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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Palo Alto, CA: Midpeninsula Free University, 1970. 24p., folded tabloid newspaper format, 7.5 x 11.5 inches when folded, worn and evenly toned, top corner dog-eared else good condition on newsprint. Newsletter of the alternative school with news, articles, poetry, class listings, and more. Articles on Black Panther Lonnie McLucas, Los.....
New York: Freedomways Associates Inc., 1979. Single issue of the staplebound journal, pp. 132-176, very good. Includes a series of short critical essays, "Black writers' views of America," with contributions by Angela davis, Carole Gregory, Loyle Hairston, Joyce Ladner and Sarah Wright.
New York: Freedomways Associates Inc., 1981. Single issue of the staplebound journal, pp. 228-288, wraps lightly worn, date penned on cover else very good condition. 20th Anniversary issue. Includes an article on the genocide of Native Americans and a series of cartoons on Ronald Reagan.
New York: Freedomways Associates Inc., 1985. Single issue of the staplebound journal, pp. 130-240, wraps lightly worn else very good condition. Includes poetry by Aaron Kramer, gale jackson, Horace Mungin, and Richard Davidson. Cover is a drawing of Paul Robeson by Vivian R. McDuffie.
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1975. Single issue of the paperback journal, 80p., very good. Includes an editorial, "Black women - internationalizing the struggle," a critique by Brenda Jones of the book "Time on the cross" as racist pseudoscience, Jean Carey Bond on "The media image of Black women," and more.....
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1975. Single issue of the paperback journal, pp. 84-144, traces of a coffee cup ring on the cover. Includes an editorial, "Joanne Little: America goes on trial," Alice A. Lewis describing an appearance by Angela Davis in Port Gibson, Mississippi to call for the release of.....
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1969. pp. 197-288., paperback journal, mild handling, very good. Cover art by John Biggers. Includes Kathryn Jackson on "LeRoi Jones and the New Black Writers of the Sixties," George Fishman on "Paul Robeson's student days and the fight against racism at Rutgers," and more...
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1970. pp. 100-192, paperback journal, very good. Includes J.H. O'Dell's "The contours of the 'Black Revolution' in the 1970s," Robert S. Browne on "Roots of US intervention in Cambodia," Julius Nyerere of Tanzania on "Socialism is not racialism," and more.
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1970. pp. 308-399, paperback journal, mild shelfwear. Includes Porter Kirkwood's "America's youth culture: a revolutionary potential?" as well as "Art and liberation" by Richard G. Hatcher, and a symposium on the GI movement against the war, with Ralph David Abernathy, Howard Levy, and J.H. O'Dell, and.....
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1968. Paperback journal, pp. 301-424, light shelfwear. This issue is devoted to the theme of "The crisis in education and the changing Afro-American community," with contributions from Horace Mann Bond, Brumsic Brandon, Doxey A. Wilkerson, and many others.
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1966. 293-396p., wraps slightly shelfworn else very good condition. Cover art by John Devine. Includes Jack O'Dell's "Colonialism and the Negro American experience," Tim Black's "Chicago Negro labor and civil rights," Special section in memory of Eslanda Robeson, Cartoons by Brumsic Brandon, and more.
New York: Freedomways Associates, 1963. Special "Second Anniversary Issue" issue of the civil rights journal, Softbound journal in 9x6 inch plain printed wraps; generally very good with external rubbing and mild shelfwear. Featured articles: "The Negro in American Films" by Carlton Moss; "And Then Came Baldwin" by Julian Mayfield; "The.....
Tuskegee, AL: the Foundation, n.d. Group of six stamps of the same type, not yet separated along perforations, depicting Carver with chemistry lab equipment. Issued for use in fundraising rather than as postage, this type of stamp is known as a "cinderalla." Very good condition, each stamp 1.5x2 inches. Undated.....
Oakland: Glad Rag, 1985. Two issues of the 12-page tabloid format newspaper, vol. 7 nos. 5 and 7, both with horizontal fold, paper toned. Largely focused on local issues of importance to Black residents, but also the broader Oakland community, including a profile of Rev. Gordon Kwong-Sum Lau.