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African American Radical Pamphlet Collection


                               

Abrams, Charles.   Race Bias in Housing.  New York : [s.n.], 1947. "Sponsored jointly by the American Civil Liberties Union, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and American Council on Race Relations." Rare Book & Manuscript Library 363.510973 AB83R

American Civil Liberties Union.   Black Justice.  New York: ACLU, 1931. Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, Folder 091, Item 06

_____. Illinois Division.   Secret Detention by the Chicago Police: a Report.  Glencoe, IL: Free Press, 1959. Law Compact Stacks. KFX1247.4 .A7X

Ames, Jessie Daniel.  Democratic processes at work in the South:  report of Commission on Interracial Cooperation, Inc., 1939-1941. Atlanta, GA:  Commission on Interracial Cooperation,  1941.  21pp.  Main Stacks Call Number:   301.451 C736D

Amini, Johari.   An Afrikan Frame of Reference.  Chicago, IL: Institute of Positive Education, 1972. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 305.896073 K962A

Amis, B.D.   Lynch Justice at Work.  New York: Workers' Library Publishers, 1930. Included  in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S.  Main Stacks 325.26 C7374

Aptheker, Herbert.   John Brown: American Martyr.  New York: New Century Publishers, 1960. Main Stacks 973.7116 B81WAP

_____.   Labor Movement in the South during Slavery.  New York: International Publishers, [n.d.].  Main Stacks 331.87Ap8L.

_____.   Toward Negro Freedom.  New York: New Century Publishers, 1956. Main Stacks 352.26 AP49TO c.2

_____.   The Negro in the American Revolution.  New York: International Publishers, 1940. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 973.315 AP8N

_____.   Negro Slave Revolts in the United States , 1526-1864. New York: International Publishers, 1939. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 326.973 AP49NE

Bailey, Nan, Malik Miah, and Mac Warren.   The National Black Independent Political Party: an Important Step forward for Blacks and other American Workers.  New York: Pathfinder Press, 1981. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 324.273 B154N

Baraka, Imamu Amiri.   Afrikan Free School: Education Text.  Newark, N.J. : Jihad Pub Co., 1974. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 372.974932 J72A

_____.  Afrikan revolution: a poem.  Newark, NJ:  Jihad Publ. Co, 1973.  6pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   811 J723a       

_____.   Arm Yourself, Or Harm Yourself.  Newark, 1967. Main Stacks Call Number Main Stacks 812 J723A

_____.   Black People and Imperialism.  [s.l. : s.n., 1974] 5 leaves. Main Stacks 320.158 J718B

_____.   A Black Value System.  [Newark, N.J., Jihad Productions, 1970. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 170 J722B

_____. Crisis in Boston !!!! : a Black Revolutionary Analysis of the Ruling Class Conspiracy to Agitate Racial Violence around Busing in Boston.  Newark, N. J. : Vita Wa Watu-Peoples War, [1974]. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 379.175 J72C

_____.   Kawaida Studies: the New Nationalism.  Chicago, IL : Third World Press, 1972. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 320.158 J718N c.2

_____.   Revolutionary Party, Revolutionary Ideology.  [s.l. : s.n., 1974]. 7 leaves. Main Stacks 329.8 J72R

_____.   Strategy and Tactics of a Pan African Nationalist Party.  Newark, NJ: 1971. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 329.8 J72S

_____.   Toward Ideological Clarity.  Newark, NJ: Congress of Afrikan People, 1974. Main Stacks 329.8 J72T

_____.   Toward the Creation of Political Institutions for All African Peoples.  [s.l. : s.n., 1972]. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.173 J72T

Barnes, Julia. Why Racism is Used Against Welfare Programs: Why Workers Should Join Welfare Recipient's Struggles.  New York: New Outlook Publishers, 1971. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 362.973 B26W

Bennett, Lerone.   Unity in the Black Community.  Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1972. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 322.4 B43U

Berry, A.W., et al. The Road To Liberation for the Negro People; An Appeal by A.W. Berry and Others. New York: Workers Library Publishers, Sept. 1937. 15pp. Oak Street Facility [request only]

The Black Panther Party.  Speech by John Hulett. Interview with Stokely Carmichael. Report from Lowndes County.  New York, Merit Publishers, 1966. 30pp. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 329.8 B561

Black Power: SNCC Speaks for Itself: A Collection of Interviews and Statements.  Ann Arbor, MI:  Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Radical Education Project, 1967. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.4 B562

Black Workers Congress.  The struggle against revisionism and opportunism : against the Communist League and the Revolutionary Union.  Detroit, MI: The Congress, 1974.  123pp. Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   320.5320973 B561s

Blackstock, Nelson.   Workers in the Changing South: the Impact of the Civil Rights Movement.  New York, NY: Pathfinder Press, 1979.  30pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   331.110975 B567W

Boyer, Richard O.   Pettis Perry: The Story of a Working Class Leader.  New York: Self Defense Committee of the 17 Smith Act Victims, April 1952. 24pp. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [non-circulating] Call Number:   B.P4584 B.

