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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Berkeley: ASLM, 1993. 50p., slender paperback, very good. Published by students at UC Berkeley.
Berkeley: ASLM, 1990. 34p., staplebound wraps, neatly ex-library, couple of small coffee splatters on front cover. Published by students at UC Berkeley. Features an interview with Barbara Christian.
Houston, TX: Afro-American Book Distributors, [ca. 1970]. 15p., 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled together at corner, very good. Undated pricelist from the Afrocentric distributor; titles include some late 1960s Black Power classics, including a couple from 1969, suggesting a date of 1970 or later. Pricelist only, without reviews.
New York: Pepsi-Cola, [1970?]. [12p] 4.75x6.75 inches, illustrated biographical sketches, creased vertically otherwise a very good pamphlet in stapled white pictorial wraps. Crispus Attucks, Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass et al.
Mililani, HI: Kane Publications, 1998. Magazine. 84p., wraps. Various word games.
New York: Dance Magazine, 1974. Magazine. 116p. 8.5x11 inches, articles, reviews, interviews, ads, photos, slightly musty scent otherwise good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Special issue of the magazine subtitled "Black Magic", with articles on Ellington, Al Green, Soul Train, African American theater and film and more.
Brooklyn, NY: Anti-Racism Literature Project, 1988. 30p., staplebound wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, light handling wear with a small discolored spot on front cover. Updates on anti-racist organizing, including the group SOS Racism. Includes an analysis of the Tawana Brawley case declaring it to be a fabrication and characterizing Al Sharpton as...
Birmingham, AL: The Mirror, 1975. Magazine. [20p]8.5x11 inches, photos, articles, news, ads, resources, events, lightly-foxed magazine in stapled white pictorial wraps.
Oakland: Baker Mortuary, Inc., 1987. Calendar. [28p] includes covers, 8.75x9 inches, illustrations, photos, biographies, historical information, 12 month wall calendar, stapled pictorial covers.
Atlanta: Conference on Education and Race Relations, 1940. 16p., later printing, wraps. SRC #2.
Atlanta: Conference on Education and Race Relations, 1937. 15p., fifteenth edition, wraps, small private ownership stamp on front cover. SRC #2.
[Baton Rouge]: Southern University, 1966. 4p. program for the Southern University Lyceum series concert.
Somerville: New England Free Press, . Pamphlet. 48p., wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good condition. Short book reviews and bibliography.
New York: World Mutual Exchange, 1960-1. 45 sheets printed single side, 8.5x11 inches, small stain at lower right front wrap which also has some pen markings; some pen notations throughout. Includes a 1960-1 directory of US Negro newspapers, magazines and publications and separate annotated listings; Negro publications in Canada and...
Philadelphia: American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1928. Hardcover. viii, 359p., with block print front., wraps issue cased into green library buckram gilt-titled and -ruled, both of the original grey printed paper covers are bound in, new casing is fine, textblock and wraps are in near pristine condition. This...
Philadelphia: American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1928. Hardcover. viii, 359p., with block print frontis, hardcover issue in AAPSS series binding (ribbed maroon cloth panelled in blind, spine titles gilt), a bit shelfworn with minute fraying, a light paint smear on back cover, endsheets darkened by something long ago...
Oakland: n.pub. 2015. 17p., very good in staplebound wraps. "So here's a short read that some POC anarchists wrote about what we think. Check it, and next time shit pops off, maybe we'll see you out in the streets."
North Hollywood: Leisure Books, 1971. Paperback. 224p., first printing, wraps a bit worn, paper toned, old price sticker on first page else good condition. Foreword by Melvin Belli. Pocket book original on the Angela Davis case.
Detroit: Hartford Baptist Church and Metropolitan Church of God, 1979. Six-panel brochure, printed two sides, with Taylor's photograph, very good.
Detroit: Gale Research, 1991. Paperback. 28p., 8.5x5.5 inches oblong, illustrated with photos of book covers, catalog of titles available from Gale in the areas of African American and Hispanic Americ studies, very good booklet in stapled pictorial wraps.
Wilberforce: the Conference, 1944. 12p. program, including a 2p. Who's Who, very good in wraps.
Washington, D.C. National Council for a Permanent F.E.P.C., . 15p., illustrated wraps, very good. Pamphlet supporting S-101 and H.R. 2232, laws intended to make the wartime Fair Employment Practice Committee legislation (prohibiting discrimination against Black and other minority workers) permanent. Lists common objections to the law ("Conflicts and even race.....
San Jose, CA: the Coalition; mfg. by Ho-Sale Ent. [197-]. 1.75-inch diameter pin, black design on red background. Metal back has some rust.
New York: Aperture, 1992. Oversized Paperback. 76p., profusely illus. with both color and black/white photos, 9.5x11 inches, first edition, wraps, somewhat worn with handling.
Detroit: Detroit Free Press and Michigan Bell, 1988. 16p., 11x14 inch supplement to the Detroit Free Press, with articles on music, theater, cancer, literature, film and art.