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Curriculum, study guides, courses readings and textbooks
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These documents span fifty-seven years of intellectual production. They weave in and out of both academic and activist contexts, often serving both. This has been the essence of Black Studies, thus the slogan "Academic Excellence and Social Responsibility."

The historical role of each generation is documented in their paper trail. What texts document their thinking and their actual experience? My 75 year journey included coming of age in the 1960s. We moved from civil rights to Black liberation, from Black liberation to socialist revolution, from industrial society to the revolution of digital technology. My position on various questions has changed over time with study and experience, but there have been constants as well.

I submit this work for you to judge. Please share your reaction with me at mcworter [at] illinois.edu.

1960s ^

  1. Gerald McWorter. 1961 (Spring). CROSIS: critical response of some interested students. pdf
  2. Gerald A. McWorter and Frank Stafford. 1964. On the "But one of my best friends is ..." syndrome: The social correlates of hypocrisy. National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago. pdf
  3. Gerald McWorter. 1966 (October). The crisis we face. Negro Digest Vol. 15 No. 12: 20, 69-71. pdf
  4. Homer A. Jack. 1966. Special report: Church and society. A report on the World Conference on Church and Society, Geneva, Switzerland, 1966, sponsored by the World Council of Churches. Gerald McWorter mentioned in section "Down or Up the Hill" pp. 17-19. pdf
  5. Robert L. Crain with the assistance of Morton Inger, Gerald A. McWorter, and James J. Vanecko. 1966. School desegregation in the North: Eight comparative case studies of community structure and policy making. Report No. 110-A. National Opinion Research Center. Research Supported by the Office of Education, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Project No. 5-0641-2-12-1. University of Chicago, Chicago. pdf
  6. Gerald A. McWorter and James J. Vanecko. 1967 (August). Modernizing comparative community research on race relations: A strategy. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, San Francisco. pdf
  7. Gerald A. McWorter and Robert L. Crain. 1967. Subcommunity Gladiatorial Competition: Civil Rights Leadership as a Competitive Process. Social Forces Vol. 46 No. 1: 8-21. pdf
  8. Gerald A. McWorter. 1967 (October 24). Where is the Fisk faculty going? An assessment of group responsibility. Talk presented at International Student Center, Fisk University, Nashville, TN. pdf
  9. Gerald A. McWorter. 1967. Minority Groups' View of Public Education. An Interim Report. National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago. pdf
  10. Gerald A. McWorter. 1967. Negroes in social protest: The case of two Chicago school boycotts (Ph.D. dissertation proposal). University of Chicago. pdf
  11. Gerald A. McWorter. 1967. Where is the Fisk faculty going? On assessment of group responsibility. Talk given to the Fisk Chapter of AAUP, Fisk University, October 24, 1967. pdf
  12. Gerald A. McWorter. c1967. The political sociology of the Negro: A selective review of the literature. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith, New York. pdf
  13. Edmund Barry Gaither and Gerald A. McWorter. 1968 (fall). Projection for a proposed monument to the struggle of Black people in America. A proposal for a plaza and monument at the Atlanta University Center, Atlanta, GA. pdf
  14. Gerald A. McWorter, Peter H. Rossi, D. Gale Johnson and W. B. Harrell. 1968. Collective behavior involving problems and the public schools. Small contract proposal submitted to the U.S. Commissioner of Education under the provisions of Public Law 531. pdf
  15. Gerald A. McWorter. 1968 (August). Proposal for action written to the Ad-Hoc Committee at Spelman College. Concerns working through the Association of Afro-American Educators. Spelman College, Atlanta. pdf
  16. Gerald A. McWorter. 1968 (August). Proposal for action written to the Ad-Hoc Committee. Concerns working through the Association of Afro-American Educators. pdf
  17. Gerald A. McWorter. 1968. Toward the Black university: Some ideological considerations. (published in Negro Digest). February 1968. Fisk University, Nashville, TN. pdf
  18. Gerald McWorter. 1968 (March). A choice of forms: The nature and needs of the Black university. Negro Digest Vol. 42 No. 5: 4-13. pdf
  19. Gerald McWorter. 1968 (September). Position paper on Black identity. Spelman College, Atlanta. pdf
  20. Stephen Henderson and Gerald McWorter. 1968 (fall). Afro-American humanists fellowship program. Proposal. Spelman College, Atlanta University Center, Atlanta. pdf
  21. Abd-Al Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat. 1969 (June 25). "Our collective past, present, and future": Confidential Black Paper to the Staff of the Institute of the Black World. Atlanta pdf
  22. Abd-al-Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat, Vincent Harding, Stephen Henderson, Lawrence Rushing, A. B. Spellman, William Strickland, and Councill Taylor. 1969. First National Summer Workshop in Black Studies. June 1-August 1, 1969. Institute of the Black World, Atlanta. pdf
  23. Abd-l Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat (Gerald McWorter). 1969. The ideology of Black social science. The Black Scholar Vol. 1 No. 2 (December): 28-35. pdf