Braden, Anne.   House Un-American Activities Committee: Bulwark of Segregation.  Los Angeles: National Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee, 1963. Main Stacks 323.4B727h.

Bradley, Hugh.   Next Steps in the Struggle for Negro Freedom.  New York: New Century Publishers, 1953. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 301.451B728n.

Breitman, George.  Jim Crow murder of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Moore: new dangers and new tasks facing the Negro struggle.  New York: Pioneer Publishers, March, 1952.  31pp.  "This pamphlet is based on the text of a speech made at a meeting of the Socialist Workers Party held in New York in January, 1952, to protest the growing lynch-terrorism in the South."  Main Stacks Call Number:  323.4 B748J

Brown, Earl and George R. Leighton.  The Negro and the war.  New York:  Public Affairs Committee, Inc., 1942.  32pp.  Public affairs pamphlets, no. 71. Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   E185.61 .B877

Brown, Earl Louis.  Why race riots? Lessons from Detroit.  New York: Public Affairs Committee, 1944.  32pp.  Public affairs pamphlets, no. 87. Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   325.26 B812W

Brown, Lloyd L.   Stand Up for Freedom: the Negro People vs. the Smith Act.  New York: New Century Publishers, March 1952. Main Stacks 323.4B81s.

Browne, Robert S. and Robert Vernon.   Should the U. S. be Partitioned into Two Separate and Independent Nations -- One a Homeland for White Americans and the other a Homeland for Black Americans?  New York: Merit Publishers, 1968. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.1196073 B816s

Burnham, Louis.   Behind the Lynching of Emmet Louis Till. New York: Freedom Associates, Dec. 1955. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 309.176B93b.

Bush-Banks, Olivia Ward.   Memories of Calvary: An Easter Sketch.  Boston: A.M.E. Book Concern, [191-].  16pp.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library Closed [non-circulating] Call Number:   812 B963M

Cable, George W.   A Southerner Looks at Negro Discrimination: Selected Writings of George W. Cable. New York: International Publishers, 1946. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.4C11s.

Caldwell, Ben.   Prayer Meeting , or the first militant minister.  Newark, NJ: Jihad, 1968. 11pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only].  Also in Alexander Street Press - Full text online

Charles, Bertram.   The End of the Affair.  Georgetown, Guyana:  Related Arts Group, 1968. 21pp.  A play about the middle class of Georgetown, Guyana.   Oak Street Facility [request only]

Charter Group for a Pledge of Conscience.   The Black Panther Party and the Case of the New York 21. New York: The Group, 1965. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 363.C38B

Chima, Alex.   Future Lies in a Progressive Biafra: a socio-economic history of the republic of Biafra.  London:  Citadelle Press, 1968. 30pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   309.1669 C44F

Clark, Steve, Selwyn Strachan, Maurice Bishop and Gilbert Pago.   Grenada: a workers’ and farmers’ government with a revolutionary proletarian leadership.  New York: Pathfinder Press, 1980.  36pp. Education for socialists series.  Main Stacks Call Number:   320.9729845 C549G

Clarke, John Henrik.   Black-White Alliances: a Historical Perspective.  Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, [197- ]. 22pp.  Main Stacks 301.451 C553B

Cleaver, Eldridge.   On the Ideology of the Black Panther Party.  San Francisco, CA: Black Panther Party, 1970. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 363 C580

Committee To Defend the Defend the Panthers.    Lonnie McLucas: A True Revolutionary!  New York: Committee To Defend the Defend the Panthers, Sept. 1970.  6pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   322.42 M226l

Communist Party USA.   Communist Position on the Negro Question.  New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1933.  64pp.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, Folder 042C, Item 09.  Also in Main Stacks 323.41 C73C

_____.  National Education Department.   The Struggle Against White Chauvinism.  New York: CPUSA, 1949. 8pp.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library [non-circulating] Call Number:   Q. 301.451 C738S

Conrad, Earl.   Harriet Tubman: Negro Soldier and Abolitionist.  New York: International Publishers, 1942. Rare Book & Manuscript Library B T885c2.

