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Liberation Support Movement: Building Solidarity with the African Liberation Struggle

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The Liberation Support Movement was a North American solidarity organization which existed from 1968 to 1982. Marxist and anti-imperialist in orientation, they primarily sought to build support within the U.S. and Canada for African liberation movements. They built direct connections with representatives of movements from Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and more. With their own printshop and an ambitious political program, they published dozens of pamphlets, newsletters, posters, buttons, and even record albums featuring the stories, theories, and culture of African revolutionaries. In addition they booked tours, film screenings, and collected money for direct material aid. At a time when most political groups in N. America were either focused on the domestic sphere or Vietnam, LSM brought the struggles of people from across Africa into the consciousness of the Left.

For this publication, Josh MacPhee has interviewed three former members of the LSM, as well as compiled a bibliography of the groups printed output. The booklet also features a brief introduction and 20 images.

Published as part of the Fall 2016 exhibition We Are What We Archive which included a section on the Liberation Support Movement.

Compiled, edited, and designed by Josh MacPhee. Printed by Greg Mihalko.

20 pages, 5.5″x 8.5″
2 color cover, 1 color insides, risograph printed
limited edition of 100 copies
$6

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