  24. Gerald A. McWorter. 1969 (January). The art and social thought of 20th century Africans on America. Seminar proposal. Spelman College, Atlanta. pdf
  25. Gerald McWorter. 1969. Deck the ivy racist halls: The case of Black Studies. A revision of a paper delivered at the May 10-11 symposium on Black Studies sponsored by the Yale Black Student Alliance. To be published in an anthology by Yale University Press. March, 1969. pdf
  26. Harun Kofi Wangara (Harold Lawrence) and Abd-Al Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat (Gerald C. McWorter). Two continents of contemporary African revolution. Syllabus, Spelman College, Atlanta University Center, Atlanta. Spring Semester 1968-1969. pdf
  27. Planning Staff, Institute of the Black World. 1969 (May). An approach to Black Studies. Statement of the Planning Staff, Institute of the Black World, Atlanta. pdf

1970s ^

  1. Abdul Alkalimat. 1970. Social science for Black liberation. pdf
  2. Peoples College. 1970. Modern culture and Black people. Syllabus, Afro-American Studies Program, Fisk University, Nashville, TN. pdf
  3. Abdul Alkalimat 1970-1971. Common problems, common solutions: Toward a Pan African ideology. Journal of Black Poetry (special issue): 23-30. pdf
  4. Abdul Alkalimat. 1971. 1970's: What must be done by Black students. Black Lines Vol. 1 No. 4. pdf
  5. Abdul Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat. 1971. Notes on art and liberation. Journal of Affairs of Black Artists. pdf
  6. Adbul Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat. 1971. Common problems, common solutions: Toward a scientific basis for Pan African revolution. Pamphlet. Peoples College Press, Los Angeles. pdf
  7. No author. 1971. Nineteen seventy-two handbook of Black Liberation Month. Pamphlet. Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  8. Peoples College. 1971. 1971 summer reading and research guide. Includes list of bookstores. Nashville, TN. pdf
  9. Peoples College. 1971. Bibliography for political study. Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  10. Abdul Alkalimat. 1972 (September). Black Liberation and Class Struggle: The Student Movement. Talk given at Seminar on Student Movements in Cuba, Vietnam and U.S.A. Habana, Cuba. Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  11. Abdul Alkalimat. 1972? History of the Peoples College: Some Notes. pdf
  12. Black Liberation Month News 1972, version a. Peoples College, Nashville. pdf
  13. Black Liberation Month News 1972, version b. Peoples College, Nashville. pdf
  14. Brother Abdul Alkalimat, Colloquium leader. Fisk University Honors Seminar on Marxism-Leninism. First semester, 1972-1973. Nashville, TN. pdf
  15. Gerald McWorter. 1972. Tragedy at Southern U: Accident - or political assassination? Women's Press, Eugene, OR. pdf
  16. 1973. tentative schedule, program and post-conference bulletin for "Crisis, conflict, change: The Caribbean in the 1970's," held at Fisk University, Nashville, TN, November 8-9. pdf
  17. Abdul Alkalimat. 1973. African Liberation Support Committee: Proposal for United Front Strategy. Prepared for the African Liberation Support Committee Retreat. Frogmore, SC, June 28-July 1, 1973. Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  18. Abdul Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat. 1973. The when of it is now: Art and revolution for the Black man. Fisk University and Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  19. Abdul Hakimu. 1973. Review: Class Struggle in Africa by Kwame Nkrumah. Peoples College. REDO SCAN NOT COMPLETE pdf
  20. Peoples College. 1973. Building a fighting Black student movement in the 1980's. Pamphlet. Published by Study and Struggle with collaboration from Peoples College. Chicago, IL. pdf
  21. Peoples College. 1973. December Offensive. Sponsored by Nashville Coalition Against Police Repression, Nashville, TN. Pamphlet. Printed by African Liberation Support Committee, Nashville, TN. pdf
  22. Peoples College. 1973. Defeat Portuguese imperialism: International week of solidarity. November 19-23, 1973, Fisk University. Flyer. Sponsored by Nashville African Liberation Committee, Nashville, TN. pdf
  23. Peoples College. 1973. Documents prepared for the Save Black Schools Conference, Greensboro, NC, by Peoples College, Nashville, TN. Documents include Political education of Black youth: Aspects of ideological development for Black students; State of Tennessee: A profile; Map of higher education in Tennessee; Public colleges in Tennessee: A statistical profile; History of Tennessee State University; History of student struggle at Tennessee State University; The Tennessee State court case: An analysis; Contemporary report of TSU Struggle; Fisk University history; and Meharry Medical College history. pdf
  24. Peoples College. 1973. November 16th: Save and change Black Schools Day in commemoration of the Southern University Massacre. November 16, 1973. Flyer. Tennessee State University. pdf
  25. Peoples College. 1973. Open letter to the Council of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County from the Coalition Against Police Repression. pdf
  26. Peoples College. 1973-1974. Modern culture and Black people. Syllabus, Afro-American Studies Program, Fisk University, Nashville, TN. pdf
  27. Abdul Alkalimat (chairperson). 1974. A flyer for Imperialism and Black people: A symposium. Symposium put on by African Heritage Studies Association and African Liberation Support Committee. April 6, New York. pdf
  28. Abdul Alkalimat. 1974. Notes on New China. Peoples College Press. pdf
