folder
3 10 Academic, 2002, 2004
Box Folder
4 1 Books, 2000, 2005
2 Editorial Articles, undated
3-4 General, 1970-1979, 1990-1991, and undated
5 Published Articles, 1971, 1977-1983, 1991-1996, 2006
6 "Talkin' Back", undated
Box Folder
14 20 African-American News and Issues, Salas columns, July-November 2006
Box Folder
15 1 African-American News and Issues, Salas columns, January-May 2007
2 African-American News and Issues, Salas columns, June-December 2007, November-December 2008
3 Assorted articles, 1973-1978, 1990-2004
4-5 Assorted Salas clippings, undated

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Subject Files

Includes documention of organizations on which Salas was either an active member or that were associated with causes and issues of interest to Salas, documentation of FBI activity in San Antonio and also files about Salas that he obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, documentation of activities of anti-civil rights groups, such as the KKK, as well as organizations in which Salas was active.
The Subject Files also contain photographs of activists with whom Salas was personally acquainted, and of rallies and other events. Photograph subjects include political prisoners Angela Davis and Steven Biko, as well as civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Items in the folders related to these individuals include pamphlets, programs, posters, news clippings, newsletters, bulletins, police statements and correspondence. San Antonio newspapers represented in the collection include Eagle Bone Whistle, Honky Times, SNAP, Inner City Journal and Chicano Times.
The Topics and Events subseries encompasses local and global aspects of the human rights struggle and includes information on domestic African-American civil rights issues as well as revolutionary and progressive political movements abroad. This subseries additionally incorporates materials--boycott posters, liberation pamphlets and news clippings-- highlighting the struggle against Apartheid and the subsequent boycotting of the Krugerrand coins of South Africa.
Organized alphabetically into five subseries: Organizations, People, Photographs, Publications, and Topics and Events.
Organizations
Materials on groups of which Salas was either an active member or that were associated with causes and issues of interest to Salas. Salas held positions of leadership and was especially active within the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Organizations United for Eastside Development (OUED), Black Coalition on Mass Media (BCMM), Frontline 2000, and the San Antonio Committee Against Mercenary Recruitment (SACAMR). While not an active member, Salas was interested in the activities of groups like the Black Panthers, the African Support Liberation Committee and the American Friends Service Committee, which he documented through news clippings, newsletters, articles, posters, correspondence and other printed materials. The organizations files further document activities of anti-civil rights groups, such as the KKK.
Arranged alphabetically by name of organization.
Box Folder
4 7 Affirmative Action Advisory Committee, 1990-1991
Box Folder
5 1 American Friends Service Committee, 1970-1982
2 African Liberation Support Committee-National, 1973-1975
3 African Liberation Support Committee-S.A., 1974
4 Anti-Civil Rights Groups, 1970-1973, 1979, and undated
5 ASA Phillip Randolph Institute, 1977
Box Folder
15 6 Barbara Jordan Community Center, 1981-1983
Box Folder
5 6 Black American History and Culture Society, undated
7 Black Coalition on Mass Media, 1974-1979
Box Folder
15 7 Black Coalition on Mass Media, 1975
Box Folder
5 8 Black Heritage Council, 1974
9 Black Local Access Cable Productions Project, 1978-1979
10 Black Panthers, 1970-1972, 1991-1993
Box Folder
15 8 Black Panthers, 1991 and undated
Box Folder
5 11 Black Student Unions, 1971-1976
Box Folder
15 9 Black Student Unions, 1970-1979
Box Folder
5 12 Black United Front, 1975
13 Black Unity Coordinating Council, 1976-1977
Box Folder
6 1 Citizens Active in San Antonio, 1979-1980
2 Cuttin' Horse Productions, 1988-1991
3 Eastside Neighborhood Defense Fund, 1971
4 Ella Austin Community Center, 1971-1983, 1997, and undated
Box Folder
15 10 Ella Austin Community Center, 1973-1982 and undated
FBI
Includes documentation of FBI activity in San Antonio and also files about Salas that Salas obtained through the Freedom of Information Act.
