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Escape the Thunder [a shocking novel about the seamy side of a Southern Town]
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Escape the Thunder [a shocking novel about the seamy side of a Southern Town]

By Coleman, Lonnie

New York: Permabooks, 1954. Paperback. 160p., very good secind printing vintage paperback in pictorial wraps. Very nice copy, complete and unabridged. Perma Star 295. African American characters written in dialect. Prostitutes, pimps and junkies.

$12.00

Free the Wilmington 10 now! [pinback button]
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Free the Wilmington 10 now! [pinback button]

Washington DC: mfg. by Gateways Unlimited, [197-]. 1.75 inch diameter pin, minor scuffing and a couple of spots, rear has a dent to rim, not visible from front. In support of the Wilmington 10 (including Benjamin Chavis, later head of the NAACP, pictured on the pin), who had been convicted of arson and conspiracy in the firebombing of a white-owned business and sentenced to a total of almost three centuries in prison. Amnesty International declared them to be political prisoners in 1976, and the convictions were overturned in 1980 on the grounds that exculpatory evidence had been hidden.

$30.00

Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, March 1971, vol. 47, no. 3; Coal Miners Rising Up Angry
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Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, March 1971, vol. 47, no. 3; Coal Miners Rising Up Angry

Clintwood, VA: Council of the Southern Mountains Inc, 1971. Magazine. 23p., wraps, 8.5 x11 inches, wraps worn, pen notation and small stain on front wrap, else very good condition. Wraps are not stapled, secured only by folding.

$15.00

Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, January 1971, vol. 47, no. 1
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Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, January 1971, vol. 47, no. 1

Clintwood, VA: Council of the Southern Mountains Inc, 1971. Magazine. 23p., wraps, 8.5 x11 inches, wraps worn, pen notation and some soiling on front wrap, else very good condition. Wraps are not stapled, secured only by folding.

$15.00

Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, October, 1976.  Vol. 52, no. 10.  Special: Mine Worker\'s Convention
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Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, October, 1976. Vol. 52, no. 10. Special: Mine Worker's Convention

Clintwood, VA: Council of the Southern Mountains Inc, 1976. Magazine. 47p., wraps, newsprint lightly browned else very good condition, 8x10.75 inches.

$15.00

Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, January 1977, vol. 53, no. 1
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Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, January 1977, vol. 53, no. 1

Clintwood, VA: Council of the Southern Mountains Inc, 1977. Magazine. 47p., wraps, illus., newsprint lightly browned and worn else very good condition, 8x10.75 inches.

$15.00

Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, October 1973, vol. 49, no. 10
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Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, October 1973, vol. 49, no. 10

Clintwood, VA: Council of the Southern Mountains Inc, 1973. Magazine. 23p., wraps, newsprint lightly browned, wraps worn, pen notation on front wrap else very good condition, 8x10.75 inches. Cover story on the Harlan County mine strike.

$15.00

Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, May, 1976.  Vol. 52, no. 5. Scotia: Ky.\'s worst mine disaster since Hyden
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Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, May, 1976. Vol. 52, no. 5. Scotia: Ky.'s worst mine disaster since Hyden

Clintwood, VA: Council of the Southern Mountains Inc, 1976. Magazine. 47p., wraps, newsprint lightly browned , small closed tear on rear wrap and last few pages else very good condition, 8x10.75 inches.

$15.00

Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, February-March 1977, vol. 53, no. 2
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Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, February-March 1977, vol. 53, no. 2

Clintwood, VA: Council of the Southern Mountains Inc, 1977. Magazine. 47p., wraps, illus., newsprint lightly browned and worn, wraps beginning to detach else good condition, 8x10.75 inches.

$15.00

Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, November 1973, vol. 49, no. 11
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Mountain life & work, the magazine of the Appalachian South, November 1973, vol. 49, no. 11

Clintwood, VA: Council of the Southern Mountains Inc, 1973. Magazine. 22p., wraps, newsprint lightly browned else very good condition, 8x10.75 inches. Special issue: Miners on strike. In UMWA we trust.

$15.00

The Southern Patriot [35 issues]
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The Southern Patriot [35 issues]

By Southern Conference Educational Fund

Louisville, KY: SCEF, 1976. Thirty five issues of the monthly publication, spanning the period from January 1973 to September 1976. Issues present are Volume 31 Numbers 1 and 4-10, Volume 32 Numbers 1-610 Volume 33 Numbers 1,3, and 4-10 and Volume 34 Numbers 1-8. 8p. each, tabloid newspaper format, horizontal fold, all evenly toned, some wear, all with address stamp cut out on front wrap, Volume 31 Number 4 with large closed tear on front wrap, Volume 31 Number 1 with small closed tear on front wrap, else generally good condition. Articles on the UFW and Cesar Chavez, the Harlan County miners strike of 1973, Robert Williams, the framing of African American student Gary Tyler for murder, and more.

