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Anarchism and the Black revolution

by Ervin, Lorenzo Komboa

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Published
1979
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N. pl: Horse and Goat Peoples' Affinity Group, 1979. Pamphlet. 56p., wraps, minor old tape marks from the errata slip and announcement for the pamphlet laid in, 5.5x8.5 inches. Four page prospectus for the pamphlet laid in. Pages from prison #4.
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image of Los Angeles Free Press: vol. 5, #28 (#208) July 12-18, 1968: Come to Our Free 4th Anniversary party

Los Angeles Free Press: vol. 5, #28 (#208) July 12-18, 1968: Come to Our Free 4th Anniversary party

by Kunkin, Art, publisher and editor, Della Rossa, Lawrence Lipton, Dr. Spock, Paul Eberle, Ted Zatlyn, Fred Hoffman, Harvey Perr, Mark Lane, Robert Gover, et al.

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Published
1968
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Los Angeles: Los Angeles Free Press, 1968. Newspaper. 44p., in two sections, tabloid underground newspaper, news, opinion, political actions, events, photos, reviews, interviews, ads, comix, lightly-toned and worn newsprint. Find stories on Nisqually: the Last Indian War, What Dr. Spock Said at Trial, A Reagan Recall Pettition, Hubert Humphrey: Biography of a Bummer and more.
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The marrow of tradition

by Chesnutt, Charles W.

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Published
1901
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$150.00

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Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1901. Hardcover. 329p., orignal cloth binding slightly edge worn, gilt decorations partly eroded, corners lightly bumped, previous owner's neat inscription on front blank end paper else very good condition.
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Paterson: Paterson Anarchist Collective and the Monkey Wrench Press, 1994. 32p., wraps secured by folding, 5.5x8.5 inches, introduction, afterword, poem, eulogy, illustrated with photos, very good zine. Balagoon's trial was for the Brink's armored car robbery and shootout. Kuwasi was an anarchist revolutionary and member of the Black Liberation Army. He died of AIDS-related pneumonia acquired while incarcerated at… Read more
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Labor history. vol 18, no. 3, Winter, 1977

by Leab, Daniel, ed

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Published
1977
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New York: The Tamiment Institute, 1977. Magazine. pp. 325-472p, 6x9.25 inches for this quarterly magazine, wraps, a little edge and shelf worn, else in good condition. Articles include Cowboy strikes and unions by David E. Lopez, Class and ethnic conflict in San Francisco political history: The reform charter of 1898 by William Issel, Social motivation of the anthracite mine… Read more
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image of Los Angeles Free Press: vol. 5, #21 (#201) May 24-30, 1968: Diary of the French Revolt

Los Angeles Free Press: vol. 5, #21 (#201) May 24-30, 1968: Diary of the French Revolt

by Kunkin, Art, publisher and editor, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Ron Cobb, Harvey Perr, Gene Youngblood, Eldridge Cleaver, et al.

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1968
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Los Angeles: Los Angeles Free Press, 1968. Newspaper. 44p., in two sections, tabloid underground newspaper, news, opinion, political actions, events, photos, reviews, interviews, ads, comix, lightly-toned and worn newsprint. Cover stories on the Student Strikes in Paris and the Malcolm X Memorial with Ossie Davis, James Baldwin and others where shots were fired. Alsoa report on the garrison investigation… Read more
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Freedom News: advocating peace and human dignity - in our time; vol. 4, #8, August 1970; Hiroshima 1945-1970

by Segal, M. H., editor, Father Peter J. Riga, Paul Fitzgerald, Dick Gregory, Robin Kayser, Jerry Farber, Selina Bendix, et al.

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Published
1970
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Richmond, CA: Freedom News, Inc, 1970. Newspaper. 40p., folded tabloid newspaper, toned, some fraying, dog-ears, small tears and chips, horizontal fold. A complete reading copy. A cross between a Richmond, CA community paper and an underground paper. Cover story on Hiroshima after 24 years. The La Raza Moratorium. Father Riga on "Brown Brothers" Includes a column by Dick Gregory,… Read more
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Organized labor and the black worker, 1619-1973

by Foner, Philip S.

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Published
1974
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New York: Praeger Publishers, 1974. Hardcover. xi, 489p., inscribed & signed by Foner (as Phil), very good condition in a worn and chipped dj with closed tears.
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image of Zhongguo gong chan dang zhong yang wei yuan hui zhu xi Mao Zedong tong zhi zhi chi Meiguo hei ren kang bao dou zheng de sheng ming, 1968 nian 4 yue 16 ri. [Statement by comrade Mao Zedong, chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, in support of the Afro-American struggle against violent repression. April 16, 1968]

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Beijing: Renmin chubanshe, 1968. 5p., staplebound pamphlet, first printing. 3.5x5 inches, very good with mild handling. The English version of Mao's statement begins with the lines "Some days ago, Martin Luther King, the Afro-American clergyman, was suddenly assassinated by the US imperialists. Martin Luther King was an exponent of non-violence. Nevertheless, the US imperialists did not on that account… Read more
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The Movement, Vol.4, No.2, February 1968

by Blum, Joseph and Arlene Eisen Bergman [eds.]

