by Amiri Baraka
A poetic voyage in five parts that charts the ebbs and flows of the African-American movement.
In this collection of poems, famous writer and poet Baraka speaks of oppression, life, death, struggle, and self-determination.
Amiri Baraka was a professor of Africana Studies at the State University of New York in Stony Brook for twenty years. Baraka also writes under the pseudonym of LeRoi Jones.
Paperback: 132 pages