This section includes literature by African American authors, as well as nonfiction works on related subjects, and the ephemera of political and social organizations ranging from the Black Panthers to the AME Church.
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Frankfurt: Verlag Roter Stern, 1972. 139 p., illustrated wraps, somewhat worn with spine tear at bottom. Collection of German translations of works by American feminists, with B&W illustrations. Authors of original texts include Marge Piercy, Jayne West, Frances M. Beal, Anne Koedt, Pamela Kearon, etc.
New York: Spartacist Publishing Company, 1998. 47p., 8.25x11 inches, wraps. Black history and the class struggle 15.
Leesburg, GA: Dawson 5 Support Committee, [1977-?]. 11x16 inch poster, faint horizontal fold, otherwise very good. On the case of five young Black men accused of the armed robbery of a store. Their confessions were determined to have been coerced; the case was taken up by the SPLC.
Dover, DE: Back Publishing Company, 1969. 64p., wraps. This 1492-1968 chronology contains an appendix of Spingarn Medalists.
Bridgetown: Modern Printing & Graphics, [1980-?]. 88p., wraps, photocopied forward stapled inside front cover, gift inscription. Revolutionary poetry collection; last page has one-sentence biographies of the contributors.
Bridgetown: Modern Printing & Graphics, [1980-?]. 88p., staplebound booklet, photocopied forward stapled inside front cover, minor foxing. Revolutionary poetry collection; last page has one-sentence biographies of the contributors.
Washington DC: Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, n.d. Four-panel brochure, 5.5x8.5 inches, folded from a single sheet. Faint fold crease. Defines political prisoner and lists activities to help, as well as resources to contact.Circa mid-1990s.
Jamaica Plain, MA: Jericho Boston, 2008. 12p., tablpoid newspaper format, horizontal fold, very good. Issued to mark the tenth anniversary of the Jericho movement to free political prisoners. Includes contributions by Jalil Muntaqim, David Gilbert, Sundiata Acoli, Marilyn Buck, Oscar Lopez Rivera, Sarah Olson, and others.
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1964. Trade Paperback. p., wraps slightly shelf worn. A special issue on the peoples of the Caribbean, including C.L.R. James' Parties, Politics and Economics in the Caribbean, and original contributions by Paule Marshall, Rosa Guy and George Lamming, among others.
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1967. Single issue of the journal, 100p., light shelfwear, otherwise very good in wraps. Includes James Bladwin and Ossie Davis on "Anti-Semitism and Black Power," a section on "The Ghettos: San Francisco, Watts and Harlem," and more.
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1962. All four issues of Volume 2, paperback journals, generally very good with minor handling wear. Contributors include Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Ossie Davis, Shirley Graham, W.E.B. DuBois, Walter Lowenfels, Charles P. Howard, Jomo Kenyatta et al.
Tuskegee, AL: the Foundation, n.d. Group of six stamps of the same type, not yet separated along perforations, depicting Carver with chemistry lab equipment. Issued for use in fundraising rather than as postage, this type of stamp is known as a "cinderalla." Very good condition, each stamp 1.5x2 inches. Undated.....
Palo Alto: TheatreWorks, 1991. 53p., 8.5x11 inches, holepunched wraps attached by brads. Study guide for the musical.
San Diego: the family, 1982. [8p], photocopied booklet in staplebound wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, food stain to back cover. African American family's reunion program, including a poem by Carmen K. Wadley.
Havana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 1983. 325p., illus. with numerous photos, wraps.
San Mateo, CA: Patterson & O'Connell, 1977. Calendar. 28p. calendar, each month illus. with 8-10 panels depicting the life of a prominent Black American (Frances Harper, Duke Ellington, James P. Beckwourth, Charles Spaulding, etc.). Calendar sponsored by Patterson & O'Connell, a San Mateo California funeral home.
Oakland: Quilombo ICM, 1995. Small box of ten cards with images of the ten inventors on front, biographical information on verso, a folded poster with the ten inventors' portraits, cover card with publication information, all very good. 4x5.5 inches, poster folds out to 12.25x16 inches, all b&w.
San Francisco: KPFA, 1976. 8.5x11 inch handbill with portrait of Malcolm X; very good.
New York: National Committee on Employment of Youth, 1963. Issue title for the journal, with contributions by Otis E. Finley, Je., Kenneth B. Clark and others.
Atlanta: Trevor Arnett Library, 1971. v, 45p., wraps.
Coyoacán, DF: Un Mundo Que Ganar, 1996. 31p., wraps. RCP publication.
Philadelphia: Heike Rass-Paulmier and Stephen L. Paulmier, 1995-1998. Seven issues of the publication, 8.5x11 inches, generally very good condition. Issues present are Fall 1995, Fall 1996, Spring 1997, Summer/Fall 1997, Winter 1997-98, Spring/Summer 1998, and Fall/Winter 1998-99. The first issue is subtitled "A cultural magazine for the masses." Includes poetry...
San Francisco: San Francisco Public Library, 1998. Single 8.5x11 inch sheet handbill printed recto-only, black text on yellow stock, very good. Flyer for the exhibition on the history of The Western Addition. A call for photos from personal albums owned by occupants of The WA.
[San Francisco]: . 2.25 inch diameter pin, very good. Issued after video footage emerged showing San Francisco police beating the 18-year-old African American community college student.
New York: The Studio Museum in Harlem/Harry N. Abrams, 1987. 200p., profusely illus. with both paintings and photographs, dj.