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BERKELEY TRIBE | Vol. 2 No. 6 Issue 32, February 13-20, 1970. Special Black Panther issue. Cover photograph by Black Panthers official photographer Stephen Shames.

"by any means necessary" ~~ Malcolm X

Published by Red Mountain Tribe, Berkeley, California, 1970. First edition. Newspaper, printed in black ink on newsprint, 17" x 11.5", 32 pages. Graphic and provocative, filled with revolutionary imagery, articles, special feature by Bobby Seale and Black Panther photographs. GOOD Condition: complete as issued, horizontal fold, waviness, toning, shorelining, some soiling, edgewear including small closed edge tears and a few chips, somewhat tender, otherwise a solid and unmarked copy. Uncommon.

The Berkeley Tribe was an underground newspaper published in Berkeley from 1969-1972. It was founded by striking staff of the Berkeley Barb, another alternative paper. The Tribe was published weekly, with most copies sold on the street. Totally representative of the radical counterculture ethos of the era.

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