Black Heritage Association Bulletin. Vol. 1 Ed. 2 (May-June 1969)
New York: Black Heritage Association, 1969. 8.5” x 11” Two bifolia, 8 pp. A couple of light corner creases, light toning, some leaves have small dog ears, several check marks in pen on last page. VG.
The New York based Black Heritage Association, an organization that focused on black history, was led at the time of this issue by Ted Cobb. Striking cover art by an eighth-grade student that is a tribute to the black mother. Contains stark poetry about daily life, career planning information, and a streamlined chronology of black history. The final page has a list of upcoming events including films on black youth, a book exhibit, and a discussion of “Black Economics in the Ghetto.”
No copies in OCLC or in the commerce as of February 2023. Item #926