  29. Abdul Alkalimat. 1974. A scientific approach to Black liberation: Which road against racism and imperialism for the Black Liberation Movement? Pamphlet. Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  30. Abdul Alkalimat. 1974. Angola poverty. Open letter from African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC) Research and Development, Nashville, TN, to John Sengstacke, editor and publisher of the Chicago Daily Defender, Chicago, responding to the article. pdf
  31. Abdul Alkalimat. 1974. Handbook of struggle #4. African Liberation Month 1974. African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC), Houston and Nashville, TN. pdf
  32. Abdul Alkalimat. The significance of the February 1st Movement: Black students and the united front against imperialism. Keynote talk at the First Organizational Conference of the February First Movement. December 27, 1974. Princeton, NJ. pdf
  33. Abdul Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat and Nelson Johnson. 1974. Toward the ideological unity of the African Liberation Support Committee: A Response to criticisms of the African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC) Statement of Principles adopted at Frogmore, South Carolina (June-July 1973). To the International Steering Committee, African Liberation Support Committee on February 1-3, 1974, Greensboro, NC. pdf
  34. Black Liberation Month News 1974. Peoples College, Nashville. pdf
  35. Peoples College. 1974. "A study program: Imperialism and black liberation." The Black Scholar Vol. 6 No. 1 (September): 38-42. pdf
  36. Peoples College. 1974. Viva Cuba: Down with U.S. imperialism. Progressive Student Delegation, Washington, DC. pdf
  37. Abdul Alkalimat. 1975 (January 10). Intellectuals and the Black liberation movement. Speech to the National Planning Conference for 1975 Year to Pull the Covers off Imperialism. Nashville, TN. pdf
  38. Abdul Alkalimat. 1975. Students and the Fight for Socialism. Speech given at February First Movement Conference, Boston College, Boston, January 31, 1975. pdf
  39. Drake, St. Clair. "Review of Introduction to Afro-American Studies: A Course Outline–Guide for Study Groups." The Black Scholar Vol. 6 No. 10 (1975): 55-56. pdf
  40. Gerald A. McWorter. 1975. Consortium for the Development of Black Studies Curriculum. Proposal submitted to Higher Education Cooperative Program, Illinois Board of Higher Education, Springfield, by Black Studies Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. pdf
  41. No author. 1975. Introduction to Afro American Studies. Also referred to as Intro Green. Peoples College Press, Chicago, IL. pdf
  42. No author. 1975. A declaration against imperialism! Adopted at the National Planning Conference to Pull the Covers Off Imperialism Project, January 11, 1975. Fisk University, Nashville, TN. pdf
  43. No author. 1975. Black intellectuals and the struggle against imperialism. Flyer for Panel Session D2, report to the African Heritage Studies Association from the Pull the Covers Off Imperialism Project. April 5. Shoreham Americana, Washington, DC. pdf
  44. Peoples College. 1975. Report from National Planning Conference: Year to Pull the Covers Off Imperialism Project. The Black Scholar January-February: 54-56. pdf
  45. Abdul Alkalimat. 1976. The political education of Black youth: Six essays. A compilation. pdf
  46. Gerald A. McWorter and Marcyliena Morgan. 1976. Who are the speakers of Black English: A methodological note. Presentation to the 10th Annual Convention of TESOL (Teachers of English Speakers of Other Languages). March 4, 1976. New York, NY. pdf
  47. Gerald A. McWorter. 1976 (February). The uses of philosophy and the Black experience. Draft. Black Studies Program, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. pdf
  48. Gerald A. McWorter. 1976 (spring quarter). Black Nationalism in the U.S.A. (Black Studies 210). Syllabus, Black Studies Program, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. pdf
  49. Gerald A. McWorter. 1976. Integration versus self determination: A comment. Talk given to the Simeon Leland Forum, Northwestern University, February 5, 1976. pdf
  50. Gerald McWorter. 1976. The deepening crisis of Blacks in sociology: an ideological struggle to reform capitalism or join the fight for socialism. Paper presented to the Sixth Annual Program of the Association of Black sociologists, August 30-September 2, 1976, New York, NY. pdf
  51. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1973-1974, 1977. Selected documentary history of Peoples College in the African Liberation Support Committee. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  52. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1977. Introduction to Afro American Studies. Volume 1. Experimental Fourth Edition. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  53. Abdul Alkalimat. 1976-1977. Peoples College 1976-1977: A Documentary History. Santa Barbara, CA. pdf
  54. Abdul Alkalimat. 1977. Angola, the international situation and the international tasks of the American People. Talk given as part of a panel presentation at the "Southern California Conference on War, Revolution and the International Situation," University of California, Los Angeles, February 13, 1977. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  55. Abdul Alkalimat. 1977. Black Liberation and the United Front Against Imperialism: Some Lessons for our Continuing Support of the Freedom Struggle in Southern Africa. Peoples College, Chicago. Paper presented to the Annual Conference of the African Heritage Studies Association held at Wayne State University, Detroit, April 22, 1977. pdf
