Title: Black America; Volume III No. 3
Publication Date: 1973
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
August, 1973. This was the magazine behind the Miss Black America pageant, which began locally in Philadelphia as a protest against the lack of African-American contestants in the Miss America pageant. This issue functioned as a program for the 1973 pageant (the pageant's band included Khan Jamal and Byard Lancaster), and also includes articles on The Whispers and The Love Machines, as well as a range of other articles dealing with African-American issues. Some foxing and age wear, with some water damage toward the bottom resulting in a few stuck pages (bottom half). Scarce. Bookseller Inventory # 075
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