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One Man\'s Mind
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One Man's Mind

By Mask, John

Colorado Springs: Curry Brothers Publishing, 2009. 40p., slender paperback, signed inside the rear cover, light shelfwear. Indiana-born African American author.

$17.00

GLHS Events [8 handbills]
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GLHS Events [8 handbills]

San Francisco: Gay & Lesbian Historical Society of Northern California, 1999. Eight 8.5x11 inch handbills printed one side only on white stock all very good. Two versions of Making a Case for Community History, Asian & Pacific Islander Queers Looking Back with Pride, Transit Case - Estate of Louis Sullivan of FTM Int., A Living Legacy of Leadership; The Gay & Lesbian African American Historical Society, A Glimpse into One Bear's Drawers, A Snapshot of Lesbian-Feminist History & Imperial Court of San Fraqncisco.

$20.00

On the road to Damascus and other poems
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On the road to Damascus and other poems

By Williams, Katrice

Stanford, CA: Stabilized Mindz, 2008. 64 pages, slender paperback, very good, inscribed by the author. Poetry by a then-student at Stanford.

$17.00

Bunche Review; Volume 3, 2003-3004: Celebrating Bunch Centenary & 50th Anniversary of the Brown Decision
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Bunche Review; Volume 3, 2003-3004: Celebrating Bunch Centenary & 50th Anniversary of the Brown Decision

By Hunt, Darnell and Candace Moore, editors

Los Angeles: Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA, 2004. 7p., stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus., very good condition. Newsletter of the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA. Featured guests at the center that year included Kimberle Crenshaw, Ocatvia Bulter, and Kathleen Cleaver.

$12.00

Stained Glass Word Stop WaR! [inscribed and signed]
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Stained Glass Word Stop WaR! [inscribed and signed]

By Redack, Chandra aka Shahn

San Francisco: Self-published by the author as Stained Glass Soul Media, 2003. Paperback. v, 76p. printed recto-only, personal inscription signed by the poet on page 73, very good first edition paperback in black wraps with red peace sign logo on cover. Lesbian African American activist poet videographer and musician (fighting eviction of artists on Market Street, SF).

$25.00

Home Girls: a Black feminist anthology
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Home Girls: a Black feminist anthology

By Smith, Barbara, editor, Michelle T. Clinton, Michelle Cliff, Jewelle L. Gomez, Audre Lorde, Pat Parker, Alice Walker, et al.

New York: Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, 1983. Paperback. lviii, 376p., introduction, very good third printing trade paperback in wraps.

$11.00

The Black Business Network: A Directory of Black Owned Businesses and Professional Offices in the Birmingham Area; Volume 4, 1985-86
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The Black Business Network: A Directory of Black Owned Businesses and Professional Offices in the Birmingham Area; Volume 4, 1985-86

Birmingham, AL: The Research Associates, 1985. 43p., stapled wraps, very good condition.

$12.00

Act of vengeance
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Act of vengeance

By Hodge, Millicent Y.

n.p.: Xlibris, 2003. 164p., paperback, light shelfwear. Government thriller by an African American lawyer; photo on rear cover shows her with Bill Clinton.

$17.00

Spartacist. Number 3 (January-February 1965)
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Spartacist. Number 3 (January-February 1965)

By Spartacist League

New York: Spartacist, 1965. 16p., wraps, paper toned, otherwise very good; 8.5x11 inches. Cover story is "Harlem Riot and After

$12.00

Souvenir program. Sixth annual convention, hosted by the West Coast Chapter and Associate Members
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Souvenir program. Sixth annual convention, hosted by the West Coast Chapter and Associate Members

By National Association of Radio Announcers

Los Angeles: NARA, 1963. [16p] staplebound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, covers mildy worn and spotted with soil, a pen squiggle. Also included is a group photo compliments of Dave Dixon of KATZ in St. Louis; unsure whether the photo is from the same year or the same event. (Dixon is seated just left of center, with lighter complexion). The convention brought together African American radio DJs from around the country. Includes black and white photos of national officers and West Coast chapter members, gospel artists, plus many ads (including "thank you" notes from Motown Records and others for playing their artists).

$75.00

In spite of: a novel
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In spite of: a novel

By McGlothin, Victor

Plano, TX: Well Done Books, 1997. 220p., paperback, mild shelfwear; inscribed by the author inside the front cover. Novel featuring "the struggle of survival and greed between Dallas' only Black-owned cab company and those controlled by the local Mafia faction. When the Black Panthers get involved in the conflict, a relentless FBI agent, George Morrell, abuses his power to satisfy his own lofty ambitions..." - cover blurb.

