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Poetry Reading benefit leaflet, poems by South African writers James Matthews and Ilva MacKay, February 6, 1977 (?), New Word Resource Center, Chicago, IL.

Item

32-130-1CE8-84-ChicagoPoetry2-6-76 sm.jpg

Dublin Core

Title

Poetry Reading benefit leaflet, poems by South African writers James Matthews and Ilva MacKay, February 6, 1977 (?), New Word Resource Center, Chicago, IL.

Subject

Independent bookstores
Anti-apartheid activists
Protest poetry, South African (English)
Chicago, Ill.

Description

Leaflet advertising poetry readings with poems by James Matthews and Ilva MacKay on February 6 at First United Methodist Church and February 12 at New World Resource Center. The leaflet says James Matthews and Ilva MacKay are victims of racism in South Africa.

Creator

New World Resource Center

Source

Rights

Some organizing materials were created for public dissemination in order to publicize events or campaigns, so we regard these types of objects as being in the public domain: press releases, leaflets, public testimony, buttons, posters, and T-shirts.
African Activist Archive Project https://africanactivist.msu.edu/about/#collections-policy

Format

PDF

Type

Still Image

Identifier

FEST0047

Citation

New World Resource Center, “Poetry Reading benefit leaflet, poems by South African writers James Matthews and Ilva MacKay, February 6, 1977 (?), New Word Resource Center, Chicago, IL.,” Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage Digital Collections, accessed June 22, 2024, http://usldhrecovery.uh.edu/items/show/3939.