The Black Scholar Volume 12, Number 5 September/October 1981

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The Black Scholar: Black Literature, cover.
The Black Scholar: Black Literature, contents.
The Black Scholar, They Have Put Us On Hold by Margaret Walker.
The Black Scholar, Five Haiku, Sonia Sanchez.
The Black Scholar, b+w illustrations.
The Black Scholar, Alice Walker book review of 'Gifts of Power by Rebecca Cox Jackson.'

San Francisco. Black World Foundation. 1981. First edition. Softcover, staple-bound w. pictorial art cover. Book condition: Fine w. minor shelf wear. 80pp. (ill. in colour & b/w).

The Black Scholar, founded in 1969 in the Bay Area, has become known as one of the most impactful journals of Black Studies, and a major player in the widespread establishment of that academic field. A comprehensive collection of the time's most prominent revolutionary writers, it includes poems and short essays by Sonia Sanchez and Al Young, as well as a book review by Alice Walker just a year before she published her beloved novel The Color Purple. This pristine journal highlights some of modern Black Literature's greatest minds at the apex of their writing careers.

The Black Scholar: Black Literature, cover.
The Black Scholar: Black Literature, contents.
The Black Scholar, They Have Put Us On Hold by Margaret Walker.
The Black Scholar, Five Haiku, Sonia Sanchez.
The Black Scholar, b+w illustrations.
The Black Scholar, Alice Walker book review of 'Gifts of Power by Rebecca Cox Jackson.'

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