Berkeley Tribe: Vol. 3, No. 17 (#69), Oct 30-Nov 6, 1970. Red Mountain Tribe.

Berkeley Tribe: Vol. 3, No. 17 (#69), Oct 30-Nov 6, 1970

Berkeley, CA: Red Mountain Tribe, 1970. 28 p., folded tabloid, 11.5x17 inches, rather worn and misfolded with dustsoil along spine, good-only.

Cover is a photo of four longhaired women in hooded robes stirring a witch's brew in a garbage can, brandishing rifles and playing a clarinet, perhaps both in honor of Halloween and bouncing off the feminist articles in the issue. Articles include: long article on the winding up of the Los Siete trial, nearly full-page photo of Angela Davis with invitation to join her defense, Ron Dellums running for congress as a revolutionary, long article by lesbians about their outrage with the sexism at the Black Panther sponsored Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention, coverage of Talamantes and Dunham trials in Marin, centerspread of a diary by a Palestinian 'resistance fighter', report by Bill Mandel of a trip to the USSR, a write-up on plans to establish a Gay homeland in southern California along with smattering of gay news, lengthy write-up on tensions in Santa Cruz over the "hippie invasion" and an attendant trial of one of them for arson, plus usual local ads of the era.

Cat.No: 162233

Price: $20.00