Black Politics: A Journal of Liberation; Vol. 1 No. 4 & 5

Black Politics: A Journal of Liberation; Vol. 1 No. 4 & 5

The April/May 1968 Special Huey P. Newton Issue. Published from 1968-1969 in the East Bay, the birthplace of the Black Panther Party, Black Politics was "a part of the Black liberation movement and believe[s] that freedom, justice, and equality must be attained by those means that the oppressed think necessary."

At the publication of this issue, Black Panther Party founder Huey Newton was charged in the death of a police officer and was being held in jail. One article reviews these events, while another is by Newton himself. Others discuss the murders of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Bobby Hutton. The complete program of the Black Panther Party is also reprinted in this issue. Item #691.

Condition: Very Good, overall toning to covers and pages, more pronounced at edges; spots of rusting to staples; back cover loose from staples, overwise very clean.

Black Politics
8.5" x 11"
41 pages
Side-stapled, mimeograph
Berkeley: 1968

Price: $110.00

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