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  1. Black Women and the Peace Movement

    Black Women and the Peace Movement

    Wilmette Brown

    $9.99

    Originally published in 1984, this book is for everyone who wants to break out of the ghettos which have kept the women's peace movement and the Black women's movement apart. A manual for...

  2. Malcolm X On Afro-American History

    Malcolm X On Afro-American History

    Malcolm X

    $10.95

    Recounts the hidden history of the labour of people of African origin and their achievements - related to preparation for struggles today.

  3. Assata

    Assata

    An Autobiography

    Assata Shakur

    $18.95

    Arrested on the New Jersey Turnpike, convicted after 7 trials, broken out of prison and escaped to asylum in Cuba, where she lives today. The underground railroad is still in business. The...

  4. Soledad Brother

    Soledad Brother

    The Prison Letters of George Jackson

    George Jackson

    $18.95

    Still essential reading. It may be even more important now than it was in 1970 to spread the insights to Amerikan society seen best from the inside of a cell. You must read this book.

  5. Labor Struggles in the Deep South & Other Writings

    Labor Struggles in the Deep South & Other Writings

    Covington Hall

    $14.00

    In the half-century since it was written, Hall's Labor Struggles In The Deep South, published here for the first time, has become an underground classic among activist historians writing on the...

  6. The Collected Poems Of Audre Lorde

    The Collected Poems Of Audre Lorde

    Audre Lorde

    $21.95

    A huge collection - over 300 poems and 500 pages. "The first declaration of a black, lesbian feminist identity took place in these poems, and set the terms - beautifully, forcefully - for...

  7. The Lesson of the Hour

    The Lesson of the Hour

    Wendell Phillips on Abolition & Strategy

    Wendell Phillips

    $12.00

    The Abolitionists were revolutionaries, willing to tear up the Southern economy and society by the roots, wreck Northern commerce, and disrupt the Union irretrievably. They renounced all...

  8. John Brown

    John Brown

    May 9, 1800–Dec. 2, 1859

    Matt Meyer

    $5.00

    A reprint of this critical look at the righteous struggle of John Brown and his band, who took up arms against the US government to end slavery. Includes a tribute by Nebula and Hugo award winning...

  9. Soledad Brothers

    Soledad Brothers

    Soledad Brothers Defense Committee

    $2.00

    A reprint of the pamphlet produced by the then still forming Soledad Brothers Defense Committee, explaining the background, history, and first court proceedings...

  10. Prisons on Fire

    Prisons on Fire

    George Jackson, Attica & Black Liberation

    Freedom Archives

    $14.98

    Thirty years ago, America's prisons burned. Here's how, why, and what happened. Who were the Attica Brothers? Why did 1,500 Black, Puerto Rican and white prisoners seize control of the New York...

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