Berkeley, CA: Red Mountain Tribe, Publisher, 1970. Tabloid. Good. Item #015171
Tabloid format. 28 pp. Front cover a full page quote from African-American author, activist and founder of the Black Guerrilla Family, George Jackson. Illustrations and photos throughout. A single issue of this radical, counterculture underground newspaper from Berkeley, California, formed after a split with the Berkeley Barb over labor issues. The Tribe embraced more radical and left wing causes. This issue with news on Angela Davis; a printing of Huey Newton's eulogy for Jonathan Jackson and William A. Christman, as well as coverage of their funerals; a column by Huey Newton; an article alleging Larry Grathwohl to be an undercover agent for the pigs (police); coverage of the trial of Los Siete; an article on a woman's first year in the Women's Movement; Youth Coalition Comix, etc. GOOD condition. Horizontal fold crease present. Moderate browning. Minor soiling. A few small tears along the extremities. Foxing to the front cover. Some creasing along the extremities.
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