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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Washington: The National Caucus and Center on Black Aged, 1997. 11p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Call for presentations and abstracts.
Hyattsville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2005. iv, 20p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. Vital and health statistics 10/226.
[San Francisco]: Student Coalition against Racism and Associated Students, [1974?]. 8.5x11 inch flyer, printed single side, for the event at San Francisco State.
[New York]: David Merrick, [196-?]. p., profusely illus. with black/white photos from the Broadway production, 8.5x11 inches, wraps with photos of stars Pearl Bailey and Cab Calloway on the front.
n.p. [197-]. 17x22 inch poster, very good. Text below reads: "We must save Bobby Seale because / we must save the Black Panther Party because / we must save the revolutionary spirit in America.”.
Inglewood, CA: Dellco Publishing Company, 1985. vi, 56p., plus p. ads (Los Angeles area), magazine in trade-wraps book format. Combines word games and poetry.
New York: Freedom National Bank of New York, 1982. Calendar. [28p] includes covers, 8.75x9 inches, illustrations, photos, biographies, historical information, 12 month wall calendar, check marks on December days, mild wear and toning, stapled pictorial covers.
Berkeley: Haiti Action Committee, . Pamphlet. 16p., wraps, minor creasing else very good condition 5.5x8.5 inches.
Durham: Duke University Press, 1974. Pp.567-761, xxii, plain printed journal wraps, mild signs of handling. A.J.R. Russell-Wood "Black and mulatto brotherhoods in colonial Brazil " a study in collective behavior" about 35p.; Stuart Schwartz " Manumission of slaves in colonial Brazil : Bahia, 1684-1745" about 30p.; Peter Marzahl "Creoles and...
Greenville, SC: A Press, 2001. 229p., hardcover, front board slightly dished; numerous black and white photos of congregants, personal messages and history of the congregation.
San Francisco: Woodford Associates, 1985. 84p., 11x8.5 inches oblong, illustrated with photos, ads and stats, very good in worn original stapled pictorial wraps with photo of the 1909 PCL Champion San Francisco Seals team on the cover.
Atlanta: Southern Regional Council, [196-?]. 42p., wraps with subtitle "A guide for home buyers", aimed at African Americans.
San Francisco: no date. Pinback Button. 3-inch diameter pin, unflawed, very good exemplar. The Bayview, adjacent to Hunter's Point, is a low-income family-based area largely African American and long targeted by real estate entrepreneurs.
[Berkeley]: Citizens for an End to Racism, [197-?]. 1p. flyer, printed single side, 8.5x11 inches, calling for a march and rally in Berkeley and a caravan to an ecumenical service in Richmond.
São Paulo: Social Network for Justice and Human Rights i, . 216p., wraps. Includes a 7-page intro to "women's police stations," the first such established in 1985, "the main public and political arena to combat and prevent violence against women"
Nashville: Race Relations Department, United Church of Christ, 1965. 124p., title page has a corner clipped, otherwise very good in wraps. Contributors include Julian Bond and Benjamin Quarles, among others. Short presentations on the Mexican-American and Puerto Rican experiences are included.
Havana: Editora Política, 1984. 522p., very good in wraps, text in Spanish. Includes papers by Roxanne Dunbar, Ron Daniels, Robert Chrisman and other American leftists in addition to Cuban and Latin American authors.
[East Bay, CA]: [Nation of Islam], n.d. 1.75 inch diameter pin, a lovely example, basically as-made with mirror-like reverse, from a tiny stash obtained from the original manufacturer.
Oakland: the Center, [201-]. 2.25 inch diameter pin, very good, with portrait of Malcolm X.
Oakland: The International Black Writers & Artists, 1991. 30p., wraps. Richard Moore edited the journal, which contains both prose and poetry.
Chicago and Atlanta: Third World Press and Institute of the Black World, 1973. ix, 8p. + p. postscript, very good in staplebound wraps. Revised second edition.
St. George's: Fedon Publishers, 1982. 104p., coated paperstock throughout, illus. with photos of persons at work, on activist marches, and portrait studies; wraps, mild signs of handling.
Los Angeles: In Touch, [1970s]. Magazine. [48p] includes covers, 8.25x10.75 inches, no text except some names of models, illustrated withb&w and color explicit photographs of African America men, very good magazine format portfolio in stapled pictorial wraps with a disturbing photo of a young African American man eating a watermelon.....
New York: Castillo International, 1992. Paperback. 128p., later printing, wraps mildly worn, some rippling at spine due to printer's error, else very good.
Atlanta: the Conference, 1992. p. program, 8.5x11 inches, wraps with six words in pen on the front (book titles).