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Inward Light [five issues]
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Inward Light [five issues]

By Kotschnig, Elined Prys, editor; later Charles and Eleanor Perry

Washington DC; Bryn Mawr, PA: Inward Light, sponsored by the Friends Conference on Religion and Psychology, 1987. Five issues of the publication, staplebound booklet format, occasional marginalia or handling soil. Numbers present are 68, 81, 97, 99 and 103. Cover of no. 68 depicts a stained glass window donated by people from Wales to the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, where four girls were killed in a bombing. "Inward Light seeks to be an organ of expression and intercommunication among those concerned with cultivating the inner life and relating it to the problems of our time." Coverage ranges from civil rights to the new interest in the Goddess and memories of Jung.

$35.00

¡Chicano! TV series newsletter; vol. 1, #1, Summer 1992
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¡Chicano! TV series newsletter; vol. 1, #1, Summer 1992

Los Angeles: NLCC/National Latino Communications Center, 1992. Six-panel newsletter folded to 8.5x11 inches, photos, stills, reports, advisors, production team etc. very good on heavy slick stock. First of a planned series of newsletters reporting on the progress of the Center's project of at least 4 episodes of a series covering the History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement planned for 1994 (it was finally completed in 1996) The four episodes atre available on Kanopy through local libraries.

$15.00

Make it real. Register / Vote [poster]
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Make it real. Register / Vote [poster]

Washington DC: A. Philip Randolph Educational Fund, n.d.. 17x22 inch poster, minor edgewear, very good. A striking poster reflecting the urgency and optimism of the Civil Rights Movement. The A. Philip Randolph Educational Fund produced several posters urging African American voters to make use of their hard-won right.

$1000.00

NGRA: National Gay Rights Advocates: 1988 annual report
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NGRA: National Gay Rights Advocates: 1988 annual report

By National Gay Rights Advocates

San Francisco: NGRA, 1988. 12p., 8.5x11 inches, statements and photos of the two directors, financials, actions, figures, donors, future plans, very good report booklet in stapled gray printed wraps.

$15.00

NCLR: National Center for Lesbian Rights Newsletter Spring 1995 and Fall 1996 [two issues]
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NCLR: National Center for Lesbian Rights Newsletter Spring 1995 and Fall 1996 [two issues]

San Francisco: NCLR, 1996. Paperback. Two issues, 12p. each, 8.5 x 11 inches, photos, reports, news, projects, illustrations, services and resources, very good newsletters in stapled wraps. The Center was founded in 1977.

$25.00

To Ride the Public\'s Buses: the fight that built a movement
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To Ride the Public's Buses: the fight that built a movement

By Johnson, Mary & Barrett Shaw, editors, photos by Tom Olin, foreword by Stephanie Thomas

Louisville: Avocado Press, 2001. Paperback. xii, 188p., foreword, photos, index, very good first edition trade paperback original in pictorial wraps. A Disability Rag Reader. Story of ADAPT and the fight to win lifts on public transit.

$12.00

White: the biography of Walter White, Mr. NAACP
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White: the biography of Walter White, Mr. NAACP

By Janken, Kenneth Robert

New York: The New Press, 2003. Hardcover. xvi, 477p., preface, notes, bibliography, index, b&w photo section very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj.

$20.00

Exile and Pride: disability, queerness and liberation
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Exile and Pride: disability, queerness and liberation

By Clare, Eli, foreword by Suzaane Pharr

Cambridge: South End Press, 1999. Paperback. x, 147p., foreword, notes, index, very good first trade paperback edition in pictorial wraps.

$12.00

The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr.; from \
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The FBI and Martin Luther King, Jr.; from "solo" to Memphis

By Garrow, David J.

New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1981. Hardcover. 320p., preface, afterword, notes, index, good later printing in quarter-cloth boards and clipped with chip at head of spinedj.

$15.00

Ramparts, vol. 4, no.2, June 1965 The south at war; five battles of Selma
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Ramparts, vol. 4, no.2, June 1965 The south at war; five battles of Selma

By Hinckle, Warren and David Welsh

Menlo Park, CA: The Layman's Press, 1965. Magazine. 36p. illus. report in the 64p. magazine, wraps slightly worn and soiled, pencil notation on first pahge, else very good condition. "A special report on the Civil War Today." Five Battles of Selma include "Battle of the Bridge, Show of Force, The Infiltration, Charge of the Bible Brigade and The Shadow Brigade.

$20.00

Ramparts Vol. 3 # 5, Jan-Feb 1965
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Ramparts Vol. 3 # 5, Jan-Feb 1965

By Keating, Edward M., editor in chief

Menlo Park, CA: The Layman's Press, 1965. Magazine. 62p., wraps, illus., 9 x 12 inches, wraps slightly worn and soiled, else very good condition. The magazine in its original incarnation as a Catholic literary quarterly. Cover story on the Vietnam war with an interview with senator Frank Church.

$25.00

Dabney enters heaven.  A \'Brite\' dream. The experiences herein recorded are accredited to the fertile nocturnal fancies of Mrs. Mary D. Brite, for many years secretary of the Cincinnati Branch of the American Civil Liberties Union
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Dabney enters heaven. A 'Brite' dream. The experiences herein recorded are accredited to the fertile nocturnal fancies of Mrs. Mary D. Brite, for many years secretary of the Cincinnati Branch of the American Civil Liberties Union

By Brite, Mary D.