  56. Center for Black Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara. 1977. Selected working bibliography in Black Studies. Prepared for conference, "Academic excellence and social responsibility in Black Studies: The standardization of curriculum conference," held at University of California, Santa Barbara, February 24-26. pdf
  57. Chicago Chapter, African Liberation Support Committee. 1977 (January). Political summation of the work of the organizing committee for a New African Liberation Support Committee-Chicago Chapter. pdf
  58. Gerald McWorter. 1977 (March). Selected works of Black sociologists. A Bibliography. Center for Black Studies, University of California at Santa Barbara. pdf
  59. Gerald McWorter/Abdul Alkalimat. (May 20, c1977). "Reflections on Kwame Nkrumah." Interview of Neville Dawes, Executive Director, Institute of Jamaica. pdf
  60. Peoples College for African Liberation Day Coalition. 1977 (May 22). African Liberation Day 1977: Some strategic and tactical considerations for building the united front against imperialism. Speech given at All Souls Church, Washington, DC. pdf
  61. Peoples College. 1977. Teachers guide: Intro to Afro American Studies. Experimental fourth edition. Also referred to as Intro Blue. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  62. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1978. Introduction to Afro American Studies. Volume 2. Experimental Fourth Edition. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  63. Black Liberation Month News 1978. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  64. Chicago Committee for a Free Africa. 1978. Sell the South African stock: The divestiture struggle at Northwestern University. U.S. out of Southern Africa! Victory to the peoples of Southern Africa! Chicago Committee for a Free Africa. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  65. Gerald A. McWorter. 1978 (fall). Black liberation movements 1954-now (Black Studies 190). Syllabus, Black Studies Program, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. pdf
  66. Abdul Alkalimat. 1979. How to correctly handle the contradictions in Peoples College in order to make greater strides toward proletarian revolution and Black liberation. Internal Document, Peoples College. pdf
  67. Black Liberation Month News 1979. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf

1980s ^

  1. Abdul Alkalimat. 1980. Political Report for Peoples College's 1980 Assembly. Draft. pdf
  2. Abdul Alkalimat. 1980. Revolutionary Black Power in the 1980s. pdf
  3. Abdul Alkalimat. Chairman, People's College. 1980. Build the Black student movement: Essays on Developing the Anti-Imperialist Student movement Among Black Studies. People's College Press, Chicago. pdf
  4. Black Liberation Month News 1980. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  5. Diana T. Slaughter and Gerald A. McWorter. 1980-1981. Social origins and early features of the scientific study of Black American children and families. Afro Scholar Working Papers 6. AfroAmerican Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana. pdf
  6. Gerald A. McWorter, Project Director. Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 1980. Proposal to the Illinois Humanities Council for funding for a project titled "Black film: A critical perspective." pdf
  7. Gerald A. McWorter. 1980. Racism and the numbers game. Black people and the 1980 census. Afro Scholar Working Papers 1. AfroAmerican Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana. pdf
  8. Gerald McWorter. 1980. Racism and the numbers game: Black people and the 1980 census. The Black Scholar Vol. 11 No. 4 (March-April): 61-71. pdf
  9. News Bureau, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 1980 (March 11). Press release: "Two top-ranking blacks in the campaign organizations of the leading Democratic presidential candidates to debate Thursday (March 13) at University of Illinois" (first sentence of text). pdf
  10. No author. 1980 (August 29). University of Illinois Afro Studies adds three. Daily Illini. Champaign, IL. pdf
  11. Peoples College. 1980 (fall). Marxism and Black Liberation: A New Theoretical Journal. First issue. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  12. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1980/1981. Black Power in Higher Education: Documents of the Illinois Council for Black Studies. pdf
  13. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. Curriculum development in black studies. A compilation of five documents. Conference reference documents, September 1981. University of Illinois Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. pdf
  14. Abdul Alkalimat. 1981. Building Unity for the Revolution: Theme for Black Liberation Month 1981. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  15. Black Liberation Month News 1981. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  16. Black Liberation Month Proposal. 1981. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  17. Dr. Gerald A. McWorter. 1981. Special emphasis on the Black Experience (Sociology 100E) / Sociology of the Black Experience (Afro-American Studies 199). Syllabus. pdf
  18. Evelyn E. Brown, Glenn H. Jordan, and Gerald A. McWorter. 1981. Guide to Black Studies in the University of Illinois-Urbana library. Afro Scholar Working Papers 14. Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana. pdf
