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The People Will Free The Panther 21
New York: Harlem Committee for the Panther 21, [1970]. First Edition. In April 1969, 21 members of the Black Panthers (including Afeni Shakur, mother of Tupac Shakur, and Lumumba his step-father) were arrested and charged with conspiracy. The DA alleged the group planned to blow up buildings throughout the city...
[Item #19744]
Price: $750.00
 
The People Will Free The Panther 21
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The Street Wall Journal - Vol.1, Nos.1-3
New York: Committee to Defend the Panther 21, 1970. Set of "wall newspaper"-style broadsides produced by the Committee to Defend the Panther 21, the title (used also by the unafiliated S.D.S. journal) intentionally used to reference the paper's ideological opposite, The Wall Street Journal. The committee was formed in early...
[Item #19781]
Price: $2,000.00
 
The Street Wall Journal - Vol.1, Nos.1-3
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Look for me in the Whirlwind: The Collective Autobiography of the New York 21
New York: Random House, 1971. First Edition. A collection of individual testimonies written by sixteen of the Blank Panther members who were part of 21 defendants accused of plotting to bomb public buildings and later acquitted of the charges in 1969; Written while in jail, these straightforward and powerful accounts...
[Item #15314]
Price: $120.00
 
Look for me in the Whirlwind: The Collective Autobiography of the New York 21
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Soul On Ice
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968. First Edition. A collection of essays Cleaver wrote while incarcerated at Folsom State Prison, one of the most influential books of the 1960's that changed the way America looked at the civil rights movement and the black experience. First Printing. Octavo (22cm); navy blue cloth stamped...
[Item #17117]
Price: $250.00
 
Soul On Ice
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The Black Panther - Vol.2, Nos.12-14 (November 16, 1968)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1968. The cover of this issue features elaborately drawn artwork by Emory Douglas, captioned "Racist Ethnic Groups Battle For Pig Power," and below it, "Through The Melting Pot Into The Pig Structure." It features two large pigs at the center, surrounded by a cityscape and...
[Item #17583]
Price: $200.00
 
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Soul On Ice [Review Copy]
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968. First Edition. A collection of essays and open letters Cleaver wrote while incarcerated at Folsom State Prison, one of the most influential books of the 1960's that changed the way America looked at the civil rights movement and the black experience. Soul On Ice describes Cleaver's...
[Item #19883]
Price: $450.00
 
Soul On Ice [Review Copy]
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The Shape of Things to Come - Vol.1, No. None (December, 1969)
[Chicago]: N.P. 1969. First Edition. Apparent first (and possibly only) issue of this newsletter, a two-man job produced by college students James Higgins and Michael Henderson. Contents champion the cause of both Black and White Panther parties, covering the murder of Fred Hampton, The Conspiracy 8, and the imprisonment of...
[Item #19249]
Price: $350.00
 
The Shape of Things to Come - Vol.1, No. None (December, 1969)
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The Black Panther - Vol.XVI, No.2 (November 20, 1976)
Oakland: Black Panther Party, 1976. Rear cover has full-sized black and white artwork by Emory Douglas, a ink and watercolor drawing of a young black boy with a raised fist, holding the scales of justice. We find it worth mentioning that issues of The Black Panther, particularly ones dating this...
[Item #17636]
Price: $200.00
 
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Huey's Message to the Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention Plenary Session, September 5, 1970. Philadelphia, PA.
Philadelphia: S.I. 1970. Photo-illustrated tabloid, reproducing Huey Newton's address to the Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention, which took place at the Temple University Gymnasium in Philadelphia, PA on September 5, 1970. The RPCC plenary session was attended by 7,000 people, with the lofty goal of organizing a broad-based revolutionary movement that...
[Item #19746]
Price: $450.00
 
Huey's Message to the Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention Plenary Session, September 5, 1970. Philadelphia, PA.
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Original Leaflet: "Free Huey!"
Chicago: Black Panther Party / I.W.W. Printing Co-Op, [n.d. but ca.early 1970's]. First Edition. Original leaflet produced by the Chicago chapter of the Black Panther Party, printed at the I.W.W. Printing Co-Op. Front cover reproduces a striking photo of Newton behind bars, throwing up a peace sign next to the...
[Item #19248]
Price: $150.00
 
Original Leaflet: "Free Huey!"
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The Panther Paradox: A Liberal's Dilemma
New York: David McKay, 1970. First Edition. Octavo. Red cloth boards; dustjacket; 231pp. Top edge of text block dusty, else Fine in jacket. Analysis of the militant black power movement from a white liberal perspective. Schanche, a freelance journalist, was a former editor of the Saturday Evening Post and Sports Illustrated.
[Item #20053]
Price: $25.00
 
The Panther Paradox: A Liberal's Dilemma