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Black Rap Vol I #5.pdf
This is the fifth, February 1969, issue (12 pp.) of Lake Forest College African-American students' alternative or underground periodical, Black Rap.

Black Rap 1968.pdf
A co-editor of this issue of Black Rapis Barbara Holden-Smith, then Barbara Smith, now vice dean and professor of law, Cornell University. For her biography, see: http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/faculty/bio.cfm?id=35 In the 1990s Dean Holden-Smith…

Black Rap, volume 4, number 1, Fall 1971.pdf
This issue of Black Rap is set in a somber yet celebratory tone. It is tribute to the life and death of George Jackson. This piece is accompanied by several others, and then preceded by student poetry and other short writings.

Pacific Railroad Acts 1862 (July 1 and July 12), Chicago printing .pdf
This is a sixteen-page Chicago pamphlet reprinting of the July 1, 1862 approved Act leading to the creation of the Union Pacific Railroad and the construction of the first transcontinental rail line to the Pacific Ocean in California. It also…

Black Rap, Vol 5 No 1, Feb 1973 (Part2).pdf
This issue, after a hiatus since the previous May (1972), does not list an editorial board, but does make mention of an international editorial staff. This is the second half of the paper that was printed.

Black Rap, Vol 5 No 1, Feb 1973 (Part1).pdf
This issue, after a hiatus since the previous May (1972), does not list an editorial board, but does make mention of an international editorial staff.

Black Rap Volume 4, Number 3, May 1972.pdf
This issue of Black Rap is about the case of Angela Davis, a popular Black activist during the time period. The idea of self-defense is discussed in depth as well. These pieces are accompanied by several others, and then preceded by student poetry…

Black Rap Volume 4, Number 2, February 1972.pdf
This issue of Black Rap is focused on youth, and how they are the future of our nation. This piece is accompanied by several others, and then preceded by student poetry and other short writings.

Black Rap Vol III #3.pdf
This issue of Black Rap was created around the theme of freeing Angela Davis, a popular Black activist during the time period. This piece is accompanied by several others, and then preceded by student poetry and other short writings.

Black Rap Vol III #2.pdf
This second issue of the third volume of the Lake Forest College student publication,Black Rap, is published by Black Students for Black Action, a College student group. Much of the issue's coverage is of international issues involving African…
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