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database contains streaming videos Amiri Baraka On Art & Politics
Baraka speaking at Binghamton University, April 20, 2004.
The Practice of the New Nationalism
Journal of Black Poetry 1(14), 1970-1971, pp. 38-41.
Strategy and Tactics of a Pan African Nationalist Party
Newark, National Involvement, CFUN. 1972.
"Toward the Creation of Political Institutions for all African Peoples,"
Black World October 1972, 54-78. Rutgers-restricted Access
Ideological Statement of the Congress of African Peoples
IN African Congress: A Documentary of the First Modern Pan-African Congress. New York, NY., William Morrow and Co., Inc., 1972, pp.107-111. Available? Rutgers-restricted Access
National Liberation and Politics
Newark, N.J., Congress of African People, 1974. Rutgers-restricted Access
Congress of Afrikan People on the Afro-American National Question: The Black Nation.
Newark, N.J., 1975. Rutgers-restricted Access
"Newark Seven Years Later: ¡Unidad Y Lucha!"
Monthly Review 26(8), Jan. 1975, pp. 16-24. Available?
PRRWO and RWL: Not a "Revolutionary Wing," But a Dangerous Duo.
Newark, N.J., Revolutionary Communist League, 1976. Available?
"Ten Years Later: Newark/Detroit"
IN Daggers and Javelins: Essays, 1974-1979. New York, NY, William Morrow and Co. Inc., 1984, pp. 110-121. Available?
Chapter 9: "Newark Before Black Men Conquered,"
IN Raise, Race, Rays, Raze: Essays Since 1965 New York, NY, Random House, 1971, pp. 59-81. Available? Rutgers-restricted Access
New Era in Our Politics: The Revolutionary Answer to Neo-Colonialism in Newark Politics.
Newark, NJ., Jihad Productions, 1974. Available? Rutgers-restricted Access

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