San Francisco: The Movement Press, March 1969. 44x29cm: 24pp. First Edition. Folded tabloid newspaper. Full-page cover artwork of Nat Turner by Frank Cieciorka. Faint bulk rate stamp to lower left section of cover. Secondary horizontal fold to middle. Minor tears to bottom edge of first several pages. Overall, lightly toned with slightly darker toning to edges and primary fold. Three small stains to the front cover and wear to primary fold. Better than Very Good.
Stated Huey P. Newton Birthday Edition, which includes an interview by co-founder of the Black Panthers, Bobby Seale. He discusses L.A. assassinations, cultural nationalism, community programs, and Black capitalism. Also in this issue, the latest coverage on the Oakland Seven trial, coming just weeks before the acquittal, Mark Rudd’s take on the Columbia University Protests, the Richmond Oil Strike, and continued discussion on the New York City Teacher Strikes and educational disparities felt through Black and Brown communities. Sadly, many of these topics are still being discussed in education today throughout the country, 50 years later.