$25.00

Serpent Source Foundation for Women Artists Newsletter: vol. 2, #1 &2, Fall 2001
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Serpent Source Foundation for Women Artists Newsletter: vol. 2, #1 &2, Fall 2001

By Youngblood, Julia, editor

San Francisco: Serpent Source Foundation for Women Artists, 2001. Magazine. 20p. each, 8.5x11 inches, news, articles, art, photos, opportunities, services and resources, remains of tape closure for mailing and address label otherwise very good magazines in stapled pictorial wraps.

$12.00

The eye of the storm, and light verse for heavy hearts
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The eye of the storm, and light verse for heavy hearts

By Allan, Lewis [pseudonym of Abel Meeropol]

Hastings on Hudson, NY: Peter Piper Press, 1969. 64p., staplebound wraps toned somewhat unevenly, interior very good. Errata sheet laid in. Publisher's address has been neatly struck out, with new address in Florida rubberstamped above. Meeropol is best known as the author of the anti-lynching song "Strange Fruit," made famous by Billie Holiday (the lyrics are included in this collection). Abel, with his wife Ann, adopted Julius and Ethel Rosenberg's two children after their execution; the poem at the centerfold is devoted to the Rosenbergs. Other pieces attack racism and the Vietnam War. The House I Live In, also included, became famous through its performance by Frank Sinatra: "The house I live in / A plot of Earth, a street / The grocer and the butcher / And the people that I meet / The children in the playground / The faces that I see / All races and religions / That's America to me...

$75.00

Black men still singing; poems by Maurice W. Britts, et. al
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Black men still singing; poems by Maurice W. Britts, et. al

Robbinsdale, MN: Guild Press, 1990. 60p., slender paperback, very good.

$17.00

Valley Women\'s Voice; Volume 6 Issue 3, April 1984
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Valley Women's Voice; Volume 6 Issue 3, April 1984

Amherst, MA: Valley Women's Voice, 1984. 16p., folded tabloid format, illus., ads for local businesses, calendar of events, evenly toned, some wear, 1 inch closed tear along fold else good condition. Newspaper based out of the Everywomen's Center at UMass. Cover story on Jesse Jackson's presidential campaign, plus articles on a lesbian cooperative dorm at Smith College, sexuality, and more.

$20.00

Walkin\' Steel: a newsletter devoted to the abolition of control unit prisons. Vol. 1 no. 2 (Fall 1991)
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Walkin' Steel: a newsletter devoted to the abolition of control unit prisons. Vol. 1 no. 2 (Fall 1991)

Chicago: Committee to End the Marion Lockdown, 1991. 11p., 8.5x11 inches, illus., self-wraps secured by folding, very good condition. Issue focused on the Attica prison rebellion and its relevance to the struggle at Marion.

$15.00

The Movement: Affliated with the Student Nonviolent Coordinationg Committee; Vol. 3 No. 9, September 1967
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The Movement: Affliated with the Student Nonviolent Coordinationg Committee; Vol. 3 No. 9, September 1967

By Terence Cannon, Joe Blum, et al, editoral group

San Francisco: The Movement Press, 1967. Newspaper. 12p., folded tabloid, illus., evenly toned, lightly worn, address stamp on front wrap, bottom corner dog eared else good condition. Left political underground paper associated with SNCC and published for national readership. Cover story is "Black Revolution is Real", on Stokely Carmichael's visit to Cuba, plus articles on anti-draft organizing, resistance in Rhodesia, life in the Navy, and more. Back page is an announcement of the planned Stop the Draft week of protests.

$20.00

Detroit Reporter: the black and white newspaper. Sept. 4, 1974
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Detroit Reporter: the black and white newspaper. Sept. 4, 1974

Detroit: Detroit Reporter, 1974. 16p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, pages toned. Includes an article incorrectly theorizing that Huey Newton, whose whereabouts were unknown at the time, had been killed by white "mafia types.

$12.00

Wisdom made manifest: spiritual poetry
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Wisdom made manifest: spiritual poetry

By James, Larry K.

Galveston, TX: Apollo Sage Publishing, 1999. Slender unpaginated paperback, very good. Signed. African American poet on themes of faith and ethics.

$17.00

Black Lesbians &  Gays Weaving the Future!: the 5th annual national black gay & lesbian conference [leaflet] Oakland, California, February 14-17, 1992
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Black Lesbians & Gays Weaving the Future!: the 5th annual national black gay & lesbian conference [leaflet] Oakland, California, February 14-17, 1992

Los Angeles: B.G.L.L.F./ Black Gay & Lesbian Leadership Forum, 1992. Single 5.5x8.5 inch leaflet printed one side only on lavender stock.

$11.00

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