  19. Gerald A. McWorter. 1981 (spring). Marxism and the Black experience (AFRO 298 C). Course outline, Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  20. Gerald A. McWorter. 1981. Professionalization of achievement in Black Studies (A reporting on ranking Black Studies in universities in colleges). The Chicago Center for Afro-American Studies and Research Program, Chicago. pdf
  21. Gerald A. McWorter. Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 1981. Proposal to the National Endowment for the Humanities for funding for a three-day conference on methodology in Afro-American Studies to be held at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. pdf
  22. Gerald McWorter, Project Director, and Board of Trustees, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 1981. Innovation in Mono-Ethnic Curriculum: Post-Secondary Teaching about the Afro-American Experience. Proposal to the U.S. Department of Education for federal assistance to support a three-year project to develop and institutionalize six model courses in Afro-American Studies and to train teachers to teach these courses. pdf
  23. National Council for Black Studies Inc. 1981. Black Studies Core Curriculum. Includes Report of the Curriculum Standards Committee to the National Council for Black Studies. With a preface by Dr. Joseph J. Russell and a forward by Dr. Perry Hall. The National Council for Black Studies, Inc., Bloomington, IN. pdf
  24. No author. 1981. Guide to scholarly journals in Black Studies. Introduction by Gerald A. McWorter. Peoples College Press, Chicago, IL, for the Chicago Center for Afro American Studies and Research, Inc., Chicago. pdf
  25. No author. Documentary history of study and struggle, 1979-1981. Peoples College Press, Chicago. Distributed by Study and Struggle, Chicago, IL. pdf
  26. No author. No date. I.C.B.S acts on crisis! Chairperson: Gerald McWorter. Illinois Council for Black Studies. The Illinois Black Scholar. pdf
  27. Peoples College. 1981. A proposal for Black People … February is Black Liberation Month! Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  28. The Black community and public policy. Talks by Abdul Alkalimat, Peoples College, and Dr. Manning Marable, National Black Independent Political Party, April 15, 1981. The African American Room, Manoogian Hall, Detroit. Sponsored by the Center for Black Studies of Wayne State University. pdf
  29. Abdul Alkalimat and others. 1982 (July). NEH periodization discussion. Transcription of audiorecording. pdf
  30. Abdul Alkalimat. 1982 (November). A book review of Introduction to Black Studies by M. Ron Karenga. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  31. Abdul Alkalimat. 1982. Conference program, "Academic excellence and social responsibility: Science and politics in Black studies," National Council for Black Studies Sixth Annual National Conference, Chicago, March 17-20, 1982. Conference hosted by Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  32. Abdul Alkalimat. 1982. The curriculum: A response to the Institute of Black World. pdf
  33. Black Liberation Month News 1982. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  34. Gerald A. McWorter. 1982. Academic excellence and social responsibility. Remarks presented to the Robert A. Waller Scholars Banquet, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Illinois, May 7, 1982. pdf
  35. Gerald A. McWorter. 1982. Academic excellence and social responsibility: notes on a theory of Black Studies. Minority Voices Vol. 5 No. 1: 45, 49, 51. Office of Minority Affairs, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY. pdf
  36. Gerald A. McWorter. 1982. Final Report: Third Annual CIC Summer Institute for Social Science Faculty From Historically Black Colleges. Research on Social Change and the Black Experience. Held June 14-26, 1982 at University of Illinois, Urbana. Directed by Gerald A. McWorter. Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  37. Gerald A. McWorter. 1982. If you're Black, get back….! Talk presented to the Friday Forum of the University of Illinois YMCA and TWCA Spring Series on "Slicing the American pie: Who gets what in the 80's?" April 9, 1982. pdf
  38. Illinois Council for Black Studies. 1982 (May/June). Black Studies in Illinois. The crisis of consolidation facing Black Studies in the 1980's: the case of Ethnic Studies at Illinois State University. pdf
  39. National Conference for Black Studies. 1982. National conference handbook. pdf
  40. Peoples College, ed. 1982. An evolving program for Black Studies curriculum development, 1972-1982. A ten-year documentary history of Introduction to Afro-American Studies and Other Related Activity of Peoples College. Compiled by Peoples College, Chicago, IL. pdf
  41. Peoples College. 1982 (October 20). Red Flag. Vol. No. 2. Peoples College, Chicago, IL. pdf
  42. Peoples College. 1982 (September 15). Red Flag Vol. 1 No. 1. Peoples College. pdf
  43. Peoples College. 1982 (spring). Timbuktu: The Black Peoples Bookstore. Special Issue Catalog. pdf
  44. Peoples College. 1982. Fighting on three fronts. Appendix. A collection of articles from 1981-1982. pdf
  45. Abdul Alkalimat and Doug Gills. Black political protest and the mayoral victory of Harold Washington: Chicago politics, 1983. For publication in Radical America. University of Illinois Afro-American Studies and Research Program. pdf
  46. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1983. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 2 No. 1. pdf
  47. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1983. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 2 No. 2. pdf
