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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New York: Cultural Correspondence, 1983. Magazine. 96p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps slightly edge worn. Includes C.L.R. James at Black Ink: on Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Ntozake Shange. Other contents include a special section on radical humor and an arts roundup.
Cambridge, MA: [authors], 1969. [43p.], dittoed 8.5x11 inch sheets stapled together at upper left corner, very good. A course project undertaken by radical students at Harvard; cover sheet identifies the course as "T-102, Dr. Belanger;" the group submitting this project was Group A. "The objective of the community self training...
Miami: The Black Archives History & Research Foundation of South Florida, [199-?]. 22x36 inch poster, folded into panels, printed two sides, with map, some photos, etc.
New York: Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1983. 47p, 8.5 x 10 inches, wraps, illustrated with black & white photos, program for festival on the roots of black dance including African and Caribbean slave dances through hip hop, not in OCLC. This festival was captured on film by D A Pennebacker and Chris Hegedus.
San Francisco: BALOC, 1988. 8-page newsletter, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good. Includes discussion of Jesse Jackson’s second campaign for president.
Berkeley: Berkeley Board of Education, 1963. [III] 108p. printed recto-only, mimeographed, 8.5x11 inches, introduction, findings, references, appendixes, footnotes, tables, maps, three-hole-punched with metal strip binder in blue pictroial covers.
Amsterdam: AO-reeks Stichting IVIO, 1956. 16p., illus. wraps decorated in red white & blue with stereotype portrait of Aunt Jemima type. The president referred to was Dwight Eisenhower; article discusses Jim Crow laws.
New York: Delegate, 1986. Oversized Paperback. 228p., illus., 8.5x11 inches, wraps. For two decades, Delegate served as a guide to the meetings and activities of African American leadership organizations.
Harlem, NY: Harlem branch of the Progressive Labor Party, . Single 8.5x11 inch sheet printed both sides, creased from folding into quarters, worn and soiled; not found in OCLC. Addresses for two political contacts have been penned in the margin. Criticism of Adam Clayton Powell, probably written by Bill Epton...
Los Angeles: no publisher noted, 1978. Single 8.5x14 inch sheet handbill, fold crease at bottom otherwise very good on yellow stock with bold, black text. Other text reads -Ransacking of BSA Office, Bill Davis Controversy, Irresponsible Journalism by Daily Bruin, TA Cutbacks, Racism in Law School, Racism! with an 11-line...
n.p. Superior Court of New Jersey; Chancery division, Hudson County, 1969. 11p., 8.5x14 inch sheets stapled together at upper left corner, very good. Civil rights organizers in Hudson County filed the lawsuit against police for tracking their activities and creating secret files; the court finds that the police activities did...
New York: W. E. B. DuBois Clubs of America, 1968. xi, 31p., 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets staplebound at left, last page loose from staples but still present. One of the several newsletters published by the CP-affiliated DuBois Clubs in this period. Articles include Carlos Russell on The Black Caucus and...
Washington: The Committee on the Status of Blacks in the Profession, The American Political Science Association, 1977. Trade Paperback. [vii], 106p., keyboard-set text, first edition, wraps.
Washington: National Alliance of Businessmen, 1977. 107p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps.
[New York]: ANA Chapter, CSAE Local 1707, AFSCME AFL/CIO, 1969. 8.5x11 inch handbill, mimeographed on green paper, lightly fold-creased. States that two months after negotiating an agreement with the ANA to hire nurses from minority communities, several of the new nurses were being terminated. Outlies the case and asks the...
New York: MAN, [196-]. 8.5x11 inch handbill, minor edgewear; verso has a cartoon depicting Puerto Ricans, Vietnamese, American Indians, and African Americans being hung from the gallows. Announces upcoming events including daily demonstrations at the UN. The issuing organization is cited only as "MAN," located at 514 W. 126th St...
Monterrey, Mexico: Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, 1992. 52p, wraps mildly worn with price sticker damage on rear cover, Duval-Carrié (1954 - ) was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; his art combines the sacred and the political aspects of Haitian history.
[Berkeley?]: [Revolution Books], [1990?]. 23 8.5x11 inch sheets, printed single side, light stain on front cover, containing an interview with an imprisoned African American leader of the RCP, reprinted from three 1990 issues of the Revolutionary Worker.
Detroit, MI: News & Letters, 1971. 17p., wraps somewhat smudged and soiled, mimeographed interior pages clean. Pre-Plenum Bulletin no. 2. Critique of Trotskyism, particularly its role in the black struggle. "The more they 'glorify' black 'leaders,' the less they work for unity with the Black masses in the anti-Vietnam War...
New York: The Dreams Company/Raydell Publishing, 1981. 16p., 9x12 inch playbill from the show, profusely illus. with color and black/white photos, wraps.
San Francisco: Dreamland, 1980. 40p., 6x8.5 inches, b&w photos, events, ads, very good booklet in stapled white pictorial wraps. Booklet celebrating the new performance venue, with photos of those featured there (ranging from Grace Jones and Sylvester to competitive bodybuilders). Includes a form to fill out for membership; ads for.....
New York: Young Communist League, 1990. 15p., newsprint magazine. Official bimonthly publication of the YCL, junior branch of the CPUSA. Articles in this issue include Joe Sims, "Under attack and fighting back: African American youth today," Jim Badger, "Hands off Cuba," and an interview with Gus Hall.
Berkeley: The Association, 1974. [12p.] 8.5x11 inches, illustrated with ads for local Bay Area African American owned business, photos of members, program for the fashion show and ceremonies, bottom corner bumped and slightly dog-eared otherwise very good in blue stiff wraps with silver printed cover.
Berkeley: The Association, 1974. [12p.] 8.5x11 inches, illustrated with ads for local Bay Area African American owned business, photos of members, program for the fashion show and ceremonies, stiff blue wraps, phone numbers written on an internal page.
Chicago: Johnson Publishing Company, 1974. Hardcover. 553p.