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: The Commemoration Committee for the Black Panther Party, 1991. 16p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. Single issue of the paper published by former Black Panthers and supporters. Includes an unfortunate piece by Tony Brown arguing that AIDS is a hoax.
Manhattanville Station, New York: Commune, 1968. First issue of the short-lived Situationist-influenced newsletter, mimeographed on a single 8.5x11 inch sheet, very good. OCLC lists two holdings, at UC Davis and University of Virgina, each of which has only this and one later issue. The publication was occasioned by the assassination...
New York: Communist Party of the United States of America, 1932. Paperback. 99-192p., wraps slightly worn, some internal creasing of corners Complete issue. Articles include The International Significance of Bolshevism by M.H.C., The Problem of Cadres in the Party by C. Smith, growing Revolt in Japan by Nakata, A Year.....
Assen, Netherlands: Royal Van Gorcum Ltd, 1957. Hardcover. xiii, 176p., hardbound in openweave cinnamon cloth boards gilt, in dust jacket; lower corner has suffered a bad corner bump affecting textblock (but not the printblocks) as well as covers, while the upper corner-tip has a much milder bump. Otherwise quite sound...
Baltimore: Department of Education. Office of the Director of Colored Schools, 1939. ii, 23p., 8.5x13 inches, some writing in text, wraps worn. A Committee of Baltimore educators -- Elizabeth Carr, Clarence Roberts, Chair Edyth Myers and eight others -- put together this high school teaching unit, cimilar to those from...
Detroit: Correspondence Publishing Co., 1963. 8p., new format in semi-glossy 8.5x11 inch wraps with black and white photos (formerly a newspaper); mild wear. Single issue of the Black nationalist publication with contributions by James Boggs, Reginald Wilson, an interview with Conrad P. Lynn of the Freedom Now Party, and more.
New York: 1978. 16p. (half in English, half in Spanish); tabloid newspaper format, horizontal fold, paper toned. Salvador Agron, popularly known as the "Capeman," is listed on the editorial staff, and he contributes an article about his case. He laments that he is still in prison while Nixon is free...
New York: Cultural Correspondence, 1983. Magazine. 96p., 8.5x11 inches, illus., wraps slightly edge worn else very good condition. 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...
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.