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A broadside treasury.

Author: Gwendolyn Brooks
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : Broadside Press, [1971] ©1971
Edition/Format:   Book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Poetry
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Broadside treasury.
Detroit, Mich., Broadside Press [1971]
(OCoLC)568646944
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gwendolyn Brooks
ISBN: 0910296510 0910296537 9780910296519 0910296537 0910296537 9780910296533
OCLC Number: 221174
Notes: Poems.
Description: 188 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: From For Malcolm: My ace of spades / Ted Jones --
Malcolm X- an autobiography ; Morning raga for Malcolm / Larry Neal --
El-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz / Robert Hayden --
One year ago / David Llorens --
For Malcolm / Joyce Whitsitt Lawrence --
If blood is black, then spirit neglects my unborn son / Conrad Kent Rivers --
Malcolm / Sonia Sanchez --
Judgement Day / Kent Foreman --
Brother Malcolm's echo / K. William Kgositsile --
A poem for black hearts / LeRoi Jones --
At that moment / Raymond Patterson --
For brother Malcolm / Edward S. Spriggs. From The poets: The life of Lincoln West ; Young Africans ; Paul Robeson / Gwendolyn Brooks --
The small bells of Benin ; Etta Moten's attic ; The convert / Margaret Danner --
Hell, Mary / Jon Eckels --
The negro ; Freedom rider : washout ; The treehouse ; Fisherman ; Sixteen, yeah ; Whitey, baby / James Emanuel --
Poem (For BMC No. 1) ; The true import of pre. Wilmington Delaware ; I'm not lonely ; Black power ; Seduction ; The funeral of Martin Luther King, Jr. ; Knoxville, Tennessee ; Revolutionary music ; Beautiful Black men ; For Saundra ; My poem ; Black judgements ; Poem for Aretha ; No reservations ; Alone ; The game of game ; Kidnap poem ; For a lady of pleasure now retired ; 2nd rapp ; A robin's poem ; Toy poem / Nikki Giovanni --
Prologue ; Georgia- it's the gospel truth / Everett Hoagland --
When she spoke of God ; Vietnam : I need more than this crust of salt / Lance Jeffers --
When brown is black ; Mandela's sermon ; Elegy for David Diop ; Ivory masks in orbit ; To Fanon / K.W. Kgositsite --
Hard rock returns to prison ; The idea of ancestry ; As you leave me ; The violent space ; 2 poems for Black relocation centers ; It was a funky deal ; The sun came / Etheridge Knight --
"Stereo" ; Awareness ; The cure all ; The new integrationist ; Tw. In the interest of Black salvation ; The wall ; The death dance ; But he was cool ; Don't cry, scream ; Assassination ; Malcolm spoke, who listened? ; A poem to complement other poems ; Blackmusic, a beginning ; Blackwoman ; The revolutionary screw ; Reflections on a lost love ; A poem looking for a reader ; A message all Blackpeople can dig ; Mixed sketches ; On seeing Diana go maddddddddd ; A poem for a poet ; Change is not always progress ; For Black people ; Move un-noticed to be noticed / Don L. Lee --
Roses and revolutions ; Primitives ; The rite ; Hail, Dionysos ; Ballad of Birmingham ; The southern road ; George ; Booker T. and W.E.B. ; The profile on the pillow / Dudley Randall --
Execution ; Who shall die ; Seascape ; My childhood / James Randall --
Assailant ; Reptile ; The roach ; An inconvenience / John Raven --
To all brothers ; Poem at thirty ; Black magic ; Summary ; A p. We a baddddd people ; Life poem ; So this is our revolution ; Let us begin the real work ; A ballad for Stirling Street / Sonia Sanchez --
Because I have wandered long ; You are instantly enfolded ; Who is not a stranger still ; My love when this is past ; Who collects the pain / Stephany --
Prophets for a new day ; Jackson, Mississippi ; For Andy Goodman, Michael Schwerner, and James Chaney / Margaret Walker ; Proverbs ; Till the sun goes down / Marvin X. From Black poetry: View from the corner / Samuel Allen --
To our first born / Ebon --
For Black poets who think of suicide / Etheridge Knight --
One time Henry dreamed the number / Doughtry Long --
For the truth / Edward S. Spriggs. From Broadside series: Martin Luther King, Jr. / Gwendolyn Brooks --
A child's nightmare / Bobb Hamilton --
Sunny / Naomi Long Madgett --
Letter from a wife / S. Carolyn Reese --
Race results, U.S.A., 1966 / Sarah Webster Fabio. Ghetto waif / B. Felton --
Black and White / Umar Abd Rahim Hasson --
The squared circle / Carl Killebrew --
Our days are numbered / Alicia L. Johnson --
T.C / Walter Bradford --
Granny Black poet (in pastel) / Arthur Pfister --
Now ain't that love / Carolyn M. Rodgers --
Rip-off / Ronda M. Davis.

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