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Sausalito, CA: The Black World Foundation, 1973. 64p. staplebound magazine, 7x10 inches, wraps worn and creased, 1/4 inch tear on rear wrap else very good condition. Includes Ron Karenga's "Strategy for Struggle," articles by Shirley Graham DuBois on the Middle East, Robert Allen on China after the Cultural Revolution, and.....
Chicago: 1984. Newspaper. 35p. folded tabloid newspaper, minor toning and wear. On the Saviours' Day 1984 interfaith service hosted by the Nation of Islam, attended by Michael Manley, Native American activist Russell Means, Shirley Chisholm, Jeremiah Wright, Seiho Tajiri, and many others.
Los Angeles: Kawaida Community Center, 1981. Six-panel brochure, mild soil and handling wear, pen notation on rear wrap, highlighter mark on front wrap. The US Organization was co-founded by Ron Karenga, creator of Kwanzaa. This brochure introduces the theory and goals of the Groundwork Committee.
Oakland: Uhuru House, . 8.5x14 inch handbill, printed one side, horizontal fold, otherwise very good. "Now that the Community Control Housing Law is on the ballot to be voted on in the November 6 general elections, it is on us, the black working class masses, to ensure its victory..." Uhuru.....
Los Angeles: Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations, 1995, 1997. Two issues of the staplebound newsleter, vol. 6 no. 1 and vol. 8 no. 1; 8 and 4 pages respectively; some creasing. Afrocentric publication claiming historical linkages between ancient Egyptian civilization and the African diaspora.