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New York: International Socialist Review Publishing Association, 1971. Magazine. One issue, 8.5x11 inches, staplebound wraps, all with worn and soiled wraps, previous owners name on label cross middle of front wrap. 47p. This issue tackles "Nixon's Economic Game Plan: The Great Payroll Robbery" by Les Evans, "The New Stage in.....
Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 2005. Paperback. xii, 71p., introduction, personal inscription signed by the poet, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. "Rooted in the traditions of the Coptic community, this compelling debut collection widens the political conversation surrounding ethnicity, pan-Africanism, and pan-Arabism" cover blurb.
n.p. the author, 1969. Two 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled together at upper left corner, very good. Harriet Smith, later known as Sister Makinya Sibeko-Kouate, was a pivotal activist at Merritt College in the 1960s, serving as student body president and organizing a Black Studies program that brought together several of.....
Carson, CA: Small World Publishing, 1990. Paperback. 207p., very good first mass-market paperback edition in pictorial wraps. "A comedy-drama about three displaced members of the African Family-Native Africans, African Americans and White-Africans-rediscovering one another and the continent all over again." - cover. African American author.
Metuchen: Scarecrow Press, 1970. Hardcover. 703p., owner's name written on first front free page, a few pen marks in the table of contents. no dj, a couple spots on front board. While dealing mainly with Africa, the book begins with a historical overview of the American origins of Pan-Africanism.