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The Black power movement. Part 3, Papers of the Revolutionary Action Movement, 1962-1996 [microform] /

editorial advisers, Muhammad Ahmad, Ernie Allen, and John H. Bracey ; project coordinator, Randolph H. Boehm.

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Names: Ahmad, Muhammad, | Allen, Ernie, | Bracey, John H. | Boehm, Randolph.
Published: Bethesda, MD : LexisNexis, 2002.
Series: Black studies research sources.
Topics: Black power - United States - History - Sources. | Black nationalism - United States - History - Sources. | African Americans - Civil rights - History - Sources. | Revolutionary Action Movement - History - Sources. | Ahmad, Muhammad, 1941- - Archives.
Regions: United States - Race relations - History - Sources.
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245 04|aThe Black power movement.|nPart 3,|pPapers of the Revolutionary Action Movement, 1962-1996|h[microform] /|ceditorial advisers, Muhammad Ahmad, Ernie Allen, and John H. Bracey ; project coordinator, Randolph H. Boehm.
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500 |aAccompanied by a printed guide, entitled: A guide to the microfilm edition of the Black power movement. Part 3, Papers of the Revolutionary Action Movement, 1962-1996.
520 |aReproduces the writings and corresondence of Muhammad Ahmad (Max Stanford); RAM internal documents; records on allied organizations, including African Peoples Party, Black Liberation Army, Black Panther Party, Black United Front, Black Workers Congress, Institute of Black Studies, League of Revolutionary Black Workers, Republic of New Africa, and Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee; rare serial publications, including Black America, Soulbook, Unity and Struggle, Black Vanguard, Crossroads, and Jihad News; and, government documents such as the FBI file on Max Stanford, testimony about RAM's role in the urban rebellions, and subject files covering key leaders associated with RAM including Malcolm X, Robert F. Williams, Amiri Baraka, and Assata Shakur, as well as on subjects such as the Black Power Conferences, the reparations movement, political prisoners, and more.
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