  48. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1983. Black Power in Chicago Volume 3. A documentary survey of the 1983 mayoral democratic primary. Documents from the Left. Peoples College Press. pdf
  49. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1983. Black power in Chicago, Volume 1: A documentary survey of the 1983 mayoral Democratic primary. Peoples College Press. pdf
  50. Abdul Alkalimat. 1983. Race, nation and class: notes on Marxism and the Black experience. Presented to the 68th Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History. pdf
  51. Afro-American Studies and Research Program. 1983 (October). Material on Afro-American Studies at the University of Illinois-Urbana for Committee on Program Evaluation. Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  52. Black Liberation Month News 1983. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  53. Editorial collective of the Peoples College Press, editors. 1983. Black power in Chicago, Volume 2: A selective bibliography. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  54. Illinois Council for Black Studies. 1983. Consolidating academic excellence and social responsibility in Illinois Black Studies: A report to the Illinois Board of Higher Education. pdf
  55. No author. 1983. Draft: Black power in American cities: The proceedings of a dynamic conference addressing the Issue of mayoral politics and Afro-Americans. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  56. No author. 1983. The civil rights struggle in Chicago: Looking back to move forward. A symposium presented by the Voices of the Civil Rights Movement. Flyer. Columbia College, Chicago. Panelists include Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  57. A Peoples College study guide: Black People and presidential politics. A supplement to Black Liberation Month News 1984. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  58. Abdul Alkalimat and associates. 1986. A pdf of the bibliography found on pages 353-373 of Introduction to Afro-American Studies - A Peoples College primer. 6th edition. Also referred to as Intro Red. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  59. Abdul Alkalimat and Doug Gills. 1983-1984. Black political protest and the mayoral victory of Harold Washington: Chicago politics, 1983. Radical America Vol. 17 No. 6 & Vol. 18 No. 7 (double issue): 111-127. pdf
  60. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1984. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 2 No. 3. pdf
  61. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1984. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 2 No. 4. (although page 2 says Winter 1984 Vol. 2 No. 3.) pdf
  62. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1984. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 3 No. 1. pdf
  63. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1984? A collection of Daily Illini articles on the Afro-American Studies and Research Program at the University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana. pdf
  64. Abdul Alkalimat. 1984 (spring). Chicago Leadership Seminar (AFRO298B). Syllabus, Afro American Studies and Research Program, Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  65. Abdul Alkalimat. 1984. Black Studies and community development. Conference report to the Illinois Council for Black Studies. Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  66. Black Liberation Month News 1984. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  67. Gerald A. McWorter and Ronald Bailey. "Black studies curriculum development in the 1980s: Its patterns and history." The Black Scholar Vol. 15 No. 2 (1984): 18-31. pdf
  68. Gerald A. McWorter and Ronald Bailey. 1984. An addendum to Black Studies curriculum development in the 1980s: Its patterns and history. The Black Scholar Vol. 15 No. 6: 56-58. pdf
  69. Gerald A. McWorter and Ronald W. Bailey. Black studies curriculum development in the 1980's: patterns of consensus, conflict, and change. Afro Scholar Working Papers 17, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  70. Gerald A. McWorter. 1984. Afro-American Studies: Elements of a tradition in search of theory. pdf
  71. Gerald McWorter (Abdul Alkalimat). 1984. Letter of resignation as Vice-Chairperson, to the Executive Board, National Council for Black Studies pdf
  72. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1984. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 3 No. 2. pdf
  73. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1985. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 3 Nos. 3-4. pdf
  74. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1985. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 4 No. 1. pdf
  75. Abdul Alkalimat. 1985 (March). Report on conference, "The Fourth Annual International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World Books," London. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  76. Abdul Alkalimat. 1985 (September 1). Bulletin from Abdul on the status of PC as of Sept 1. pdf
  77. Abdul Alkalimat. 1985? Archives of the Afro-American Studies and Research Program University of Illinois Urbana. A Finding aid. pdf
  78. Black Liberation Month News 1985. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  79. Gerald McWorter. 1985. Comments on the standardization of Afro-American Studies curriculum. Partial transcription of comments made to the National Endowment for the Humanities University of Illinois Workshop, January 1985. University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  80. Abdul Alkalimat and associates. 1986. Introduction to Afro-American Studies - A Peoples College primer. 6th edition. Intro Red. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. Available online at http://eblackstudies.org/intro/ pdf
