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New Additions to the Freedom Archives

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We’ve got some great new materials up on our search site!

Statements from International Women’s Day: Statements in honor of International Women’s Day, 1983, in solidarity with all freedom fighters and prisoners of war. Published by Women Against Imperialism.

3 poems from Chicano Poet Tomas Vigil: Originally recorded by SF Bay Area radio collective Comunicacion Aztlan.





I-Hotel Calendar: This calendar focuses on the struggle to keep the tenants of the International Hotel from being evicted during 1977. Each month has a pertaining photo that features photography from the protests, personal photos of tenants in their rooms, poetry and more.

Don’t hesitate to contact us info [at] freedomarchives [dot] org if you want to donate archival materials to the Freedom Archives and stay tuned for new arrivals.



The Quarterly Journal of Revolutionary Afroamerica

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Since our last post we’ve been hard at work and we’re excited to announce the completion of nine fully digitized Soulbooks! Soulbook was a periodical beginning in 1964 that featured essays, poems, reflections, cartoons, and other artistic works intended to further the liberation of Black peoples. Internationalist in scope, major topics of focus included jazz, poetry, economics and anti-imperialism. Some of the most interesting writers, poets and artists of the Black Arts Movement contributed to Soulbook and for those interested in the cultural side of the Black Liberation Movement, these are must sees! Click here for our collection.


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