The Black Panther: Intercommunal News Service - Vol.VI, No.28 (August 9, 1971)
by MAGEE, Ruchell (contributor); DOUGLAS, Emory (illustrations)
San Francisco: Black Panther Party, 1971. Contents include an article by Ruchell Magee, a commemorative piece on the deaths of Jonathan Jackson, James McClain, and William Christmas, reports on the harassment of George Jackson's family at San Quentin, and an exposé on John Frey, the Oakland police officer who shot Huey Newton. Contains a supplement dedicated to the boycott of Black businessman Bill Boyette, who incurred the wrath of the Panther's after refusing to support any of the Party's Community Survival Programs. Rear wrapper features a full-page photomontage by Emory Douglas. Tabloid (42cm); illustrated newsprint wrappers; 12pp, plus an eight page supplement. Horizontal fold at center, mild toning and a few closed tears to extremities; Near Fine. (Inventory #: 31343)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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