|Author/Contributor(s):||Coordinating Committee of the BLA|
The Collected Works of the Black Liberation Army, Vol. I, a collection of revolutionary literature penned by militants of the Black Liberation Army, an armed aspect of the Black revolutionary underground that debuted in 1970. As a deliberate consequence of the enemy state’s political repression against the BLA much literature and communications from this time have been lost. The Rookery Press has sought a number of these precious writings and reproduced them into this volume. included are the Black Liberation Army dictionary and study guide, the essay “Organize for New Afrikan People’s War”, and dozens more primary documents produced during the BLA’s life.
Length: 378 Pages