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Black Power RADICAL African American POET Vintage THINK BLACK! 1970 Printing

THINK BLACK! By Don L. Lee

Published by Broadside Press, Detroit, Michigan, May, 1970. Third edition, 13th printing so stated. Illustrated wrappers, side staple bound, 8.5" x 5.5", 23 pages, b&w photograph of the poet on the rear cover. GOOD Condition: front cover has some small droplet stains, and a penned price adjustment, covers have light wear from age, internally a touch of age and a few creases from the printing process.

Don Luther Lee (b. 1942; a.k.a. Haki R. Madhubuti) Black Arts Movement poet, educator, activist, and founder of Third World Press, the nation's oldest and largest Black owned publisher. Madhubuti is one of the great voices of Black poetry to emerge in the 20th century and the most significant advocate and theorist of Black self determination since Malcolm X. In 1967 he debuted his first collection of poetry, "Think Black."

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