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1 Black Male/Female Relationships. Volume 1, Number 1
San Francisco Black Think Tank June-July 1979 
Scarce first issue of a journal dealing with the sexuality and related issues of Blacks. Fine. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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2 The Broadside Annual 1973. Edited by Jill Witherspoon
Detroit Broadside Press June-July 1979 
An anthology of Black poets. Paperbound as issued. Near fine in wrappers. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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3 GORDONE, CHARLES No Place To Be Somebody. A Black Black Comedy in Three Acts
Indianapolis Bobbs-Merrill 1969 
First Edition - Paperbound. Signed and inscribed by the author Charles Gordone to film studio executive Sherry Lansing. Inscribed: “To Sherry Lansing, One of the most beautiful women I have ‘observed' lately - good luck, but don't take your beauty for granted! (smile), Charles Gordone.” Sherry Lansing is a woman of many film industry ‘firsts', including being the president of production at 20th Century Fox; the first woman to head a Hollywood studio, in 1996, she became the first woman named Pioneer of the Year by the Foundation of the Motion Picture Pioneers, and she was the first woman studio head to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She is also a former CEO of Paramount Pictures. She is married to Academy Award-Winning director William Friedkin and is known for her contributions to such successful films as Kramer vs. Kramer, Fatal Attraction, Forrest Gump, Braveheart, Titanic, and more. No Place to Be Somebody is a Pulitzer Prize winning play. 
Price: 450.00 USD
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4 KERLIN, ROBERT T The Voice of the Negro
New York Dutton 1920 
First Edition. Signed and inscribed by the author's wife, Adeline Kerlin, to her nephew. Inscribed: “Dear Arthur. This book written because of my husband's great concern for justice to the Negro. I am certain will help the understanding in finding an answer to the inter-racial problems - The Brotherhood of Man. Lovingly, Aunt Adeline, Oct. 12 - 1952.” Some mottling to a few preliminary pages otherwise a very good plus tight copy in the printed dust jacket which has a few tiny chips and small small tears. Rare in jacket. “The Negro has suddenly discovered the power and importance of his own Press. It is a rapidly expanding influence, consisting even now of two dailies, a dozen magazines, and over three hundred weeklies. In it may be found the voice of the Negro, and his heart and mind. It has seemed to Professor Kerlin that in the interest of national unity and harmony it is essential that white Americans should know what Afro-Americans think and feel on matters of national importance, as well as what are their grievances, their aspirations, and their demands. In this compilation, made with sympathy and knowledge from the colored Press of America for four consecutive months, we have a true cross-section of the Negro mind, which will be admitted of primary importance in the vital and work of getting to know the Negro and of giving him justice and the rights of a citizen.” Frontispiece photograph of a conference Negro editors in Washington during World War I. 
Price: 875.00 USD
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