The Black American [seven issues]

New York: the newspaper, 1981-82. Newspaper. Seven issues of the tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold crease, minor toning, otherwise very good. Coverage of news from a radical perspective (including positive coverage of the Black Liberation Army) as well as some delving into conspiracy theories (Jim Jones was a CIA agent tasked with perfecting mind control to kill African Americans). These issues include food and music columns, book reviews, and sports coverage as well. Numbers present are Vol. 20 nos. 21, 31, 36, 44, 45 and Vol. 21 nos. 8 and 37.

On the Black Liberation Army, Jomo II writes "The BLA is inevitable. If it isn't here yet it will be here tomorrow. And cops will be shot. And bald headed faggots in City Hall and the White House will call them 'mad dogs.' But we may sleep well in the knowledge that the British rulers said no less of Patrick Henry..."

Cat.No: 193710

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