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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Oakland: Black Panther Party, 1970. Newspaper. 19p. illus. tabloid with Emory Douglas poster on back, toned, worn along the horizontal fold, tear at top of front cover, marginal closed tears, minor wrinkling from damp. Front cover - Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention. Howard University, Washington D.C., November 27, 28 & 29.....
Oakland: Black Panther Party, 1969. Newspaper. 20p. illus. tabloid newspaper, horizontal fold, light browning, minor staining along left margin. "Inside this Issue: Message to All Progressive Forces," "U.S. Pilots Captured in Vietnam." Rear poster reads "Progressive Journalists of the five continents, powerful revolutionary pen and sternly condemn U.S. Imperialism." Artist.....
Oakland: Black Panther Party, 1969. Newspaper. 24p. illus. tabloid newspaper. Horizontal fold, even toning, very good. Fascism in America cover; Ericka Huggins with raised fist; 5 pages of photos of street fighting and police riots in Berkeley, indicative of pending Fascism thanks to Gov. Reagan.
Oakland: Black Panther Party, 1971. 20p. illus. tabloid format newspaper, fold-creased, with George Jackson portrait on front cover and Emory Douglas poster on the rear cover; upper left corner of front page torn away, not affecting text. This is the first issue of the BPP paper to appear after Jackson's.....
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: The Black World Foundation, 1972. 64p., very good in wraps, Malcolm X cover. Issue on "The Black Colony, USA" with contributions by Imari Abubakari Obadele, Charles C. Diggs Jr. on why he dropped out of the American delegation to the UN (opposition to official US policies on apartheid and.....
[Alabama]: Mother Mary Missions; imprimatur: T.J. Toolen, Bishop of Mobile-Birmingham, 1942. 2.75x3.75 inch card, color portrait of De Porres one side, text of the prayer on the other; very good. De Porres, who died in Lima in 1639, is the patron saint of people of interracial ancestry and and seekers.....