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n.p. [Blue Triangle Network], [200-]. 8.5x11 inch thin card for placing in windows or elsewhere, reprinting the iconic sign from the Japanese internment, overstamped with a vow to prevent its repetition. These were distributed by the Blue Triangle Network, afiliated with the RCP, in defense of Muslim immigrants after 9/11.
San Francisco: Tigris, no date. Magazine. [52p] 6.25x8.5 inches, very good first edition poetry anthology in stapled pictorial wraps. Single and likely only issue of a Bay Area poetry journal dedicated to Middle Eastern poetry translated by the editor, an Assyrian from Iraq living in the Bay Area who translated...
Brooklyn: Archipelago Books, 2005. 539p., maps, very good first US edition in cloth-backed boards, unclipped, rubbed dj. Rainmaker Translations. A novel set in Palestine, personally inscribed and signed by the Lebanese-born author who joined Fatah and whose work supports human rights issues for the Palestinian people.
Washington DC: NAAA, 1981. Three 8.5x11 inch packets: a four-page Action Alert calling on supporters to protest an episode of the TV show 20/20, called "The unholy war," which the group says depicts Palestinians as terrorists; a four-page press release about the NAAA convention, to be addressed by John C....
San Francisco: Berret-Koehler Pub. 2008. Hardcover. 248p., introduction, notes, index, boards gilt in dust jacket, very good copy. "..corporations are encouraged to move anywhere in the world they can maximize their earnings. People shouldn't have to risk exploitation, abuse, and even imprisonment when they try to do the same." --from dj.