Cincinnati, OH: n.pub, 1931. Pamphlet. 7p., wraps, very good condition, 3.75x8.25 inches. Dream about heaven featuring Samuel Gompers who changes his mind and supports integration & the 'One Big Union.' Supports the civil rights of African Americans. Brite was active in the Cincinnati ACLU and the local NAACP.

$45.00

BAYMEC 1984-1994: Tenth anniversary dinner & dance [program] celebrating a decade of visibility; no more closet politics!
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BAYMEC 1984-1994: Tenth anniversary dinner & dance [program] celebrating a decade of visibility; no more closet politics!

By BAYMEC [Bay Area Municipal Elections Committee] edited by Don Nelson, graphics by John Jensen

San Jose/Santa Cruz: BAYMEC, 1994. 40p., 8.5x11 inches, photos, bios, ads, very good event program in stapled white wraps. Advocate organization for LGBTQ rights in San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties.

$20.00

Liberation: an independent monthly [115 issues of the journal]
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Liberation: an independent monthly [115 issues of the journal]

New York: Liberation, 1977. One hundred and fifteen issues of the influential publication, including extensive coverage of the civil rights movement, pacifist struggle against the Vietnam War, and the whole evolution of the left through the 1960s and early 1970s. Issues present are Volume 3 Numbers 1, 7 and 11, Volume 4 Number 8, Volume 5 Numbers 4, 10 and 11, Volume 6 Numbers 1-6, 11, and 12, Volume 7 Numbers 1 and 3-12, Volume 8 Numbers 1, 2, 3, 7-10 and 12, Volume 9 Numbers 2, 4, 5, 6, and 8-11, Volume 10 Numbers 1-5 and 7-10, Volume 11 Numbers 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, and 10, Volume 12 Numbers 1-4, 6-8, and 11, Volume 13 Numbers 2, 5, 7, and 9, Volume 14 Numbers 1-6, 8, 9, and 10, Volume 15 Numbers 1-10 and Volume 15 Number 11/Volume 16 Numbers 1 & 2 [Triple Issue], Volume 16 Numbers 3-10, Volume 17 Numbers 1, 3, 4, 5, and 7, 9, and 10, Volume 18 Numbers 1, 3, 4, 5, and 7-10, Volume 19 Numbers 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6, and Volume 20 Numbers 1, 2 ,3, and 5. All with worn and soiled wraps, some unevenly toned, some with address labels, some stains and small closed tears. Some are coming loose from their wraps and about ten issues have their wraps completely detached but present. Volume 13 Number 2 has a water-damaged and very crinkled cover. Contributors include Paul Goodman, Martin Luther King Jr, AJ Muste, Dave Dellinger, Sidney Lens, Staughton Lynd, Robert Williams, Dorothy Day, James Baldwin, Bayard Rustin, Tom Hayden, LeRoi Jones [Amiri Baraka], Barbara Deming, Noam Chomsky, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and Allen Ginsburg.

$450.00

This Nonviolent Stuff\'ll Get You Killed: how guns made the Civil Rights Movement possible
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This Nonviolent Stuff'll Get You Killed: how guns made the Civil Rights Movement possible

By Cobb, Charles E., Jr.

New York: Basic Books, 2014. Hardcover. xiii, 294p., author's note, introduction, afterword, notes, index, photos, very good first edition in boards and unclipped red and white dj.

$25.00

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 (April 16, 1968)
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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 (April 16, 1968)

By Mao, Tse-Tung

Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1968. 4p., 'first pocket edition', small pamphlet, 3.5x5 inches, some handling wear and creasing. 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 show any tolerance towards him, but used counter-revolutionary violence and killed him in cold blood...

$12.00

The Negro history bulletin: vol. 24 Number 4, January 1961
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The Negro history bulletin: vol. 24 Number 4, January 1961

By Brooks, Albert N. D., ed

Washington DC: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1961. Magazine. Numbered p. 74-p. 95., includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, features, news, opinion, reviews, wraps slightly worn with library stamps on both front and rear wrap, else very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$15.00

The Negro history bulletin: vol. 31, #5, May 1968
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The Negro history bulletin: vol. 31, #5, May 1968

By King, Martin Luther, Patricia Romero, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Benjamin Quarles, et al.

Washington DC: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1968. Magazine. 24p., includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, cover portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., photos, features, news, opinion, reviews, wraps slightly worn with two small rust stains, else very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. memorial issue for King with excerpts from his writing and eulogies, memorials, essays.

$25.00

The Negro history bulletin: vol. 17 Number 7, April 1954
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The Negro history bulletin: vol. 17 Number 7, April 1954

By Brooks, Albert N. D., ed

Washington DC: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1954. Magazine. Numbered p. 146-p. 167., includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, features, news, opinion, reviews, wraps slightly worn, else very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$15.00

The Negro history bulletin: vol. 17 Number 5, February 1954
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The Negro history bulletin: vol. 17 Number 5, February 1954

By Brooks, Albert N. D., ed

Washington DC: The Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1954. Magazine. Numbered p. 99-p. 119., includes covers, 8.5x11 inches, cover portrait of Carter G. Woodson, photos, features, news, opinion, reviews, wraps slightly worn, library stamp on front wrap, else very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps.

$15.00

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