|Portion of title
||Amiri Baraka, from Black arts to Black radicalism
||Black studies research sources
Black studies research sources. ^A455975
||Reel 1. (Ser. 1) Black arts movement ; (Ser. 2) Black nationalism ; (Ser. 3) Correspondence ; (Ser. 4) NewArk (New Jersey) -- Reel 2. (Ser. 4) NewArk (New Jersey) cont. ; (Ser. 5) Congress of African People -- Reel 3. (Ser. 5) Congress of African People cont. ; (Ser. 6) National black conferences and national black assembly -- Reel 4. (Ser. 6) National black conferences and national black assembly cont. ; (Ser. 7) Black women's united front ; (Ser. 8) Student organization for black unity ; (Ser. 9) African liberation support committee ; (Ser. 10) Revolutionary communist league -- Reel 5. (Ser. 10) Revolutionary communist league cont. ; (Ser. 11) African socialism ; (Ser. 12) Black marxists -- Reel 6. (Ser. 12) Black marxists cont. ; (Ser. 13) National black united front ; (Ser. 14) Miscellaneous materials, 1978-1988.
||(Cont.) -- Reel 7. (Ser. 14) Miscellaneous materials, 1978-1988 cont. ; (Ser. 15) Serial publications -- the african world, black nation, black newark, unity and struggle -- Reel 8. (Ser. 15) Serial publications cont. -- unity and struggle cont., main trend, IFCO news ; (Ser. 16) Oral histories -- Reel 9. (Ser. 16) Oral histories cont.
||"The collection of materials reproduced in this microfilm edition documents Baraka's odyssey from the Black Arts movement to Black Power and beyond, offering an important inside view of the dynamics of the mass movements for black liberation in the late twentieth century. The collection covers Baraka's career from his involvement in the Black Arts movement in the mid-1960's through Baraka's nationalist and Marxist periods. The collection consists of rare works of poetry, organizational records, print publications, over one hundred articles, poems, plays, or speeches by Baraka, a small amount of personal correspondence, and oral history. The documents span from 1960 to 1988, and are arranged into sixteen series."--Page x, xi.
|Local note||Joyner-Joyner Library has microfilm reels in Microforms Dept.|
|General note||Accompanied by a printed guide compiled by Daniel Lewis, entitled: A guide to the microfilm edition of the Black power movement. Part 1, Amiri Baraka, from Black arts to Black radicalism.|
|Access restriction||Open to research.|
|Language||Collection material in English.|
||Guide available in the Library of Congress Manuscript Reading Room.
|Issued in other form||Online version: Black power movement. Part 1, Amiri Baraka, from Black arts to Black radicalism. Bethesda, MD : University Publications of America, 2000|
|Other title||Guide to the microfilm edition of the Black power movement. Part 1, Amiri Baraka, from Black arts to Black radicalism.|