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Poster: Cleaver for President. Peggy Terry for V.P. "All Power to the People"
Los Angeles: Peace and Freedom Party, 1968. Campaign poster urging the public to Cleaver/Terry for the 1968 Presidential election. The duo ran for office on the Peace and Freedom Party ticket; Cleaver was a prominent figure in the African American community due to his role as the Black Panther Party's...
[Item #27972]
Price: $750.00
 
Poster: Cleaver for President. Peggy Terry for V.P. "All Power to the People" AFRICAN AMERICANS, PEACE & FREEDOM PARTY.
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Washington Free Press - Vol.II, No.36 (July 27, 1968)
Washington DC: S.i. 1968. This issue features a cover photograph of Huey Newton flashing a peace sign from behind bars, with an article regarding his defense and how he spends his time in jail; brief articles on the offices of Grove Press being bombed, racial violence in Cleveland, an interview...
[Item #27538]
Price: $75.00
 
Washington Free Press - Vol.II, No.36 (July 27, 1968). AFRICAN AMERICANS, UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS.
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From Somewhere in the World: Assata Shakur Speaks - Message to the New Afrikan Nation
New York: New Afrikan Womens Organization, [1980]. First Edition. Pamphlet produced by the New Afrikan Womens Organization (NAWO), containing the transcript of a lengthy message from Assata Shakur, ca.November, 1980. Contains a brief biographical sketch of the former Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army member, along with two poems...
[Item #33120]
Price: $125.00
 
From Somewhere in the World: Assata Shakur Speaks - Message to the New Afrikan Nation. AFRICAN AMERICANS, WOMEN, Assata SHAKUR.
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When one of us falls
Chicago: Artists United, 1970. Second Printing. Small quarto. Pictorial card wrappers; 18pp. Fine. Anthology of memorial poems for the slain Chicago Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. Contributors include Margaret Burroughs, Jessie Sheridan, John Woodford; artwork by Ramon Price, Bert Phillips, Peggy Lipchutz, others.
[Item #25748]
Price: $25.00
 
When one of us falls. Artists United.
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When One of Us Falls
[Chicago]: Artists United Publication, [1970]. First Edition. Small quarto. Pictorial card wrappers; 18pp. Fine. Anthology of memorial poems for the slain Chicago Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. Contributors include Margaret Burroughs, Jessie Sheridan, John Woodford; artwork by Ramon Price, Bert Phillips, Peggy Lipchutz, others.
[Item #28274]
Price: $40.00
 
When One of Us Falls. ARTISTS UNITED.
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Revolutionary Suicide
New York: Harcourt, Brace Jovanovich, 1973. First edition. Ocatvo. Cloth; dustjacket; 333pp; illus. Tight, Near Fine copy in unclipped jacket with some clear tape reinforcements to extremities; still Very Good to Near Fine. An unusually well-preserved copy of this classic Black Panther memoir, which was in actuality written entirely by...
[Item #29378]
Price: $300.00
 
Revolutionary Suicide. BLACK PANTHERS, Huey P. NEWTON, the assistance of J. Herman Blake.
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To Raise the Dead and Foretell the Future [cover title]
[New York: New Lafayette Theatre, 1970]. First Edition. Long poem published to coincide with Bullins's collective play A Ritual to Raise the Dead and Foretell the Future, composed during his tenure with the New Lafayette Theatre in Harlem. Considered one of the leading playwrights of the Black Arts Movements, Bullins...
[Item #25498]
Price: $25.00
 
To Raise the Dead and Foretell the Future [cover title]. Ed BULLINS.
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The Black Panther Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.22 (May 9, 1970)
Berkeley: Black Panther Party, 1970. Rear cover features poster-sized artwork by Emory Douglas, the Panther's Minister of Culture, who has also provided a few internal illustrations. Tabloid format (ca. 29 X 44.5cm); printed in color on newsprint; 24pp; illus. Single horizontal fold at center (as issued); light edgewear and toning...
[Item #19898]
Price: $150.00
 
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The Black Panther. Intercommunal News Service. Vol. IV, No. 28 (May June 13, 1970)
[Berkeley]: Black Panther Party, 1971. First Edition. Tabloid. On newsprint. Foxed, with light wear; Very Good.
[Item #19903]
Price: $150.00
 
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.5 (January 3, 1970)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970. Contents feature articles by Eldridge Cleaver, Carter Gilmore, David Hilliard, Bobby Seale, Raymond "Masai" Hewitt, and Emory Douglas, among others; poetry by Alprentice "Bunchy" Carter, an open letter from Landon Williams, with a large illustrated centerfold titled "The Genius of Huey P. Newton. Covers...
[Item #33193]
Price: $150.00
 
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.13 (February 28, 1970)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970. Contents include works by Eldridge Cleaver, Eddie Hull, Roland Young, Sherry L. Brown, Bobby Seale, Elbert "Big Man" Howard, and Lumumba Abdul Shakur, among others. Large centerfold poster and article titled "The Same Pig." Both wrappers feature full-page artwork by Emory Douglas. Tabloid (44.5cm);...
[Item #33249]
Price: $150.00
 
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.V, No.6 (August 8, 1970)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970. Contents include articles on police brutality, unfit living conditions in lower-income housing areas, crumbling schools, welfare, "Concentration Camps U.S.A.," raids on BP community information centers, and the People's Free Bussing Program. Illustrated centerfold article by Joan Kelley regarding the imprisonment of Romaine "Chip" Fitzgerald...
[Item #33237]
Price: $150.00
 
