SODEXHO ADOPTS SULLIVAN CODE
- Bush awards Sullivan the Medal of Freedom at White House ceremony. // Jet;12/9/91, Vol. 81 Issue 8, p34
Reports that Rev. Leon Howard Sullivan, who has spent his life developing businesses and job opportunities for black Americans, received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George Bush. Sullivan's career.
- Rev. Sullivan starts new $40 million aid program for Africa. // Jet;3/30/92, Vol. 81 Issue 23, p4
Reports on the aid package for Africa spearheaded by former Philadelphia pastor Leon H. Sullivan. Details of plan; Sullivan's previous African projects; Funding through Agency for International Development (AID); Sullivan's comments.
- Rev. Leon Sullivan returns to Africa to foster relations between U.S. blacks and continent. // Jet;11/25/96, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p20
Concentrates on the work of Leon H. Sullivan with the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in late 1996. Sullivan's goal to establish better relations between Afro-Americans living in the United States and natives of Africa; Facts about UNESCO.
- From Du Bois to the first African/African-American Summit. // Ebony;Aug1991, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p120
Discusses black Americans' leadership on the international stage. The Reverend Leon Sullivan, organizer of the recent African/African-American Summit (Abidjan, Ivory Coast); The Pan-Africanism of W.E.B. Du Bois; The late Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.; Andrew Young, former US ambassador to the...
- Politics, Ethics, and Corporate Policy: U.S. Corporations' 1986 Position Papers on South Africa. Rivers, William E. // Journal of Business Communication;Oct2000, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p369
This article analyzes 48 position papers U.S. corporations distributed in 1986 to define and defend their presence in South Africa under apartheid. As public statements about one of the most difficult business and ethical issues ever faced by U.S. corporations, these papers constitute a special...
- Untitled. // UNESCO Sources;Dec96, Issue 85, p20
Reports that United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Director-General Federico Mayor and American civil rights activist Leon Sullivan signed a cooperation agreement on October 26, 1996.
- Leon Sullivan passes. // New York Amsterdam News;04/26/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 17, p1
Presents an obituary for Leon Sullivan, veteran civil rights leader and organizer of bi-annual summits between Africans and Afro-Americans in Africa.
- African summit ends with agenda for unity. Hunter, Jehron X. // Crisis (00111422);1993, Vol. 100 Issue 6, p24
Reports on the issues addressed by the participants of the second African/African-American Summit. Debt relief of African nations; Dual citizenship; Central thrust of the closing remarks delivered by Rev. Dr. Leon H. Sullivan, chairman and convener of the summit.
- National Headliners. Booker, Simeon // Jet;10/30/2000, Vol. 98 Issue 21, p10
Focuses on the political activities of several Black public figures as of October 30, 2000, including an announcement about the Sixth African-American Summit by human rights activist Reverend Leon H. Sullivan.