- 1979 (Creation)
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Textual Record. 48 pp.
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The Humanitarian Project was founded by Arnold Kohen, with support from figures such as Anderson, Bishop Paul Moore Jr of New York, and others.
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This item contains:
- The ten best-censored stories of 1979 - number 7 is The Tragedy in East Timor (leaflet) | 4 pp.
- Comments on Prof. Benedict Anderson on the 1979 State Department Report on Human Rights in Indonesia and East Timor, as requested by Subcommittee Chairman Bonner | 2 pp.
- Statement delivered to the Fourth Committee of the United Nations General Assembly - Comissao dos Refugiados de Timor Oriental: - Father Francisco Maria Fernandes, President & Father Apolinario Guterres, Acting President (10/1979) | 8 pp.
- CRT - Commission des Refugiés de Timor au Portugal (05.09.1979) [French]
- Letter to Arnold Kohen from Jerry Underdal, Co-editor of The South Asia Record requesting him to do a commentary article on East Timor and attached are drafts of a commentary (04.09.1979) | 11 pp.
- The Frightened Country by Alan Renouf (1979) Subj.: The East Timor Affairs | 9 pp.
- “Indonesian Genocide” (1979) | 3 pp.
- Letter to Professor Noam Chomsky, Department of Linguistics (M.I.T) from Robert Karl Manoff, Editor of the Columbia Journalism Review (13.07.1979) | 2 pp.
- Letter to Robert Karl Manoff from Noam Chomsky (06.08.1979) which an attachment to his piece “An Act of Genocide” | 7 pp.
- Congressional Record - November 9th, 1979
- Letter to Mr. Charles G. Santora from Susan Haufe, Chief of Correspondence Management Division (23.04.1979) | 2 pp.
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One document is in French (1 p.)
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Originals found at Bishop's University.
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