Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa

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Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa

Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa (CCISSA) was formed around 1987, with most of the members being active in the Coalition for Illinois’ Divestment from South Africa (CIDSA), "an organization that ceased to exist after it achieved its main goals of divestment by the Illinois and the city of Chicago."[1]

Leaders

In 1989 the Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa, Board of Directors consisted of;

Timuel Black, Basil Clunie (co-chair), Earl Durham, Tommie Fry, Judy Hatcher, Tena Johnson, Toni Moore, Cheryl Johnson-Odim, Alice Palmer, Orlando Redekopp, Rachel Rubin (co-chair), Robert Starks, Lucille Teichert, Kevin Thompson, Tim Wright[2].

The 1994 Chicago Committee in Solidarity with Southern Africa board of directors consisted of Lisa Brock, Kay Burnett, Basil Clunie, Selena Derey, Michael Freedberg, Joan Gerig, Cheryl Harris, Prexy Nesbitt, Barbara Ransby, Rachel Rubin, Zeva Schub. [3]

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