Crockett, George W.   Freedom is Everybody's Job: the Crime of the Government Against the Negro People.  New York: National Non-Partisan Committee to Defend the Rights of the 12 Communist Leaders, Oct. 1949. 16pp.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library [non-circulating] Call Number:   320.5320973 C872F

Crosswaith, Frank Rudolph and Alfred Baker Lewis.   Negro and White Labor Unite for True Freedom. New York: Negro Labor News Service [1942?]. 62pp. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 331.87 C88N

Davis, Angela Yvonne.   Lectures on Liberation.  Los Angeles: National United Committee to Free Angela Davis, 1971. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.41 D292L.

_____.   Violence Against Women and the Ongoing Challenge to Racism. Latham, NY: Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, c1985. 18pp.  Main Stacks 364.15082 D29V

Davis, Angela and Fania Davis. The Black Family: The Ties that Bind.  New York: CPUSA, 1987.  23pp. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [non-circulating] Call Number:   306.850973 D29

Davis, Benjamin J.   In Defense of Negro Rights.  New York: New York State Committee, Communist Party, Jan. 1950. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.41D29i cop.2

_____.   Communist candidate for vice-president of the United States, James W. Ford: Who He is and What He Stands For.  New York: National Campaign Committee of the Communist Party, 1936. 31pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   Q. B. F6997d.  Also in Pamphlets by and about the Communist Party of the U.S. and its members.  3 vols.  Main Stacks Call Number:   335.4 C7397PA

_____.   Must Negro-Americans Wait Another Hundred Years for Freedom?  New York. [n.p.], 1963. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.41 D29M

_____.   The Negro People and the Communist Party.  New York:  Workers Library Publishers, 1943. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 325.26 D295N.  Also in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S., Main Stacks 325.26 C7374)

_____.   The Negro People in the Struggle for Peace and Freedom.  New York: New Century Publishers, Feb. 1951. Main Stacks 323.4D292n. Also in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S., Main Stacks 325.26 C7374)

_____.   The Negro People on the March.  New York: New Century Publishers, 1956. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.4D292ne.

_____.   The Path of Negro Liberation. New York: New Century, 1947. 22pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   323.4 D292P

 _____.   Upsurge in the South: the Negro People Fight for Freedom.  New York: New Century Publishers, April 1960. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 301.451D292u.

Davis, John P.  Let us build a National Negro Congress.  Washington, DC:  National sponsoring committee, National Negro Congress, 1935.  31pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only]  Call Number:   325.26 D296l

Dean, Elwood M.   The Story of the Trenton Six. New York : New Century Publishers, 1949. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.4 D34S

Denby, Charles.  American civilization on trial: Black masses as vanguard.  A statement by the National Editorial Board of News & Letters.  3 rd exp.  ed.  Detroit, MI: News & Letters, 1973, c1970. 40pp.     Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   301.451 AM353

Denby, Charles.  Black, brown and red: the movement for freedom among Black, Chicano/Latino and Indian.   Detroit: News & Letters Committees, 1972.  68pp.   HathiTrust Digital Library.

Douglass, Frederick.   Negroes and the National War Effort.  New York: Workers Library Publishers, April 1942. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 973.7415D75n cop. 2.

Dreiser, Theodore.   Mr. President: Free the Scottsboro Boys.  New York: International Labor Defense, 1934. Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, Folder 111, Item 18

Eleazer, Robert B.  Twelve million Negro Americans: their background, progress and present-day problems.   Atlanta, GA:  Conference on Education and Race Relations, Conference on Education and Race Relations, 1942.  23pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   325.26 El2t1942

Ellison, Jerome.   These rights are ours to keep.  New York: Public Affairs Committee, 1948.  31pp.  Public affairs pamphlet; no. 140.  Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   E185.61 .E5.  Also in Hathi Trust Digital Library.

