Item #19869 Palante he Young Lords Party Newspaper Archive, published by Chicago-based street gang that became a civil rights organization. Puerto Rico Palante.
Palante he Young Lords Party Newspaper Archive, published by Chicago-based street gang that became a civil rights organization
Palante he Young Lords Party Newspaper Archive, published by Chicago-based street gang that became a civil rights organization
Palante he Young Lords Party Newspaper Archive, published by Chicago-based street gang that became a civil rights organization
Palante he Young Lords Party Newspaper Archive, published by Chicago-based street gang that became a civil rights organization
Palante he Young Lords Party Newspaper Archive, published by Chicago-based street gang that became a civil rights organization
Palante he Young Lords Party Newspaper Archive, published by Chicago-based street gang that became a civil rights organization
Palante he Young Lords Party Newspaper Archive, published by Chicago-based street gang that became a civil rights organization
Palante he Young Lords Party Newspaper Archive, published by Chicago-based street gang that became a civil rights organization

Palante he Young Lords Party Newspaper Archive, published by Chicago-based street gang that became a civil rights organization

Palante, Puerto Rico

Archive

[Puerto Rico] [Latinx], In 1969, a group of young Puerto Rican activists taking inspiration from the Black Panthers, founded the Young Lords Party in New York City, Archive of 2 Newspapers. Palante: a bilingual newspaper published by the Young Lords Party. Palante focused on the Puerto Rican independence movement, the oppression of Puerto Ricans and other Latinos in the United States, and global struggles for liberation. These a hard to find today. This archive includes:

[1] Palante. Oct 8 - November 5, 1975 (Vol. 1, No. 10). New York: PRPWO, 1975. Tabloid format newspaper. 12 pages each in English and Spanish. Topics featured within include:"Police Intensify Repression on Puerto Ricans", "All Power to the Soviets", "Chinese People Learn From Them, 'Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win'", "Teachers Fight Effects of the Imperialist Crisis". There are several black and white images of teachers on strike in New York, Chinese employees, Stalin and Lenin, and the Chicano Moratorium. bears library date-stamp.

[2] Palante. Nov. 5 - Dec. 3, 1975 (Vol. 1, No. 11). New York: PRPWO, 1975. Tabloid format newspap ;er, 6 pages each in English and Spanish, with a supplement commemorating the Chicano Moratorium and "Repression on the Working Class and Oppressed Masses". Topics featured within include: "Letter From Federico Cintron Fiallo to PSP", "Lessons of Chile", "Some Trends in the Chicano Movement", "La Raza Unity Party--Political Representative of the Chicano Petty-Bourgeosie", and more. Also features images of Chicano National Moratorium in 1970, and a diverse range of workers in the United States. worn on edges. This archive is scarce and in very good condition, overall.

Item #19869

Price: $485.00