Interview with Rookery Press - Publishers of Volume One of the "Collected Works of the Black Liberation Army"
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I am so excited to share this episode with you folks, big shoutout to Rookery Press for coming on the program to discuss the first volume of the "Collected Works of the Black Liberation Army"
We discuss the history of the BLA, why the comrades at Rookery Press chose to produce the works they did, how they were able to access these files and republish them, the importance of first-person sources and deep study, some of the sections that stuck out to us, and more!
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More interviews with Rookery Press: BLA-CC Collected Works Discussion w/ Rookery Press
Guerrilla History: The Black Liberation Army w/ Comrade Z of Rookery Press Some sources, individuals, and organizations mentioned in the discussion:
Robert F. Williams - Wikipedia (Unfortunately there was very little information on Mabel Williams, his wife, but here is an oral interview I found from her: Civil Rights Digital Library (usg.edu) ) Donald L. Cox - Wikipedia
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