Ford, James W.   The Communists and the Struggle for Negro Liberation: Their Position on Problems of Africa , of the West Indies , of War, of Ethiopian Independence , of the Struggle for Peace.  New York: Harlem Division of the Communist Party, 1936. Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, 967. F75C.  Also in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S., Main Stacks 325.26 C7374)

_____.   Communists in the Struggle for Negro Rights.  New York: New Century Publishers, Jan. 1945.  23pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only]

_____.   Hunger and Terror in Harlem. New York: Harlem Section, Communist Party, 1935. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 309.17471 F75H

_____.   The Negro People and the New World Situation.  New York: Workers Library Publishers, Aug. 1941. 15pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only].  Also in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S., Main Stacks 325.26 C7374

_____.   The War and the Negro People.  New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1942. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 940.9315 F75W

_____.   World Problems of the Negro People (a Refutation of George Padmore). New York: Harlem Section of the Communist Party, 193-.  23pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   331.8732 F753w.  Also in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S., Main Stacks 325.26 C7374; and Hathi Trust Digital Library

Ford, James W. and Harry Gaines.   War in Africa: Italian Fascism Prepares to Enslave Ethiopia. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1935. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 963.056 F75w

Ford, James W. and James S. Allen.   The Negroes in a Soviet America.  New York: Workers Library Publishers, June 1935. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 301.451F75n cop. 2.

Fuller, Hoyt W.   The Turning of the Wheel.  Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1972. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.4 F95T

Garvey, Amy Jacques.   Black Power in America: Marcus Garvey's Impact on Jamaica and Africa; the Power of the Human Spirit.  Kingston, Jamaica, 1968. Rare Book & Manuscript Library B.G2442 G2 cop. 2

Garvey, Marcus.  The tragedy of white injustice.  Baltimore, MD: Black Classic Press, 1978.  22p.  B.C.P. pamphlet series .  Main Stacks  Call Number:   811 G199T1972.  Also in Alexander Street Press - Full text online

Gayle, Addison. The Politics of Revolution.  Chicago, Institute of Positive Education, 1972.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library 322.4 G25P

Granger, Lester B. and T. Arnold Hill.  Occupational opportunities for Negroes.   New York: Dept. of Industrial Relations, National Urban League, 1937.  48pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   331.1 G765T.  Also in  HathiTrust Digital Library.

Green, James J.   Wendell Phillips. New York: International Publishers, 1943. Rare Book & Manuscript Library B P544g.

Hall, Gus.  Ben Davis on the McCarran Act at the Harvard Law Forum.  New York: Defense Committee, 1962.  19pp. Rare Book Oak Street [contact RBML staff to request] Call Number:   323.2 D29b

Hall, Gus.   Negro Freedom is in the Interest of Every American.  New York: New Currents Publishers, July 1964. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.41H14n.

Harewood, Leroy.   Rule of Fear in Barbados.  Bridgetown: Black Star Publications, 1968. 7pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only]

Harrison, George . Chicago Race Riots.  Chicago: Great Western Publishing Co., 1919. 31pp.  Illinois History & Lincoln Coll. [non-circulating] Call Number:   325.26 G292C

 Hathaway, C.A.   Who Are the Friends of the Negro People?  New York: Published for the Communist Party National Campaign by Workers Library Publishers, 1932. 16pp. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 324.70973 H284w.

Haywood, Harry.   The Road to Negro Liberation.  New York: Workers Library Publishers, June 1934. 63pp.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library [non-circulating] Call Number:   301.451 H336R.  Also  in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S., Main Stacks 325.26 C7374

Herndon, Angelo.   The Case of Angelo Herndon. New York: Joint Committee to Aid the Herndon Defendants, 1935.  15pp.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, Folder 064, Item 04.  Also in Law Call Number:   KF224.H47 J65X

_____.  The Scottsboro Boys.  New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1937.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, Folder 111, Item 10

_____.   You Cannot Kill the Working Class. New York: International Labor Defense and the League of Struggle for Negro Rights, 1937?. 30pp.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, Folder 064, Item 7.  Also in Main Stacks 331.1 H432Y

Highlander Folk School.  Monteagle, TN: The School?, 1940. Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, Folder 053D, Item 18

Hutchinson, Earl Ofari.   Black Liberation: Cultural and Revolutionary Nationalism.  Revised version of earlier REP pamphlet. Detroit, MI: Radical Education Project, 1970.  14pp. Main Stacks 301.451 OF1B1970

Iman, Yusef.   Praise the Lord, But Pass the Ammunition.  Newark, NJ: Jihad, 196-.  12pp.  Main Stacks Call Number:   812 IM1p

Jackson, Charles.   A Practical Program to Kill Jim Crow.  New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1945. 22pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   323.4 J13P1945.  Also in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S.,  Main Stacks 325.26 C7374

Jackson, Esther Cooper.   This is My Husband: Fighter for His People, Political Refugee.  Brooklyn, NY: 1953. 36pp.  Rare Book Oak Street [contact RBML staff to request] Call Number:   B.J1214 J

