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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Los Angeles: New African American Vanguard Movement, 1998. Single issue of the 24p. newspaper founded by the New African American Vanguard Movement to fight for reparations and other panAfricanist issues. NAAVM was founded by ex-Panthers, former Bloods and Crips and other activists. Horizontal fold, mild toning.
Washington DC: 1992. First two issues of the newsletter, 6 pages each, 8.5x11 inches, very good. Coverage of Black primary candidates and potential candidates, including independents like Ron Daniels, as well as mainstream candidates' attitudes toward Black issues. Bill Clinton is lambasted for the execution of Ricky Ray Rector.
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.....
San Francisco: The Black World Foundation, 1978. 64p., staplebound wraps, mild wear. This issue includes "People's revolt against poverty: an appeal and challenge" by Republic of New Afrika president Imari Abubakari Obadele; "On the Black Student Movement 1969-70" by Muhammad Ahmad, "War on Black colleges" by Nathan Hare, and more.....
Berkeley: the newspaper, 1969. 8p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, paper evenly toned, otherwise very good. Contains much about the Conspiracy Trial, Black Panther Party, and contemporary events, but much of the content is devoted to Ambibe Ogotemmeli's ruminations on Black capitalism. In addition to publishing this paper, he was.....
New York: Broadway Local, 1971. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, illus., toned, lightly frayed, tiny chips at spine quarterfold, else good. Implictly lefty Upper West Side Manhattan community newspaper with news on Morningside squatters evictions, tenant groups, local Haitian community, local black activist Jeannette Washington, food coops, events calendar, and a......