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Detroit: Alkebulans, Inc., 1991. 15p., staplebound magazine, very good. Published by followers of Yosef A.A, ben-Jochannan ("Master Ben"), a Black nationalist pseudohistorian who claimed that Albeku-Lan was an ancient Egyptian name for Africa. Includes several pages of black and white photos from a trip to Egypt.
Detroit: Correspondence Publishing Co., 1963. 8p., new format in semi-glossy 8.5x11 inch wraps with black and white photos (formerly a newspaper); mild wear. Single issue of the Black nationalist publication with contributions by James Boggs, Reginald Wilson, an interview with Conrad P. Lynn of the Freedom Now Party, and more.....
Detroit, MI: News & Letters, 1971. 17p., wraps somewhat smudged and soiled, mimeographed interior pages clean. Pre-Plenum Bulletin no. 2. Critique of Trotskyism, particularly its role in the black struggle. "The more they 'glorify' black 'leaders,' the less they work for unity with the Black masses in the anti-Vietnam War.....
Ann Arbor, WI: Youth Liberation, 1975. Two issues of the publication, 40p. each, the initials standing for Freedom, Peace and Solidarity. Very good. Radical anti-skool, youth liberation journal, touching on issues such as student rights, starting a student paper, youth in colonial times, and more.
East Lansing: Michigan State University, [1990s]. Eight-panel brochure folded to 4x9 inches, faculty bios, mission statement, projects, application form, very good on heavy gray stock with green conca shell Aztec logo on cover. At the time the only Latino research center at a major university in the Midwest.
E. Lansing, MI: Ambitious Amazons, 1976. 28p., 8.5x11 inches, articles, news, reviews, events, sources and resources, lightly-worn, good mimeograph newsletter on multi-color stock in stapled pictorial wraps with address label on rear cover. Early issue of the newsletter from the Michigan collective. Began as a simple newsletter and eventually became.....