  81. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1986. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 4 No. 2. pdf
  82. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1986. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 4 Nos. 3-4. pdf
  83. Abdul Alkalimat. "Mayor Washington's bid for re-election: Will the Democratic Party survive?" The Black Scholar Vol. 17 No. 6 (1986): 2-13. pdf
  84. Abdul Alkalimat. 1986. Martin Luther King, Jr. Study Guide/Course Outline. Cooperative Research Network, Chicago. pdf
  85. Abdul Alkalimat. 1986. A review of Manning Marable, Black American Politics from the Washington Marches to Jesse Jackson (Verso, 1985). Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  86. Abdul Alkalimat. 1986. Mayor Washington's bid for re-election: Will the Democratic Party survive? The Black Scholar November/December: 1-13. pdf
  87. Black Liberation Month News 1986. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  88. Gerald A. McWorter. "On Ranking Professional Achievement in Black Studies: A Reply to Brossard." The Journal of Negro Education Vol. 55 No. 2 (1986): 229-35. pdf
  89. Abdul Alkalimat and associates. 1987. Racism in New York, 1987: Documentary report on lynching in Howard Beach, Queens. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  90. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1987. Afro Scholar Newsletter fall. (No volume or issue number.) pdf
  91. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1987. Afro Scholar Newsletter spring. (No volume or issue number.) pdf
  92. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1987. Afro Scholar Newsletter summer. (No volume or issue number.) pdf
  93. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1987. Afro Scholar Newsletter winter. (No volume or issue number.) pdf
  94. Abdul Alkalimat. 1987 (February 26). "The Ballot or the Bullet: Thirty years of the Black liberation struggle revisited." Social Sciences and History presents its program for Black History Month 1987. Sponsored by the Social Sciences and History Division, the Chicago Public Library, Chicago. pdf
  95. Abdul Alkalimat. 1987. Black radicals debate on ALD. Awa-Finnaba No. 10 (September): 37-40. pdf
  96. Abdul Alkalimat. 1987. Reformism and Black political power: The crisis of middle class leadership for the Black liberation movement. Talk presented to the Association of Black Sociologists 1987 Annual Meeting, Chicago, August 15, 1987. pdf
  97. Abdul Alkalimat. 1987. Review Essay: Summing up Black Studies after two decades. Sage Race Relations Abstracts Vol. 13 No. 2: 28-31. pdf
  98. Abdul Alkalimat. 1987. The struggle for a decent democratic education in the United States. Talk given at Camden Council: The Sixth International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World Books. pdf
  99. No author. 1987. Twenty-First Century Books Grand Opening. Chicago, IL. Flyer. pdf
  100. No author. 1987. Which way forward? A national forum on African Liberation Support Work and the Black liberation movement and a march and rally to link arms across Harlem for African liberation, Harlem, NY, May 23, 1987. Organized by the Committee to Commemorate the 15th Anniversary of African Liberation Day 1972. Sponsors include Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  101. Abdul Alkalimat (ed.) and Mona Rankin (designer). 1988. The Arts of Black Chicago: A directory Issue 1 (summer 1988). Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  102. Abdul Alkalimat and Rowena Moore. 1988 (July 25). An interview with Rowena Moore by Abdul Alkalimat. Omaha, NE. pdf
  103. Abdul Alkalimat. "Chicago: Black power politics and the crisis of the black middle class." The Black Scholar Vol. 19 No. 2 (1988): 45-54. pdf
  104. Abdul Alkalimat. 1988 (November). Black Marxism in the White Academy: The Contours and Contradictions of an Emerging School of Black Thought. Sage Race Relations Abstracts Vol 14 No. 4: 3-19. pdf
  105. Abdul Alkalimat. 1988. Chicago: Black Power politics and the crisis of the Black middle class. The Black Scholar March/April: 45-54. pdf
  106. Abdul Alkalimat. 1988. Solidarity: Documenting the tour of David Abdulah of the Oilfields Workers Trade Union and Committee for Labor Solidarity to the U.S.A. November 13-December 1, 1988. pdf
  107. John La Rose and Abdul Alkalimat. 1988. Opening speeches, Seventh International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World Books, Camden Centre, London. Reproduced in A meeting of the continents: The International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World Books, revisited: History, Memories, Organization and Programmes 1982-1995. Sarah White, Roxy Harris and Sharmilla Beezmohun, editors. 2002. New Beacon Books and George Padmore Institute, London. pp. 340-341. pdf
  108. No author. 1988. Crisis in Africa and what has the U.S. presidential election got to do with it? Poster: list of upcoming events presented by FACTS, a collective of progressive Black people. The Crisis of Black Power and the Legacy of Harold Washington Chicago, January 1989. Speakers include Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  109. Abdul Alkalimat and Doug Gills. 1989. Harold Washington and the crisis of Black power in Chicago: Mass protest. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications. pdf