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Published
1968
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San Francisco: The Movement Press, 1968. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, illus., evenly toned, beginning to split along both ends of fold, small section of front wrap cut out with some loss of text otherwise very good. Left political underground paper published for national readership. This issue features cover story on "Stop the Draft Conspiracy Charges" and headline of "Oakland… Read more
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image of [Statement by comrade Mao Tse-Tung, Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, in support of the Afro-American struggle against violent repression] - Russian-language edition (April 16, 1968)

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Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1968. 5p., staplebound booklet, covers mildly soiled and worn, 3.5x5 inches. Title page has the rubberstamp of the Russian section at the Renmin huabao she. Mao's statement was translated into many languages. The English version begins with the lines "Some days ago, Martin Luther King, the Afro-American clergyman, was suddenly assassinated by the US imperialists.… Read more
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image of Open City: weekly review of the Los Angeles Renaissance; #92, Feb. 23 - March 1, 1969; Happiness is a Warm Gun

Open City: weekly review of the Los Angeles Renaissance; #92, Feb. 23 - March 1, 1969; Happiness is a Warm Gun

by Bryan, John, editor, Charles Bukowski, John Bryan, Julian Lester, Mike Hodel, Ida Honorof, David McReynolds, Pete Senoff, Terry Reid, et al.

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Published
1969
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Los Angeles, CA: Open City, 1969. Newspaper. 14p., folded broadside underground newspaper, new enlarged edition, articles, opinion, reviews, news, psychedelic illustrations, photos, very good on newsprint. Cover story on the move to armed resistance on the part of the African American community with special interest in the East St. Louis Sniper. More "Notes of a Dirty Old Man" which… Read more
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The Movement: Vol.5, No.3, April 1969 April 1969

by Blum, Joseph and Arlene Eisen Bergman [eds.]

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Published
1969
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San Francisco: The Movement Press, 1969. 24p., folded tabloid, illus., evenly toned, dampstain on bottom edge of front wrap which extends through to p13, small closed tear on pp13-24 else good condition, Left political underground paper published for national readership. This issue features cover portrait of John Brown by Frank Cieciorka, articles on the German SDS, draft resistance at… Read more
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The Movement: Vol.5, No.9, October 1969

by Blum, Joseph and Arlene Eisen Bergman [eds.]

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Published
1969
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San Francisco: The Movement Press, 1969. 20p., folded tabloid, illus., lightly worn, evenly toned, small dampstain along stapled edge otherwise good condition. Left political underground paper published for national readership. The issue (though not all content) is dedicated to the recently departed Ho Chi Minh. Back cover is a full-page two-color Trashman strip by Spain Rodriguez featuring Trashman mowing… Read more
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Go Bang! celebrates Sylvester starring Jim Hopkins [handbill]

by [Sylvester, Jim Hopkins, Steve Fabus, Sergio Fedasz, Prince Wolf]

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Published
2016
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San Francisco: GoBangSF, 2016. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill/mini-poster printed one side only with color photograph of Sylvester and event information, very good. Jim Hopkins and the SF Disco Preservation Society held a Sylvester celebration at The Stud co-starring Go Bang.
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Shanghai: Shanghai yinyue chubanshe, 1959. 36p., wraps with photo portrait of Robeson on cover; 5x7 inches; minor corner crease, otherwise very good. Second printing. Chinese translated lyrics and music of Robeson's classic performances, with a preface describing him as "The glorious people's singer, heroic soldier for peace.
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image of [Statement by comrade Mao Tse-Tung, Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, in support of the Afro-American struggle against violent repression] - Arabic-language edition (April 16, 1968)

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Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1968. 6p., staplebound booklet, ex-library with label on spine, internal rubberstamp, card pocket inside back cover, 3.5x5 inches. Mao's statement was translated into many languages. The English version begins with the lines "Some days ago, Martin Luther King, the Afro-American clergyman, was suddenly assassinated by the US imperialists. Martin Luther King was an exponent of… Read more
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New World Review [4 issues]

by Smith, Jessica, ed

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Published
1972
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New York: S.R.T. Publications, Inc, 1972. Four issues of the quarterly magazine, a complete run for the year 1972. Various pagination, all 5.5 x 8.5 inches in wraps. Issues present are Volume 40 Numbers 1-4. All with worn wraps, Number 3 with stained front wrap else generally good condition. Communist Party publication covering the USSR and… Read more
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The Desires of a Woman: Poems Celebrating Womanhood

by Butler, Tajuana

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Published
1997
ISBN
9780965925402
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Smyrna, GA: Lavelle Publishing, 1997. 55p., wraps, 5.5x7.5 inches, one old price sticker on front wrap, one wrapped around spine, and one on half-title else very good condition. Inscribed and signed by the African American poet on the half-title.
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The Ronin Poetz

by Azr, Teferu [Justyn Thomas]

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Published
2002
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9725548072012
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npl: Dachosen Publishing / Ancient-Art-Of-Facts, 2002. Paperback. 145, [6]p., wraps, 5.25x8.5 inches, wraps lightly worn and soiled else very good condition. Signed on the copyright page by the African American poet.
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