National Anti-Imperialist Movement for Southern Africa Liberation

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The National Anti-Imperialist Movement for Southern Africa Liberation is also referred to as the National Anti-Imperialist Movement in Solidarity with African Liberation.

Founders

It was Chicagoans Ronelle Mustin and Willie Williamson, who struggled, in the mid 1970s to establish the National Anti-Imperialist Movement for Southern Africa Liberation, which became the first organization to call for comprehensive sanctions against South Africa.[1]

Personnel

References