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The End of White World Supremacy

By X, Malcolm

New York: Merlin House, Inc, 1971 148 pages. Cover is in good condition, apart from some bumping to corners, and top and bottom of spine - and spine faded. Ex-library book: there is a library stamp on title page, and cardboard library pocket has been glued on first page, and then torn off - two large marks and some cardboard remain. Pages very yellowed, particularly at edges, and some staining to first and last pages. Page edges quite worn. Page 66 has been creased at top corner. Condition consistent with age of book. A good reading copy. Four speeches from Malcolm X, given at the time of the American Civil Rights Movement.. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Ex-Library.

$22.95

The Big Red Diary 1987: Southern Africa: Victory is Certain

Pluto Press, 1986 An un-used Big Red Diary from 1987. Cover is a little scuffed and slightly creased. Corners and edges are slightly bumped, and there are some small indentations, but mainly only visible when held up to light. Original bookseller's name and address sticker is stuck in bottom corner of inside of back cover. Pages are slightly bumped at corners, but otherwise clean, neat and tightly bound. Diary also includes a 1987 directory of anti-apartheid and African campaigning organisations. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$17.93

Children of Caliban

By Henriques, Fernando

London: Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd, 1974 196 pages. Dust jacket is very scuffed and a little stained. Dust jacket is creased at edges, and has some tears around spine and edges. Dustcover is yellowed inside. Book cover in good condition - undamaged apart from some bumping to spine and corners. Slight musty smell to pages. Pages are a little yellowed and lightly stained at edges, but otherwise clean and tightly bound. Condition consistent with age of book. Includes 4 pages of black and white illustrations and photographs. Explores the problem of miscegenation from the beginning of history to the present day - and looks at race relations in New England and Pennsylvania. . Hard Cover. Good/Good.

$17.20

Loosen the Shackles: First Report of the Liverpool 8 Inquiry Into Race Relations in Liverpool
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Loosen the Shackles: First Report of the Liverpool 8 Inquiry Into Race Relations in Liverpool

By Gifford, Lord QC (Chair); Brown, Wally and Bundey, Ruth

Karia Press, 1989 Karia Press, 1989. 262 pages. Spine very faded and a little bumped, with a number of reading creases. Organisation's library classification stickers taped on spine - and another old label stuck on spine. Cover creased, a little scuffed and faded. Organisation's label stuck on front cover. Pages clean and tightly bound - with slight yellowing. Slight bumping and small creases and marking to some of pages. Organisation's address stamped on inside of front cover and twice on first page. Report into the racism experienced by the black community in Liverpool. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket. Ex-Library.

$11.48

Loosen the Shackles: First Report of the Liverpool 8 Inquiry Into Race Relations in Liverpool
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Loosen the Shackles: First Report of the Liverpool 8 Inquiry Into Race Relations in Liverpool

By Gifford, Lord QC (Chair); Brown, Wally and Bundey, Ruth

Karia Press, 1989 Karia Press, 1989. 262 pages. Spine very faded and a little bumped, with one reading crease. Organisation's library classification stickers taped on spine. Cover a little scuffed and faded. Pages clean and tightly bound - with slight yellowing. Slight bumping and small creases and marking to some of pages. Organisation's address stamped on inside of front cover and twice on first page. Label with organisation's address also stuck on first page. Report into the racism experienced by the black community in Liverpool. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket. Ex-Library.

$11.48

Women in a War Zone: Twenty Years of Resistance

By McAuley, Chrissie (Editor)

Dublin & Belfast: Republican Publications Republican Publications (no publication date in book). 88 pages. Book is in excellent condition. No damage or wear. Pages are clean and tightly bound. Documents women's experiences in resisting the British occupation of Northern Ireland. . Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$18.63

Inna Liverpool

By Zephaniah, Benjamin

Liverpool: Africa Arts Collective , 1988 Africa Arts Collective, 1988. Pamphlet in very good condition. Original Liverpool edition, published at Bluecoat Cambers on School Lane. Front cover has a small sticker with 'Poet 098' written on it. There is a slight mark on the front cover where another small sticker has been and been removed. Also a small indentation/scuff on front cover that has not gone through the paper but has left a slight mark on the next few pages after it. Contents page has 'Centre For Arts Development Training Ltd.' stamp in blue ink. A selection of poems forming part of Zephaniah's time in Liverpool as Poet/Writer in Residence with the Africa Arts Collective in 1988/89. . First Edition. Pamphlet. Good/No Jacket.

$20.08

The Long Hot Summer

By Nelson, Truman

Berlin: Seven Seas Books, 1967 Seven Seas Books, 1967. 140 pages. Pages and edges are yellowed with age but binding is intact and spine is uncreased. Cover and corners are quite worn - bottom corner is curling and top and bottom edges of spine are quite chipped. Previous owner's name written in book and one or two pencil marks within the pages. Book looking at police racism and injustice in Harlem during the 1960's and the racist treatment of six young men. . Soft Cover. Fair/No Jacket.

