Muhammad Speaks. January, 1968. Vol. 7 No. 18. Robert F. Williams, Elijah Muhammad.

Muhammad Speaks. January, 1968. Vol. 7 No. 18

Chicago: Muhammad's Mosque No. 2, Publisher, 1968. Tabloid. Good. Item #014161
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Side folding tabloid newspaper format. 28 pp. Black and white photos throughout. Muhammad Speaks was a newspaper published by the Nation of Islam, founded by Elijah Muhammad and providing coverage of current events and news relating to African-Americans and the African-American community, ranging from international topics to covering the successes of school children in school. Many issues document the Civil Rights struggle, including police brutality and violent examples of white oppression. This issue with the first part of a piece by civil rights leader Robert F. Williams on his exile and potential re-entering of the US, addressing the kidnapping charges in Monroe, North Carolina (he was charged with kidnapping a white couple); a piece on Elijah Muhammad; a short article on Muhammad Ali; news on struggles of blacks in South Africa, news on Vietnam;, etc. GOOD condition. Moderate toning to the paper, with minor chipping and tearing along the spine.

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