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.V, No.17 (October 24, 1970)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970. Contents include articles on crooked slumlords, police brutality, domestic violence, tactics for insuring survival ("We Must Move in 2's and 3's," welfare, notes on the trial of Bobby Seale and Ericka Huggins, and instances of racism around the country. Large photomontage centerfold poster for...
[Item #33246]
Price: $150.00
 
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The Black Panther: Intercommunal News Service - Vol.VII, No.19 (January 1, 1972)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1972. Contents include articles on the California prison system, the murder of a 16 year-old mentally retarded teenager by police, the Free Breakfast Program, the city of Watts being sealed with a wire fence, and a centerfold article titled "Cease-Fire Verdict in L.A." Rear wrapper...
[Item #32397]
Price: $150.00
 
The Black Panther: Intercommunal News Service - Vol.VII, No.19 (January 1, 1972). Emory DOUGLAS, cover art.
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.IV, No.18 (April 11, 1970)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970. Contents include articles by Judi Douglas ("Four Pigs Were Offed This Week...A Victory For The People"), George Edwards, Michael Hill and others; features on police brutality, the NY 21, the imprisonment of Bobby Seale, self-defense, and a lengthy centerfold interview of Eldridge Cleaver (from...
[Item #33223]
Price: $150.00
 
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.V, No.21 (November 21, 1970)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970. Contents include articles on the murder of a brother and sister in Robbins, IL, police brutality, life inside North Carolina slums, the sabotaging of the Boston Free Breakfast Program, and a large, illustrated centerfold feature on the beginning of the trial of Bobby Seale...
[Item #33225]
Price: $150.00
 
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Out of Indo-China! Freedom for Angela Davis!--Our Goals for 1971 and How to Win Them. The sharpening crisis of U.S. imperialism and the tasks of the Communist Party
[New York: New Outlook Publishers, 1971]. First Edition. Octavo (21.5cm.); original staplebound self-wrappers, text printed entirely in green; 60pp. A bit dust-soiled with some light wear to extremities, else Very Good. Text of a report delivered by Hall on July 9, 1971, at a meeting of the National Committee of the CPUSA.
[Item #26506]
Price: $25.00
 
Out of Indo-China! Freedom for Angela Davis!--Our Goals for 1971 and How to Win Them. The sharpening crisis of U.S. imperialism and the tasks of the Communist Party. Gus HALL.
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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). James HIGGINS, Michael HENDERSON.
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The Black Panther - Vol.V, No.25 (December 19, 1970)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970. Contents include articles on guerilla acts of sabotage and terrorism in the U.S (1965-1970), police brutality, a report on the trial of Bobby Seale and Ericka Huggins, and a centerfold article by Winston Hill (Illinois Chapter). Rear cover features full-page artwork by Emory Douglas...
[Item #33203]
Price: $150.00
 
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The Black Panther: Black Community News Service - Vol.V, No.1 (July 4, 1970)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970. An issue featuring many articles on womens issues; contents include articles by Brenda Hyson, Gwen Moore, Cheryl Foster, Durie Bethea, and others. Articles on police brutality, the sabotaging of community information centers, political prisoners, urban guerillas, and an interview with Geronimo Pratt. Large centerfold...
[Item #33239]
Price: $175.00
 
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The Meaning of "Black Power"
New York: New Outlook Publishers, 1966. Reprint. Octavo (21.5cm.); original pictorial staplebound wrappers; 15pp. A bit dust-soiled, else Fine. Reprinted from Political Affairs, September, 1966.
[Item #26248]
Price: $15.00
 
The Meaning of "Black Power" James E. JACKSON, intro Henry Winston.
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Panther 21, Strangers to Justice [cover title]
New York: Committee to Defend the Panther 21, 1970. First Edition. 12mo (19cm.); original white pictorial staplebound wrappers; unpaged. Wrappers a bit dust-soiled; crayon price to front wrapper (50ยข); else Very Good. Compilation of excerpts taken from court briefs. Somewhat uncommon Panther pamphlet.
[Item #27956]
Price: $45.00
 
Panther 21, Strangers to Justice [cover title]. Murray KEMPTON, David Shimkin.
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Conversation with Eldridge Cleaver, Algiers
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1970. First American Edition. Lengthy interview with Eldridge Cleaver, held while the author was in self-imposed exile in Algiers. A particularly candid interview with Lee Lockwood, a photographer and journalist who befriended Cleaver in 1969 while the two were in Cuba. First Printing. Octavo (20.75cm);...
[Item #22316]
Price: $50.00
 
Conversation with Eldridge Cleaver, Algiers. Lee LOCKWOOD.
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Conversation with Eldridge Cleaver, Algiers
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1970. First American Edition. Lengthy interview with Eldridge Cleaver, held while the author was in self-imposed exile in Algiers. A particularly candid interview with Lee Lockwood, a photographer and journalist who befriended Cleaver in 1969 while the two were in Cuba. First Printing. Octavo (20.75cm);...
[Item #29355]
Price: $40.00
 
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The Black Panther: Intercommunal News Service - Vol.VIII, No.28 (September 30, 1972)
Oakland: Black Panther Party, 1972. Contents include articles on the death of Native American revolutionary Richard Oakes, Attica prison a year after the massacre, the case of Larry Justice and Early Gibson, voter registration in Oakland, and works by Charles Garry and Ruchell Magee. Rear wrapper features full page artwork...
[Item #32406]
Price: $150.00
 
The Black Panther: Intercommunal News Service - Vol.VIII, No.28 (September 30, 1972). contributors, Ruchell MAGEE, Charles Garry.


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