 Jackson, Warner .  Theology: White, Black, or Christian?  Scottdale, PA:  Herald Press, 1974.  47pp. Focal pamphlet; no. 25.  Main Stacks Call Number:   261.83 J132T

James, C.L.R.   Every Cook Can Govern: A Study of Democracy in Ancient Greece; also, Negro Americans and American Politics. Detroit: Correspondence Pub. Co., June 1956.  22pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only]

Jerome, V.J.   The Negro in Hollywood Films.  New York:  Masses and Mainstream, Dec. 1950. 64pp. Rare Book Oak Street [contact RBML staff to request] Call Number:   791.4309794 J483N. Also in HathiTrust Digital Library

Johnson, Johnny Ray.   Why Negroes Should Oppose the War.  New York: Pioneer Publishers, 1939.  30pp. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 940.5315 J633W

Johnson, Manning.  Color, communism and common sense.  Foreword by Archibald B. Roosevelt.  New York: The Alliance, 1958. 78pp.  American Opinion reprint series.  Main Stacks Call Number:   335.40973 J63C1963.  Also 1963 reprint in HathiTrust Digital Library.

Jones, Claudia.   An End to the Neglect of the Problems of the Negro Woman!  New York: National Women's Commission C.P.U.S.A., June 1949.  19pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only]

_____.   Ben Davis: Fighter for Freedom. New York: National Committee to Defend Negro Leadership, Nov. 1954. 48pp.  Rare Book Oak Street [contact RBML staff to request] Call Number:   B.D2617 J

_____.  Jim-Crow in uniform. New York: New Age Publishers, 1940.  23pp.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library [non-circulating] Call Number:   323.4 J71j

_____.   Lift Every Voice, For Victory!  New York: New Age Publishers, June 1942. 14pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only]

Justice for Huey P. Newton and the Black Panther Party.  Oakland, CA: Committee for Justice for Huey P. Newton, 1974. 5pp.  Rare Book Oak Street [contact RBML staff to request] Call Number:   322.420973 J984

King, Martin Luther, Jr.  Our Struggle: The Story of Montgomery.  New York:  Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), March 1957. 6pp.  Main Stacks Call Number:   323.1196073 K58o

Lawson, Elizabeth.   Thaddeus Stevens.  New York : The author, [1962].  31pp.  Rare Book Oak Street [contact RBML staff to request] Call Number:   B.S846 L

 _____.   Scottsboro's Martyr--J. Louis Engdahl.  New York: Labor Defense, 1932. Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, Folder 111, Item 9

_____.   20 Years on the Chain Gang? Angelo Herndon Must Go Free.  New York: International Labor Defense, 1935.  14pp.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, Folder 064, Item 03.  Also Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   JK1783.G4 L38X

League of Struggle for Negro Rights (U.S.).   Equality, land and freedom:  a program for Negro liberation.  (draft submitted by the National Council of the League of Struggle for Negro Rights).  New York, NY: League of Struggle for Negro Rights, 1933. 46pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only].  Also in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S., Main Stacks 325.26 C7374

Lester, Julius.   The Mud of Vietnam : Photographs and Poems.  New York: Folklore Press, 1967.  12pp. Oak Street Facility [request only]

Lightfoot, Claude.   Turning Point in Freedom Road: The Fight to End Jim Crow Now. New York: New Century Publishers, 1962. 32pp.  Rare Book Oak Street [contact RBML staff to request] Call Number:   301.451 L626T

Lorde, Audre.   Apartheid U.S.A.  New York:  Kitchen Table, Women of Color Press, 1986?  26pp.  Freedom organizing series ; #2.  Main Stacks Call Number:   305.896073 L884A

Lynch, Acklyn R.   Blueprint for Change. Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1972.  16pp. Rare Book Oak Street [contact RBML staff to request] Call Number:   378.73 L98B

Mack, Raymond W. and Troy S. Duster.   Patterns of minority relations. New York:  Anti-defamation League of B'nai B'rith, 1964.  61pp.   Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   301.45 M19P

Mann, Charles P.  Stalin’s thought illuminates problems of Negro freedom struggle.  New York: National Education Dept., Communist Party, U.S.A., 1953.  47pp. Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number:   323.4 M315S

Marshall, Thurgood. Report on Korea: The Shameful Story of the Courts Martial of Negro Gls. New York: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, April 1951. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

McFarland, H.S. Columbia Speaks. [s.l. : s.n., 1953] 7 leaves. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

_____. To My Country. [s.l. : s.n., 1953] 7 leaves. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

Mwandishe, Kuweka Amiri. The Nigger Cycle : for Angela Davis Kidnapped by the F.B.I. on Oct. 13, 1970 . [portrait by Talita Long]. Detroit: Broadside Press, 1971. 1 folded sheet (4 p.) Rare Book & Manuscript Library. 811 M9891n .

