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See also South Africa; see also Nigeria; see also Zimbabwe Letter to Mazur from executive director of A. Philip Randolph Educational Fund with draft outline and proposed budget for establishment of Africa Watch to monitor the human rights situation in targeted African countries, February 29, 1988; letter confirming scheduled meeting between Mazur and Jean Michael Bokambo Yangouma, general secretary of the Congolese Labor Confederation, first vice president of the Superior Council of the Republic, and favorite to win election as prime minister or president, January 9, 1992; Ditchley Foundation conference outline and subsequent report, "Africa: Problems and Prospects. What Is Required in Terms of Political Management, Development Policies and Relief Aid?" January 26-28, 1990; draft code of conduct for investment in South Africa in a post-apartheid non-sanction environment, with cover letter to ILGWU Director of International Affairs Michele Briones from the deputy executive director of the AFL-CIO African-American Labor Center, July 17, 1992; handwritten notes re men's/boy's and women's/girl's clothing manufacturers in South Africa, and number employed, n.d.; note from Mazur to deputy executive director of the African-American Labor Center assenting to extension of stay of Fisseha Tekie in Ethiopia, June 3, 1992; memo from African-American Labor Center noting that Sayed Mohamed Rashid, president of the General Trade Union for Textiles, had been elected president of the Egyptian Trade Union Federation, May 7, 1992; letter to Michele Briones from national general secretary of free trade unions of Burkina Faso (Organisation Nationale des Syndicats Libres), thanking her and ILGWU for support of African trade unionists (English translation and French original), November 30, 1994; memo to Mazur from Briones re Norman Lewis's trip to Africa, October 27, 1986

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