Nobo: A Journal of African American Dialogue; Volume 1 Issue 2, Summer 1991
1991·Harlem Heights, NY
by Anderson, S.E. [and] Segundo Modibo, editors
Harlem Heights, NY: [Network of Black Organizers], 1991. Magazine. 71p., stapled wraps, 8.5 x 11 inches, illus., very good condition with subscription form laid in. Magazine of the Network of Black Organizers, a black power group founded in 1988. Articles on the beating of Rodney King, AIDS in Africa, African American cinema, the Gulf War, black women in unions, and more, plus a poem by Amina Baraka. (Inventory #: 241818)
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