Black Power is Back!
16.94 in HIGH x 11.00 in WIDE
(43.02 cm HIGH x 27.94 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Poster printed with black ink on pale yellow paper. Large text at top in a black band reads, "Black Power is Back!" Below, two arms with raised fists appear at either side of the page. The left arm contains a photograph of speaker Willie Mukassa Ricks who "coined the phrase 'Black Power' in 1966" and a "member of African People's Socialist Party." The arm at right shows a photograph of speaker Omali Yeshitela, "founder of the African People's Socialist Party" and "leader of the Uhuru Movement." Text between the arms discusses the U.S. government and its effect on the African community. Large text in a black band on the bottom of the page reads, "Organizing Conference / Rebuilding the Movement for African Self-Determination / Sunday, October 27, 1996 * 12PM - 9PM / Uhuru House, 7911 Macarthur Boulevard, Oakland / Sponsored by the National People's Democratic Uhuru Movement / $5-10 donation requested. Dinner & culture included. For more info 510-635-2330." "The highest expression of democracy is self-determination!" is printed across the bottom of the page.
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