Berkeley Tribe. Vol 2. No. 6. Issue #32. Feb. 13-20, 1970
Berkeley, CA: Red Mountain Tribe, Publisher, 1970. Tabloid. Good. Item #018345
Tabloid format. 32 pp., including covers. Illustrations and photos throughout. Front cover an illustration/photo of several members of the Black Panther Party, with an inset illustration of Huey Newton at the upper right. Rear a connect the dot illustration urging people to free the Chicago 8. 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 a look at the trial of the Chicago 8; the efforts to free Huey Newton; a centerfold spread of photos of the members of the Black Panthers, with poetry and the Black Panther anthem (photos include those of children enjoying breakfast and Kathleen Cleaver in a doorway with a shotgun), etc. GOOD condition. Horizontal fold crease present. Moderate uneven browning. Minor soiling. Some chipping, creasing and tearing along the fore edge.