Collection 277 - Prexy Nesbitt : [Part 1]

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ZA COM MR-AAO-277

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Prexy Nesbitt : [Part 1]

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Personal archive ; The Wisconsin State Historical Society holds his substantial archive covering the period 1962-1993. It contains photographs, correspondence, tours, and conference and seminar papers.

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Prexy Nesbitt is an activist and academic from Chicago who was active in the struggle to end apartheid and worked to end colonialism in Angola, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Namibia. He founded the Antioch Committee for a Free South Africa, which succeeded after a ten-year campaign to achieve the divestment of Antioch College’s holdings from companies involved with apartheid. Nesbitt worked for the American Committee on Africa (ACOA) where he coordinated the National Committee to Oppose Bank Loans to South Africa from 1976-1979. From 1979-1983 he was Program Director for the Program to Combat Racism of the World Council of Churches in Geneva. He has also worked for the Institute for Policy Studies, the American Friends Service Committee and Africa Action.

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