"Published by The Anglican Church of Canada Social Action Unit".
"At the General Synod held in Niagara Falls in January of 1971, the Anglican Church considered ways of expressing some concern about racism throughout the world, and its evil effects upon mankind. South Africa was chosen as a specific focus for this widespread problem .... This resource booklet is an attempt to provide interested church people with additional information on the South African situation today. Much of its is in the words of South Africans. Much of it contains the challenge about racism given to us by the World Council of Churches. All of it can help us to be more realistic about being `the Church in the World'." -- Intro., p. 2.
Contents: Introduction / Philip Jefferson -- A View of South Africa -- Some South Africa Statistics -- Address : Stability and Change in Africa / Julius Nyerere -- Questions Most Frequently Asked About the South African Boycott -- Anglican Resolutions : 1949, 1971 -- Church of the Province of South Africa Resolution 1970 -- Program to Combat Racism August 1968 -- World Council of Churches Resolutions, January 1971, March 1971 -- United Nations Covenant on Human Rights -- For Further Reading -- Film Resources -- Action Contacts -- Information Contacts.