Detroit: Black Graphics International, 1975. First Edition. A later issue of this Detroit-based Black Arts journal, founded in 1969 by artist and poet Aaron Pori Pitts. This issue features an editorial on "Fascism in the Media," essays, news, and artwork by regulars in the Detroit arts and literary scene. Issues of BGI are scarce; OCLC locates just 7 institutional holdings for any issues. DANKY 864. Quarto (ca.28cm); black and white photo-illustrated wrappers, stapled; 84pp; illus. Mild toning, with faint vertical crease along right edge of rear wrapper; Near Fine. Laid into this issue are three BGI advertising flyers, subscription form, three-year calender on cardstock (1975-1977), and an additional flyer for the opening of Ed Bullins's The Fabulous Miss Marie at The Langston Hughes Theatre (Feb.26, 1976). (Inventory #: 28474)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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