Records of the Boston Coalition for the Liberation of Southern Africa (BCLSA) and similar Massachusetts organizations. The collection includes flyers, posters, newsletters, pamphlets, research papers, internal strategy reports, correspondence, press clippings, slide-cassette kits (on Angola, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Women Under Apartheid, First National Bank of Boston and Massachusetts South Africa Connection), a cloth banner (U.S. Out of El Salvador and South Africa) and tablecloth/hanging (Independence 18th April 1980 Zimbabwe). Also includes material of some other Massachusetts and Boston area groups including: MassDivest, Polaroid Revolutionary Workers’ Movement (Polaroid camera systems were used for the pass system in South Africa); Winnie Mandela Solidarity Coalition; Gulf Boycott Coalition (between 1972-5 boycotts of Gulf gasoline over company support for the Portuguese colonial regime in Angola); Southern Africa Solidarity Coalition. BCLSA stopped meeting as a separate organization in the mid- 1980s and members joined other groups in the Boston area, primarily FreeSA and TransAfrica. Correspondents include: NAACP, American Committee on Africa, Rev. Jonathan Robinson, Richard Clapp. Senator Jack Backman, Barbara B. Brown, State Senator Arthur Joseph Lewis, Boston City Hospital Employees Local 1489, International Ladies Garment Workers Union (New England Region).