$17.93

Long Walk to Freedom

By Mandela, Nelson

Little, Brown and Company 630 pages. Dustcover has some light scuffing and edges are a little bumped. Some slight yellowing to edges of dustcover. Book in good condition - pages have some slight markings to top edges, but otherwise clean and tightly bound. Small bump to bottom of spine, but spine otherwise undamaged. Autobiography of the South African president, anti-apartheid activist and political leader. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good.

$35.86

People Vs. Blutcher: Black Men and White Law in Bedford-Stuyvesant
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People Vs. Blutcher: Black Men and White Law in Bedford-Stuyvesant

By Asinof, Eliot

The Viking Press, 1970 The Viking Press, 1970. 239 pages. Dustcover discoloured, torn, creased and dog-eared at edges, scuffed and with small indentations. Back and spine of dustcover stained. Pages slightly yellowed with age, and some foxing . Page edges dusty and well-thumbed. Fabric-covered binding - some yellowing to edges, but spine unbroken and title and author clear. Pages clean and tightly bound. Account of the case of a black American shopkeeper who was charged with assault in 1967, and an examination of the relationship between the police and black Brooklyn residents.. Hard Cover. Good/Poor.

$7.89

Race Relations in Britain
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Race Relations in Britain

By Chater, A.

London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1966 Lawrence and Wishart, 1966. 64 pages. Slight scuffing and marking to cover. Spine a little creased but unbroken. Pages bumped at corners and slightly yellowed with age, but clean and tightly bound. Examination of the causes of modern racial prejudices in Britian.. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$10.04

Ba Ye Zwa The People Live: South African Daily Life Under Apartheid
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Ba Ye Zwa The People Live: South African Daily Life Under Apartheid

By Seidman, Judy

Boston: South End Press, 1978 South End Press, 1978. 160 pages. Spine very creased and bumped at edges. Cover a little scuffed and bumped at edges. Some indentations and remains of a sticker on back cover. Foxing to edges of pages. Pages all clean and tightly bound. Corners of pages bumped. Observations on daily life in 1970s South Africa, under apartheid. Also includes poems, writings and black and white full-page illustrations.. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$28.69

A Touch of the Sun
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A Touch of the Sun

By Evans, David

Manchester, UK: Commonword Ltd, 2005 357 pages. Book cover has some small indentations and light scratches - but mainly only visible when held to light. Book cover is faded around the spine area. Edges and corners of book are very slightly bumped. Spine is faded, and has one reading crease. Book is signed and dated by author, in ink, on the title page. Pages have some slight yellowing to edges, but are clean, neat and tightly bound. Includes a glossary of Xhosa terms that are used in the novel. A novel set in apartheid South Africa - a reporter finds himself forced to chose whether to preserve his white priviledges or break the law.. Signed by Author. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$14.35

Black Health: A Political Issue
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Black Health: A Political Issue

By Torkington, Ntombenhle Protasia Khotie

London and Liverpool: Catholic Association for Racial Justice and Liverpool Institute of Higher Education, 1991 186 pages. Cover faded, with some indentations, scuffs and stains. Organisation's library classification label taped to spine. Faded address label stuck to front cover 'T4, Reference Only' written on label. Classification code written in pencil on first page. Organisation's address stamped twice in ink on first page. One stamp crossed out in ink. Pages a little creased and bent at edges. Pages all clean and tightly bound. Author's inscription to previous owner written in ink on second page. An examination of issues of racial and class inequalities that were raised after a series of case studies were carried out in Liverpool.. Gift By Author. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket. Ex-Library.

$7.17

Is This Really What We Fought For? White Rule Ends, Black Poverty Goes On

By Myers, Bob (Editor)

Index Books, 1997 104 pages. South Africa Series: No. 2. Book cover is scuffed and scratched, and has some indentations and creases. Back and inside edge of cover is stained, and edges and corners are a little bumped. Spine is a little stained and bumped at edges. Pages are slightly marked at edges, but are neat and tightly bound. A collection of three pamphlets distributed by 'revolutionary trade unionists from the Durban area' - on violence, workers rights, and capitalism vs socialism.. Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$25.82

Black Skin White Masks

By Fanon, Frantz

Paladin, 1970 174 pages. Cover has some scuffing and creasing. Top corner of front cover is very creased, and back cover has some stains. Spine creased and a little stained. Pages very yellowed but clean and tightly bound. Previous owner's name written in ink on first page. Condition consistent with age of book. Ex Libris: Eliza Adelaide Knight, suffragette, imprisoned and force-fed. In court: "I absolutely refuse to barter my liberty of action for anyone." From prison: "I'm determined to fight on until the goal of women's political freedom is reached. I sing The Red Flag every night and every morning." She was a communist along with her husband, Donald Adolphus Brown, merchant seaman from British Guyana and son of freed slaves. 'A sociological study of the psychology of racism and the dehumanization inherent to colonial domination.' . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$12.19