$75.00

BWMT Memphis newsletter: a multi-racial organization for all people April & May 1990 [two issues]
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BWMT Memphis newsletter: a multi-racial organization for all people April & May 1990 [two issues]

By BWMT Memphis, Laura Tek et al.

Memphis, TN: Black & White Men Together of Memphis, 1990. Two issues, 18p. and 16p., 8.5x11 inches, stapled upper-left corner, color cover sheets, very good, news, reports, events, services and resources, note inked on cover of the May issue otherwise very good. Inclusive of lesbians.

$30.00

Southern changes [31 issues]
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Southern changes [31 issues]

Atlanta: Southern Regional Council, 1984. Magazine. 31 issues of the staplebound magazine, most with mailing label on rear covers, two missing the rear cover. Generally even toning, minor handling wear, but a few issues rather foxed. Numbers present are Vol. 6 no. 6, vol. 7 nos. 2, 3/4, 5/6; vol. 8 nos. 2, 3 (missing back cover), 4/5; vol. 9 nos. 1 (missing back cover), 2-5/6; vol. 10 nos. 1-4, 6; vol. 11 nos. 1, 4, 6; vol. 12 nos. 1-6; vol. 13 nos. 2-4; vol. 16 no. 3, and vol. 21 no. 2. The Southern Regional Council (SRC), is an organization founded in 1919 as the Commission on Interracial Cooperation.

$95.00

Southern exposure: A Journal of Politics and Culture: vol. 17, #1, Spring 1989; Meltdown on Main Street
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Southern exposure: A Journal of Politics and Culture: vol. 17, #1, Spring 1989; Meltdown on Main Street

By Bates, Eric, managing editor

Atlanta: Institute for Southern Studies, 1989. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, single issue of the paperback journal in pictorial wraps, wraps lightly worn else very good condition. Articles on labor organizing in Mississippi, Neo-Nazis and skinheads, the Savings & Loan crisis, and more.

$12.00

Southern exposure: vol. 13, #1; January / February 1985
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Southern exposure: vol. 13, #1; January / February 1985

By Alexander, Maxine, Christina Davis, Marc Miller, Joe Pfister, Dee Dee Risher, Lina Rocawich, Sharon Ugochukwu, [and] Michael Yellin, eds

Atlanta: Institute for Southern Studies, 1985. Magazine. 63p., 8.5x11 inches, single issue of the paperback journal in pictorial wraps, wraps slightly worn, else very good condtion. Arcitles on campaign finance, COINTELPRO, indidgenous theater in West Virgina, and more.

$12.00

Southern exposure: A Journal of Politics and Culture vol. 22, #1, Spring 1994; Proud Threads
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Southern exposure: A Journal of Politics and Culture vol. 22, #1, Spring 1994; Proud Threads

By Bates, Eric, ed

Atlanta: Institute for Southern Studies, 1994. Magazine. 64p., 8.5x11 inches, single issue of the paperback journal in pictorial wraps, wraps lightly worn, old price sticker on front wrap, else very good condition. Cover story on textile worker organizing.

$12.00

Labor looks at the 88th Congress
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Labor looks at the 88th Congress

By AFL-CIO Department of Legislation

Washington DC: AFL-CIO, 1964. 74p., staplebound booklet, very good. Legislative report.

$12.00

Southern exposure: vol. 5, #1; Good Times and Growing Pains..
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Southern exposure: vol. 5, #1; Good Times and Growing Pains..

By Hall, Bob, editor

Atlanta: Institute for Southern Studies, 1977. Magazine. 112p., 8.5x11 inches, single issue of the paperback journal in pictorial wraps, wraps slightly worn, else very good condtion. Articles on Jimmy Carter, growing up gay in the South, Juneteenth, the rise of the Coca Cola company, a midwife in Georgia, and more.

$12.00

Southern exposure: vol. 2, #4, Winter 1975; Focus on the Media
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Southern exposure: vol. 2, #4, Winter 1975; Focus on the Media

By Hall, Bob, editor

Atlanta: Institute for Southern Studies, 1975. Magazine. 119p., 8.5x11 inches, single issue of the paperback journal in pictorial wraps, wraps slightly worn, small closed tear along bottom of spine on front wrap, else very good condtion. Articles on the FCC, alternative media, Hunter S. Thompson, the early black press, an interview with Minnie Pearl, and more.

$12.00

Support the United League of Mississippi. Community program [handbill]
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Support the United League of Mississippi. Community program [handbill]

San Francisco: Anti-Bakke Decision Coalition, 1979. 8.5x14 inch handbill printed both sides, very good. Announces an Oakland event featuring Skip Robinson and Lewis Myers, who were touring the west coast to spread word about the situation in Tupelo, Mississippi.

$15.00

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