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Sausalito: The Black World Foundation, 1972. 64p., very good in wraps, Malcolm X cover. Issue on "The Black Colony, USA" with contributions by Imari Abubakari Obadele, Charles C. Diggs Jr. on why he dropped out of the American delegation to the UN (opposition to official US policies on apartheid and...
San Francisco: The Black World Foundation, 1969-1988. Magazine. Fourty-eight issues of the monthly journal, spanning December 1969 to January/February 1988. Issues present are: Volume 1 Numbers 2, 5, and 8, Volume 2 Numbers 2, 4, and 6, Volume 3 Numbers 1, 3, 5, and 9, Volume 4 Numbers 8-9 [combined...
Grand Rapids, MI: Black Seed, 2015. 31p., folded tabloid format, illus., very good condition on newsprint. Includes an interview with Corina Gould, a Chochenyo and Karkin Ohlone woman from Oakland who started the yearly Shellmound Walk, which brings attention to the history of shellmounds in the Bay Area, and the...
Portland, ME: Mutual Aid Portland, 2001. 54p., wraps soiled, old price sticker on front wrap, else good condition. Anarchist zine. Articles include "Depressed, Insane, and Emotionally Fucked Up: Coping With Today's Society", "Thoughts on Black Blocs", and "Anti-Work vs. Laziness", plus a reprint of the Chicago Surrealist Group's 1989 "Point Blank Manifesto"
Chicago: Blazing Star/NAM, 1976. [14p] 8.5x11 inch newsletter, illustrated with drawings and cartoons, features, opinion, ads, resources, lightly-toned on covers, sheets stapled top-left corner. Blazing Star was a lesbian/feminist chapter of the New American Movement established in Chicago. Stories on Gay Rights legislation, Lavender & Red Book review, lesbian mothers.....
East Barnet, Hertfordshire: Block Collective @ Art History Dept., Middlesex Polytechnic, 1979-1987. Magazine. Five issue broken run, various pagination, 8.25x11.75 inches, essays, critique, interviews, news, services and resources, illustrations and photos, light wear (issue #6 the covers are almost separated) otherwise very good art and critical theory periodical in stapled...
Chengdu: Xizang yanjiu bian ji bu, 1982. Two issues of the Tibetan Studies journal from 1982, text in Tibetan with an English table of contents, very good. Articles on history, religion, traditional medicine, and of course, the glories of liberation brought by the Chinese Communist Party.
London: Male Classics, . Magazine. 56p. includes covers, 5.75x8 inches, illustrated with b&w photos of male models in posing pouches and seminude, very good digest-size magazine in stapled color pictorial wraps. Photographers include Encore Studio, Quaintance Studio, Milo of Los Angeles and Bruce (of Los Alamitos!).
Havana: the magazine, 1972, 1980. Three issues of the weekly magazine, all with color covers and black and white interior illustrations, with articles on topics ranging from revolutionary history and current events to arts and literature. Issues present are Dec. 8 1972, October 10 and 24, 1980. Text in Spanish. 113, 98 and 98 pages, respectively.