AA News June 1980
In its lead article AA News warned that the British Government was attempting to subvert moves led by the UN to establish a democratic government in Namibia. It featured new moves by British local authorities and church organisations to close their accounts with Barclays Bank and meetings planned by the AAM for British trade unionists. It also reported on the campaign to save the life of James Mange, a young freedom fighter sentenced to hang, and on new school boycotts by South African students. The issue highlighted the use of the unsafe contraceptive Depo Provera to restrict the birth rate of black South African women. It outlined AAM plans for an intensive campaign for an end to nuclear collaboration, freedom for Nelson Mandela and for a consumer boycott of South Africa in the last two weeks of June 1980.
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