Atlanta, GA: First World Foundation, Publisher, 1979. Wraps. Good. Item #017812
Wraps. 64 pp. Single issue of this journal devoted to Black studies. This issue with several pieces on politics in America and their impact on Black Americans. Also present is a look at Black America on stage; reggae: the soul of Jamaica; fiction by Kermit Frazier and poetry by Julia Fields. From the collection of Zelma George, (although no markings/signatures) who served as an advisor to President Eisenhower's administration, an alternate delegate to the UN General Assembly, and served on the executive council of the American Society of African Culture, among various other roles. GOOD condition. Upper right corner of the front cover and first few pages torn off on the diagonal, with some chipping, tearing and minor loss, along the extremities. Mailing label on the rear cover. Minor fading, soiling, scuffing and creasing.