Mitchell, Charlene. The Fight to Free Angela Davis: Its Importance for the Working Class. New York: New Outlook Publishers, 1972. Main Stacks B. D2611 M

Morrison, Derrick and Tony Thomas. Black Liberation and Political Power: the Meaning of the Gary Convention. New York: Pathfinder Press, 1972. Main Stacks 323.2 M832B

Madhubuti, Haki R. and Jawanza Kunjufu. Black People and the Coming Depression. Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1975. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 338.54 L51B

_____. The Need for an Afrikan Education. Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1972. Main Stacks 371.9796073 M264N

Mao, Zedong. Statement by Comrade Mao Tse-tung, Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, In Support of the Afro-American Struggle Against Violent Repression. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, April 1968. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

Minor, Robert. Tell the People How Ben Davis Was Elected. New York: New Century Publishers, April 1946. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

Moore, Carlos. Were Marx and Engels White Racists? The Prolet-Aryan Outlook of Marx and Engels. Chicago, Institute of Positive Education, 1972. Main Stacks 301.45 M781W

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. The Fantastic Case of the Trenton Six. New York: [s.n.], Jan. 1951. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

National Black Political Convention, Gary, Ind., 1972. The National Black Political Agenda. Washington: National Black Political Convention; New York: distributed by AFRAM Associates, 1972. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.1196073 N213N

The Negro in America : how we treat him and how we should.    New York:  Council for Democracy , 1945.  21pp.  Democracy in action series.   Oak Street Facility [request only] Call Number: 325.26 C83N 

North, Joseph. Lynching Negro Children in Southern Courts (The Scottsboro Case). New York: International National Labor Defense, 1931. (Contained in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S.). Main Stacks 325.26 C7374

Olajide, J. Olu. Yours For Ever: The Tragedy of Two Lovers. Ibadan: Sunny Olu Brothers, 1962. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

Omolade,  Barbara.  It’s a family affair: the real lives of black single mothers.  Latham, NY:  Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press, 1986.  15pp.  Freedom organizing series ; 4. Main Stacks  Call Number:   306.8560852 OM6I

Oneal, James. The Next Emancipation. New York: Negro Labor News, 1929. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 335.973 ON25N

Parker, Albert.   The march on Washington, one year after-- .   New York, NY:  Pioneer Publishers,  1942.  15pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only]  Call Number:   331.113 P22M1974             

Patterson, William L. Ben Davis: Crusader for Negro Freedom and Socialism. With a Chronology and Bibliography of the Life and Writings of Benjamin J. Davis prepared by Oakley C. Johnson. New York: New Outlook Publishers, 1967. Main Stacks B.D2626 P

Pauker, Guy J.   Black nationalism and prospects for violence in the Ghetto.  Santa Monica, CA : Rand, 1969.  17pp.  Main Stacks  Call Number:   323.4 P28B

People's Progressive Party (Guyana). This Too is U.S.A. Georgetown: [s.n.], Sept. 1965. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

Pepper, John. American Negro Problems. New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1928. (Contained in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S.). Main Stacks 325.26 C7374

Perry, Pettis. This, Too, is Lynch Law. New York: Self-Defense Committee of 17 Smith Act Victims, 1951? Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.4P4292t

Perry, Pettis. Pettis Perry...Speaks to the Court. New York: New Century Publishers, July 1952. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.4P4292pe

_____. White Chauvinism and the Struggle for Peace. New York: New Century Publishers, 1952. Main Stacks 323.4P4292P

_____. Negro Representation: a Step Towards Negro Freedom. New York: New Century Publishers, March 1952. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.4P4292n

_____. The November Elections and the Struggle for Jobs, Peace, Equal Rights and Democracy. New York: New Century Publishers, 1954. Main Stacks 324.73 P42N

_____. The Party of Negro and White. New York: New Century Publishers, March 1953. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.4P4292p.

