Washington, DC: Howard University, Publisher, 1976. Wraps. Good. Item #018202
Wraps. 28 pp. A general interest magazine published by Howard University. This issue with articles such as "The Black Family in America;" "The Role of Women in African Literature," poetry, etc. From the collection of Zelma George, (signed on the contents page) 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. Covers scuffed and faded, with some edgewear. Several articles in the contents page circled. Several pages with large asterisks, highlighting and circling in the interior.