Box Folder
6 5 Activity, 1969-1978 and undated
6 Correspondence, 1975-1982, 1995-1998
7-8 Mario Salas Files, 1970-1976
9 Free All Political Prisoners, 1973 and undated
10 Frontline 2000, 1991-1994
Box Folder
15 11 Frontline 2000, 1992-1995 and undated
Box Folder
7 1 Good Government League, 1969-1975
2 Intra-City Urban Communications Coalition, 1975-1979
3 KAPE Radio, 1974-1982
Box Folder
15 12 KAPE Radio, 1975-1979 and undated
Box Folder
7 4 Ku Klux Klan, 1978-1983, 1999-2001
Box Folder
15 13 Ku Klux Klan 1983 and undated
Box Folder
7 5 Labor Unions, 1971-1983
6 La Raza, 1970-1978 and undated
7 League of United Latin American Citizens, 1978-1979 and undated
8 Mount Zion Baptist Church, 1997, 2001-2004
9 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1950-1955, 1968, (photocopies), 1978, 1983, 1996, and undated
10 National Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression, 1972, 1981
11 National Anti-Imperialist Movement in Solidarity with African Liberation, 1978-1979 and undated
12 Organization of African Unity, 1974 and undated
13-14 Organizations United for Eastside Development (1 of 2), 1979-1988
Box Folder
15 14 Organizations United for Eastside Development, 1979-1990 and undated
Box Folder
8 2 San Antonio Coalition Against Inflation, 1974-1976
3 San Antonio Coalition Against Racism, 1979
4 San Antonio Committee Against Mercenary Recruitment, 1977-1978
5 San Antonio Movement in Solidarity with African Liberation, 1978-1979
Box Folder
15 15 San Antonio Movement in Solidarity with African Liberation, 1979 and undated
Box Folder
8 6 Southern Conference Educational Fund, 1971-1972
7 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee-Austin, 1969 and undated
8 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee-National, 1967-1973 and undated
9 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee-S.A.(1 of 2), 1967-1975
Box Folder
9 1 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee-S.A. (2 of 2), 1967-1975
Box Folder
15 16 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, 1949, 1969-1976, 2006 and undated
Box Folder
9 2 Texas Committee on African and World Affairs, 1978 and undated
3 United Farm Workers, 1971-1976
4 United Methodists, 1971
People
Arranged alphabetically by last name.
Box Folder
9 5 James Alexander, 1972-1973
6 Steven Biko, 1978-1979
Box Folder
15 17 Steven Biko, 1978 and undated
18 Rev. Claude W. Black, Jr., 1998-2009 and undated
Box Folder
9 7 Webb Boyd, 1978-1979
Box Folder
15 19 Webb Boyd, 1978-1979
Box Folder
9 8 Mario Cantu, 1975-1976
9 Angela Davis, 1969-1972
Box Folder
15 20 Angela Davis, 1970-1972
21 Michael Haskins, 1983 and undated
34 Lynn G. King (Lackland Air Force Base), 1991-1993
Martin Luther King Jr.
Box Folder
9 10 MLK commemorative materials, 1976, 1989, 1996-2006
Box Folder
15 22 MLK commemorative materials, 1975-1995, 2006-2008 and undated
Box Folder
9 11 MLK holiday correspondence, 1990-1991
12 MLK holiday news clippings, 1991
Box Folder
10 1 MLK memoranda and other materials, 1990-1991
2 MLK walk on Washington, 1983
3 Lee Otis, 1969-1970
4 Bobby Jo Phillips-investigative file, 1968
Photographs
Photographs of activists with whom Salas was personally acquainted, and of rallies and other events. Subjects include political prisoners Angela Davis and Steven Biko, as well as civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Box Folder
10 5 Activists and activism, 1970-1973, 1982, and undated
Box Folder
15 23 Assorted Activism, undated
Publications
Arranged alphabetically.
