For the Millions by Abiodun Oyewole of The Last Poets - A Poem dedicated to the Million Man March - Signed 1st Edition
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For the Millions Abiodun Oyewole (Charles Davis, Jr.) of The Last Poets A Poem dedicated to the Million Man March October 16, 1995 Washington, D.C. Drawings and Graphics by Ademola Olugebefola. Gumbs & Thomas Pub., 1995. First edition, 12 pages in excellent condition. Signed and inscribed by Oyewole on title page To Shaun Thank you for the love, Abiodun. The Last Poets were a group of poets and musicians who arose from 1960s civil rights and Black Nationalist movements. Their name is taken from a poem by the revolutionary poet Keorapetse Kgositsile, who believed he was in the last era of poetry before guns would take over. The Last Poets have been cited as one of the earliest influences on what would become Hip Hop. Quite Scarce. .........(Books autographs)
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