Pfister, Arthur.   Beer cans, bullets, things & pieces.   Introd. by Imamu Amiri Baraka.  Detroit, Broadside Press , 1972.  30pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only]  Call Number:   811 P48B

A Political Biography of Angela Davis. New York: New York Committee to Free Angela Davis, Jan. 1971. Main Stacks B D2611ne.

Race Hatred on Trial. New York: Communist Party U.S.A., 1931. (Contained in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S.). Main Stacks 325.26 C7374

Racism, intelligence and the working class.  New York:  Progressive Labor Party , 1974.  68pp.  A Progressive Labor Party pamphlet.  Oak Street Facility [request only]  Call Number:   153.9 R115

Raushenbush, Winifred. Jobs Without Creed or Color. New York: Workers Defense League, 1945. (Contained in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S.). Main Stacks 325.26 C7374

Raymond, Harry. Ingrams Shall Not Die: Story of Georgia 's New Terror. New York: Daily Worker, March 1948. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.1758R211.

_____. Save Willie McGee. New York: New Century Publishers, 1951. Main Stacks 345.o2532 R215S

Reddick, Lawrence Dunbar. The Bus Boycott in Montgomery. [s.l. : s.n., 1956.] Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

Report of the director,  adopted March 13, 1945. Washington, DC:  National CIO Committee to Abolish Discrimination, 1945. 14pp.  Main Stacks Call Number:   325.26 C761R     

Report of the National CIO Committee to Abolish Discrimination, September  1945.  Washington, DC: National CIO Committee to Abolish Discrimination, 1945.  19pp.         Main Stacks Call Number:   325.26 C761R1945A 

The Road to Liberation for the Negro People. New York: Workers Library Publisher, 1937. (Contained in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S.). Main Stacks 325.26 C7374

Robeson, Paul. For Freedom and Peace. New York: Council for African Affairs, June 1949. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.41R54f.

_____. Forge Negro-Labor Unity for Peace and Jobs. New York: Harlem Trade Union Council; Chicago: South Side Chicago Negro Council, Aug. 1950. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 331.63R54f.

_____. The Negro People and the Soviet Union. New York: New Century Publishers, Jan. 1950. Main Stacks 301.451R54n.

_____. Paul Robeson Speaks to Youth. New York: Challenge, Feb. 1951. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

Rose, Arnold M.  The Negro in postwar America.  New York: Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, 1950.  34pp.  HathiTrust Digital Library

Saunders, John. The Struggle for Negro Equality. New York: Pub. by Pioneer Publishers for the Socialist Workers Party, Feb. 1945. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 325.26Sa8s 1945.

Savio, Mario, Eugene Walker and Raya Dunayevskaya. The Free Speech Movement and the Negro revolution.  Detroit, News and Letters, 1965.  52pp.  A News & letters pamphlet.  Rare Book & Manuscript Library [non-circulating] Call Number:   BASK 323.443 SA94F.  Also in HathiTrust Digital Library.

School money in black & white. Chicago, IL: Julius Rosenwald Fund, 1934.  24pp.  Main Stacks  Call Number:   379.11 J94S               

Scottsboro Defense Committee.   Scottsboro, a record of a broken promise....   New York, NY: Scottsboro Defense Committee, 1938.  19pp.  Main Stacks Call Number:   343.1 SCO8S

Scottsboro, a record of a broken promise....   New York, NY:  Scottsboro Defense Committee, 1938.  19pp.  Main Stacks Call Number:  343.1 SCO8S

Seymour, Rudolph. The Burnham Story. Georgetown, Guyana: C.A. Welshman for Rudolph Seymour and the P.N.C., 1966. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

Shabazz, Hannibal Barcar. Notes on Revolutionary Black Social Theory and Organization. [s.l. : s.n. ; 1970?] Rare Book & Manuscript Library 322.4208996 Sh11n

Sheppard, Harold L.  Civil rights, employment, and the social status of American Negroes.  Kalamazoo, MI: Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 1966.  85pp.  Oak Street Facility [request only]   Call Number:   323.4 Sh4c

Shields, Art. The Killing of William Milton. New York: Daily Worker, Sept. 1948. Main Stacks 323.1196073Sh61k.