Box Folder
15 24-25 The African Communist pamphlets, 1969-1979
26 African-American News and Issues, 2006-2007
27 The Black Agenda, 1980
28-29 The Black Scholar, 1973-1978
Box
OM2 Eagle Bone Whistle, 1970-1971
Box Folder
15 30 Gramma, 1976-1984
31 Grassroot Struggle, January 1982
Box Folder
10 7 Inner City Journal, 1978-1979
8 International Aid and Trade Conference Magazine, 2000
9 Ramparts, 1970
Box Folder
15 32 Sahara Libre, May 1978
33 San Antonio Community Journal, 1977
Box Folder
16 1-2 Sechaba, 1979-1987
3 Victims of Progress, 1977
4 The West Side Story newspaper, August 1972
5 Assorted activism materials and magazines, 1947, 1970-1980, 1992 and undated
6 Unknown newspaper clippings, undated
7-8 Assorted, 1974-1981, 1994-2003
Topics and Events
This subseries encompasses local and global aspects of the human rights struggle and includes information on domestic African-American civil rights issues as well as revolutionary and progressive political movements abroad. Topics of personal interest include documentation of police brutality and initiatives for prison reform. Materials in these files range from personal correspondence to the official investigative file of Bobby Jo Phillips, who was murdered by San Antonio police officers during an attempted arrest in 1968. The plight of political prisoners was of particular interest to Salas and the collection profiles activists wrongly imprisoned in the U.S. and African countries. U.S. groups like the Wilmington 10, the Houston 12, and South African prisoners such as Nelson Mandela, are represented by newsletters, bulletins and news clippings. Also contains news clippings, bulletins and flyers related to the Vietnam War and political unrest in countries such as Grenada, Namibia and South Africa; as well as boycott posters, liberation pamphlets, and news clippings highlighting the struggle against Apartheid and the subsequent boycotting of the Krugerrand coins of South Africa.
Box Folder
16 9 11th World Festival of Youth and Students Havana Club, 1978 and undated
11-14 Activism (assorted), 1968-1982
Box Folder
11 3 Activism correspondence, 1972-2003
Box Folder
16 10 Activism for Africa, 1976-1990
Box Folder
10 10-11 Africa (excluding South Africa), 1973-1984 and undated
Box Folder
11 1-2 African American history and political issues (includes issues of SNAP), 1931-1938, 1949,-1956, 1967-1984, 2001-2003
4 Cable TV, 1970-1979, 1991
Box Folder
16 15-16 City of San Antonio (assorted), 1968-1980, 1999-2007
Box Folder
11 5 Cuba, undated
Box Folder
16 17 Cuba, 1969-1985
Box Folder
11 6 Grenada, 1983
7 Gulf War, 1990-1991
8 Iranian protests, 1979-1980
9 Jobs, peace, and freedom march, 1983
Box Folder
16 18 Latin American Assistance, 1981 and undated
Box Folder
11 10 Middle East, 1979-1982
Box Folder
16 19 Mount Zion Baptist Church, 2001-2006
20 National Activism, 1970-1993
Police Brutality
Box Folder
11 11 Citizens Police Review Board Report, 1992
Box Folder
12 1 Dallas Morning News articles, 1992
2 News clippings and newsletters, 1950-2004
Box Folder
16 21 San Antonio, undated
Box Folder
12 3 Political prisoners and prison reform, 1970-1971
4 Racial profiling and rape cases, 1974
Box Folder
16 22 San Antonio activism, 1971-2001
Box Folder
12 5-6 San Antonio local history 1938-1940, 1950-1955, (photocopies), 1999-2003
Box Folder
15 35 San Antonio Mandela project, 1990-1991
Box Folder
12 7 San Antonio North East housing fight, 1979-1980
8 Sickle cell anemia, 1972-1975 and undated
South Africa
Includes boycott posters, liberation pamphlets, and news clippings highlighting the struggle against Apartheid and the subsequent boycotting of the Krugerrand coins of South Africa.
Box Folder
12 9 Conference in Solidarity with the Liberation Struggles of the Peoples of Southern Africa, 1981-1982
Box Folder
13 1 Correspondence and memoranda, 1973-1983
2 Flyers, newsletters, and posters, 1974-1984
3 Krugerrand and boycotts, 1976-1982
4 News clippings, 1978-1986
5 Press releases, fact sheets, and articles, 1978-1981
6 Vietnam War, 1970
7 World Festival of Youth and Students, 1978
Box Folder
16 23 World Youth pamphlets, 1978

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