1. The first five pages of Aimé Césaire’s rare 1947 English/French version of Cahiers d’un retour au pays natal from New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center.

    (via ephemeralia)

     
  2. Book Cover: Octavia Butler, Rituale/Adulthood Rites (Heyne, 1991)

    Found at the newly opened "Each One Teach One" Das Schwarze Literatur- und Medienarchiv in Berlin

     
  3. Octavia Butler, German Book Covers for Survivor, Mind of My Mind, and Patternmaster (Bastei-Lübbe, 1982-84)

    Found at the newly opened "Each One Teach One" Das Schwarze Literatur- und Medienarchiv in Berlin

     
  4. Book Cover: CLR James, Die schwarzen Jakobiner (Verlag Neues Leben, GDR, 1984)

    Found at the newly opened "Each One Teach One" Das Schwarze Literatur- und Medienarchiv in Berlin

     
  5. Book Cover—‘Dark Days In Ghana’, Kwame Nkrumah (International Publishers, Communist Party, United States, 1968)

    (Source: radicalarchive, via radicalarchive)

     
  6. Book Cover: Stuart Hall, Paddy Whannel — The Popular Arts (Pantheon Books, 1965)

    via weiyulive

    (via patrill)

     
  7. Photoset: Amiri Baraka Book Covers

     
  8. Book Cover: James Baldwin-No Name in the Street (1973)

    (Source: howtobeterrell, via afrocatracho)

     
  9. ‘How Europe Underdeveloped Africa’, Walter Rodney, Tanzania Publishing House, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 1972.

    radicalarchive

    (via madriche)

     
  10. Book Cover: Octavia Butler-Patternmaster (Avon Books, 1979)

    (Source: yasboogie)

     
  11. Book Cover: Samuel Delany—Sklaven der Flamme (1978).

    German edition of Captives of the Flame (1963). 

     
  12. ‘The Combahee River Collective Statement: Black Feminist Organizing In The Seventies and Eighties’, Combahee River Collective, Kitchen Table: Women Of Color Press (1986).

    via radicalarchive

     
  13. Tim Okamura—Work Shirt. 

    The Italian cover for Junot Diaz’s “This Is How You Lose Her”  (2011)   

    (Source: marauderforears, via eatcakey)

     
  14. Samuel R. Delany - The Fall of the Towers. Cover art by Peter Elson (Sphere 1979) 

    (Source: vintagepaperbacks)

     
  15. Book Covers: Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

    “The white man is very clever. He came quietly and peaceably with his religion. We were amused at his foolishness and allowed him to stay. Now he has won our brothers, and our clan can no longer act like one. He has put a knife on the things that held us together and we have fallen apart.”

    - Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

    dynamicafrica

    (via wardellfranklin)