Schneider, Isidor. The Story of Scottsboro. New York: International Labor Defense, 1933. Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, Folder 111, Item 26

Smith, Barbara.  Toward a black feminist criticism.  Brooklyn, NY: Out & Out Books ; Trumansburg, NY: distributed by Crossing Press, 1980, c1977.  19pp.  Out & Out pamphlet ; no. 5.  Main Stacks  Call Number:   809.89287 SM52T

Socialist Workers Party. The Case for an Independent Black Party. 2d ed. New York: Pathfinder Press, 1971. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 324.2308996 SO13C1971

Southern Conference for Human Welfare. The Truth About Columbia , Tennessee Cases. Nashville: The Conference, Feb. 1946. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

Tabor, Michael Cetewayo. Capitalism Plus Dope Equals Genocide. San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1970? Rare Book & Manuscript Library 301.451 T11C

United States.  Congress.  House.  Committee on Un-American Activities.  The American Negro in the Communist Party.  Washington, DC: U.S. Govt. Printing Office ,  1954. 16pp.  HathiTrust Digital Library

Varela, Mary. Something of Our Own: Part. II. Jackson, Miss.: H.J.K. PublishingCompany, 1965. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

Ward, Francis. "Super Fly": a Political and Cultural Condemnation by the Kuumba Workshop. Chicago: Institute of Positive Education, 1972. Main Stacks 791.437 W211S

Warren, Mac, ed.  Independent Black political action 1954-78: the struggle to break with Democratic and Republican parties.  New York, NY: Pathfinder Press, 1982.  72pp.  Education for socialists series.  Main Stacks Call Number:   973.0496073 In218

Wilkerson, Doxey A. The Negro People and the Communists. New York: Workers Library Publishers, April 1944. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 325.26W652n.

Williams, Eric Eustace. A Review of the Political Scene. Port-of Spain, Trinidad: PNM Pub. Co., Sept. 1966. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

_____. Tagore Centenary Celebration Address. Trinidad: Government Print. Off., May 1961. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

Winston, Henry. Black Americans and the Middle East Conflict. New York: New Outlook Publishers, 1970. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 327.73056 W733B

_____. Build the Communist Party, the Party of the Working Class. New York: [n.p.], 1969. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 335.43 W73B

_____. Life Begins with Freedom. New York: [n.p.], 1937. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 301.451 W73F

_____. A Marxist-Leninist Critique of Roy Innis on Community Self-Determination and Martin Kilson on Education. New York: [n.p.], 1973. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 301.451 W73M

_____. The Meaning of San Rafael. New York: [n.p.], 1971. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.2 W73M

_____. Negro-White Unity. New York: New Outlook Publishers, Feb. 1967. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 301.451W73n.

_____. New Colonialism. New York: [n.p.], 1943. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 327.73 W733C1965

_____. Old Jim Crow has Got to Go! New York: New Age Publishers, March 1941. Main Stacks 301.451 W73o.

_____. What it means to be a Communist. New York: New Century Publishers, Feb. 1951. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 329.8W73w.

Wood, Robert. To Live and Die in Dixie. New York: Southern Workers Defense Committee, 1936. Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Baskette Collection, Folder 068C, Item 2. (Also contained in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S., Main Stacks 325.26 C7374)

Woodard, D.W. Negro Progress in a Mississippi Town; and Banks, Charles. Negro Banks of Mississippi. Cheney, PA: Committee of Twelve for the Advancement of the Interests of the Negro Race, [n.d.]. Main Stacks 325.26W85n.

Yergan, Max. A Petition to the United Nations on Behalf of 13 Million Oppressed Negro Citizens of the United States of America. New York: National Negro Congress, June 1946. Rare Book & Manuscript Library [in processing]

_____. Democracy and the Negro People Today. Washington, DC: National Negro Congress, Oct. 1940. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 323.4Y44d.

Yergan, Max and Paul Robeson. The Negro and Justice, a Plea for Earl Browder. New York: [n.p.], 1941. Main Stacks B.B8779 Y (Also contained in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S., Main Stacks 325.26 C7374)

Yeshitela, Omali. The Political Aspects of Building a Mass Movement: the Tactical and Strategic Objectives for Black Liberation: for presentation at the April 15-17, 1977 Black Organizer's Conference at the University of Massachusetts. Oakland, CA: African People's Socialist Party, 1982. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 305.896073 Y48P

Yikinen, August. Race Hatred on Trial. New York: Workers' Library Publishers, 1931. (Contained in Communist and Radical Pamphlets on Discrimination against Negroes in the U.S.). Main Stacks 325.26 C7374

X, Malcolm. Malcolm X Talks to Young People. 2d ed. New York: Pathfinder Press, 1969. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 301.451 L725MALC1969

_____. Two Speeches by Malcolm X. New York: Merit Publishers, 1969. Rare Book & Manuscript Library 301.451 L725t

 

 


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