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Portland, OR: Comision Metropolitana de los Derechos Humanos, [1980s-1990s?]. Six panel brochure folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, text in Spanish with contact numbers and information about hate crimes, very good. Comments and guidance on hate crimes against POC, LGBTQ and Anti-semitism for the Spanish speaking community in Portland.
Atlanta: Georgia Commission on Education, [1957-?]. Pamphlet. Large four-panel brochure, in newspaper format but printed on semi-glossy paper, 17.5x11.75 inches, neatly folded into quarters, very good. Anti-Communist tract attacking the school, particularly focusing on its role in the Civil Rights movement. With photos showing Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks.....
Atlanta: Ku Klux Klan, [192-?]. 8.5x11 inch sheet of printed letterhead, symbols to left and right of central text at the top. Caption in tiny text claims "The most sublime lineage in all history, commemorating and perpetuating as it does the most dauntless organization known to man." Copyright date of.....
Beirut: Palestine National Assembly: Research Center, Palestine Liberation Organization, 1975. Pamphlet. 16p., 5.5x7.75 inches; wraps slightly rubbed, else in very good condition. Argues that Zionism is parallel to anti-Semitism, as both assert that Jews are unassimilable, with the difference being that Zionism asserts Jewish supremacy.
Cambridge, MA: Rally for Justice, . Two 8.5x11 inch leaflets stapled together at corner; the second leaflet is headlined "Otis McRae blasts racism at Goddard College, a 200 mile walk to address rally at Harvard." Mild handling wear. The second leaflet discusses controversies and protests at Goddard over cutbacks of.....
no pl. Mississippi Valley Historical Association, 1964-1965. Hardcover. 849p., hardcover, 7x10 inches + 2.5 inches thick; four volumes of the quarterly journal rebound by library, minor soil on bottom edge from shelwear, else in very good condition. Some topics of interest include racial intolerance in the 1920s, the Communist Party.....
Johannesburg: Khanaya editorial collective, 2018. Magazine. Three issues, various pagination, 8x11.5 inches, full color halftone photos on cover, in very good condition. The magazine of Kyanya College students in South Africa, convering various struggles of the South African working class and people in post-Apartheid South Africa.
Paris: Editions Sylleps, 1993. Pamphlet. 22p., 11.75x4 inches; staplebound wraps, a bit handled, but otherwise in very good condition. French journal conveying the lesser known American left to French-language readers covering topics from the AFL-CIO to Mumia Abu-Jamal to Labor Notes.
Chicago: RCP Publications, 1989. Magazine. 35p., 8x10.5 inches, illustrations, text in Spanish, staplebound booklet printed on newsprint, mild handling wear. Special supplement to Revolutionary Worker 518 (8/14/89). The RCP's position on the relationship between national oppression and proletarian revolution. Spanish edition of "Cold truth, liberating truth: how this system has.....
Los Angeles: Keep America Committee, 1967. 11x8.5 leaflet, neatly creased from folding. Pro-segregation article stating that the 14th amendment is a fraud. The Keep America Committee reprinted articles and sent them to a large mailing list around the country, in a pre-social media form of propaganda.
Dallas, TX: [American Nazi Party], [196-]. Postcard. 5.5x8.5 inch postcard, 56 lines of small font text on reverse, cartoon of policeman carrying male protester out of bathroom on address side; very good. No issuer named, but the address for ordering more copies is the Dallas PO box used by the.....
n.p. [1957-?]. 6.75x8.5 inch sheet of pink paper, faintly fold-creased, with mimeographed text of a racist poem, based on "Twas the Night Before Christmas," lamenting the integration of schools in Little Rock. "Ol' Ike had orders / To mix up the schools / But Ol' Faubus said, 'Hold it /.....
Arlington, VA: NSWPP, 1970. Pamphlet. Nine items, all received in 1970, most of them 8.5x11 inches. These were collected at the time by Maurice Rovner, a Jewish schoolteacher who tried to get on extremist mailing lists to collect and keep tabs on the materials of various organizations. He penciled the.....
New Orleans: The Independent American, 1965. Ten-panel leaflet, very good. Tax Fax No. 62. States that Johnson's proposed immigration reforms would assault American workers by inviting cheap competition, while "unlimited, non-quota Orientals and Negroes would be allowed." States that the law would also welcome communist agents and the insane.