In 1977, the organization was involved in the founding of TransAfrica , an education and advocacy affiliate that was formed to act as a resource on information on the African continent and its Diaspora.  They worked closely with this organization to start the national anti-apartheid movement in the US, Free South Africa Movement (characterized by sit-ins, student protests, it became the longest lasting civil disobedience movement in history) and to devise the legislative strategy for the Comprehensive Anti-Apartheid Act of 1986 that was later vetoed by Ronald Reagan , and subsequently overridden. The organization continues to be active today and works on other campaigns.  
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