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The Ancient Kemetic Roots of Library and Information Science
by Itibari M. Zulu
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Today It Feels Good To Be An African
by Thabo M. Mbeki
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The Ballot or the Bullet
by Malcolm X
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Ujamma - The Basis of African Socialism
by Julius K. Nyerere
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The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro
by Frederick Douglass
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The Weapon of Theory
by Amilcar L. Cabral
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National Liberation and Culture
by Amilcar L. Cabral
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Magodonga Mahlangu: Human Rights Defender, Women of Zimbabwe Arise
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Acting On Our Conscience: A Declaration of African American Support for The Civil Rights Struggle in Cuba
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Open Letter to the President of The Republic of Cuba, the President of The Federal Republic of Brazil, and Dr. Darsi Ferrer Ramírez
by Abdias Nascimento
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An Address to the Slaves of the United States
by Henry Highland Garnet
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Jesse L. Jackson: Rainbow Coalition Speech, 1984 Democratic National Convention Address
by Jesse L. Jackson
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Africa in the Next Fifty Years
by Salim Ahmed Salim
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We Stand With Cuba! Declaration of African American Activists, Intellectuals and Artists in Continued Solidarity with the Cuban Revolution
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In Celebration of the Life of Dr. Huey P. Newton
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