Marshfield News-Herald from Marshfield, Wisconsin on December 11, 1984 · 5
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The president's comments came as protesters began a third week cf non violent demonstrations outside the South African Embassy here, and at consulates around the country. Robinson, executive leader of TransAfrica, a non-profit group that lobbies to influence U.S. Africa policy, responded that Reagan has not taken specific steps to pressure South Africa's white supremacist government to. restore political and social rights to the country's 22 million blacks. Proclaiming Dec. IS International Human Rights Day, Reagan called for a halt to the forced removal of blacks from their communities and the lengthy Tutu urges hunger fight OSLO, Norway (AP) - South African Bishop Desmond Tutu, winner of the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize, appealed to the world today in his Nobel lecture to divert money "expended so obscenely" on weapons to the fight against hunger. 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