  110. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1989. Art and Black Culture Chicago Directory Issue 2. TCB, Chicago. pdf
  111. Abdul Alkalimat. 1989. "Reflections on African-American culture/Reflexionen über africanisch-americanische cultur" in Fountainhead presents Black International Cinema Berlin 1 - 5 Februar 1989. edited by Donald Muldrow Griffith. Fountainhead Tanz Théâtre, Berlin. pp. 112-114, 122-124. pdf
  112. Abdul Alkalimat. 1989. How to Read Black Intellectual History. A chart. pdf

1990s ^

  1. Abdul Alkalimat, chair. 1990. Conference: Malcolm X: Radical Tradition and a Legacy of Struggle. Convened by the Cooperative Research Network in Black Studies. Hosted by Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York. Conference program. Conference also archived at http://brothermalcolm.net/2003/aamx/index.html. pdf
  2. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1990. Paradigms in Black Studies: Intellectual history, cultural meaning and political ideology. Includes essays from Robert L. Harris, Jr., Houston A. Baker, Jr., Amiri Baraka, Cornel West, Manning Marable, and Abdul Alkalimat. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  3. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1990. Perspectives on Black liberation and social revolution: Radical tradition and a legacy of struggle conference proceedings. Vol. 1. Based on Speeches delivered at the Malcom X: Radical Tradition and Legacy of Struggle Conference, November 1-4, 1990. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  4. Abdul Alkalimat. "The fighting spirit of our fallen warrior-Malcolm X." A review of Malcolm X: The Last Speeches, edited by Bruce Perry. The Black Scholar Vol. 21 No. 2 (1990): 61-63. pdf
  5. Abdul Alkalimat. 1990 (June 24). Why Remember Malcolm X. Forward Motion: A Socialist Magazine. 1990: Commemorate Malcolm X: 3. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. 1990. Malcolm X Study Guide. Malcolm X Conference Office, Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, and 21st Century Books, Chicago. pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat. 1990. Theoretical foundations for Black Studies curriculum development: a short bibliography. pdf
  8. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1988-1989. Afro Scholar Newsletter. (No volume or issue number.) pdf
  9. Abdul Alkalimat. 1991. For comrade John, for world revolution. Foundations of a movement: 9-11. pdf
  10. Abdul Alkalimat. 1991. The Black response to the Gulf War. forward motion (September): 12-15. pdf
  11. Gerald McWorter, Doug Gills, and Ron Bailey. 1991. Black Power politics as social movement: Dialectics of leadership in the campaign to elect Harold Washington mayor of Chicago. In Exploitation and exclusion: Race and class in contemporary US society, eds. Abebe Zegeye, Leonard Harris, and Julia Maxted, pp. 191-223. "African discourse" series No. 3. H. Zell, London. pdf
  12. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1992. Afro Scholar Newsletter winter. (No volume or issue number. Heading on pages says 1990-1991.) pdf
  13. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992 (June 20). The future after the LA Rebellion. Talk given to the 4th Chicago Community Dialogue. pdf
  14. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992 (March 29). Talk: Statement to the Committee of Correspondence. pdf
  15. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Black power in U.S. Education: Ideology, academic activism and the politics of Black liberation. Africa World Review. May-October. pdf
  16. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Conference program, 500 Years of resistance: The Columbus legacy and the African; Searching for truth and fighting for the future conference. Howard University, November 13-15, 1992. pdf
  17. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Did Spike Lee do the right thing? I think not, and here's why! People's Tribune. pdf
  18. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. How can Malcolm X help us solve the crisis in Black education? Draft of keynote address to be given at conference, "Malcolm X and Afrocentricity: Education for liberation," Harold Washington Library Center, Chicago. pdf
  19. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Introductory speech, "The crisis of Black Power: Perspectives on nationalism sexism and class," The Crisis of Black Power Conference, January 25, 1992, Chicago. Sponsored by the Chicago Public Library. pdf
  20. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Malcolm X and Black perspectives on the crisis of socialism. (Presented at Malcolm X: 1991, "Radical Tradition and a Legacy of Struggle", and international conference, Manhattan Community College, December 14, 1991.) The Working Peoples' News Vol. 5 No. 2. pdf
  21. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Opening statement, Chicago Community Dialogue #4. 21st Century Books, Chicago. pdf
  22. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Reflections on Malcolm X in 1992: A quartet in b-sharp. pdf
  23. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Studies on Malcolm X: A review essay and research design. Bibliographic essay. SAGE Race Relations Abstracts Vol. 17 No. 4: 4-22. pdf
  24. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Studies on Malcolm X: A review essay and research design. Bibliographic essay. Sage Race Relations Abstracts Vol. 17 No. 4: 4-22. pdf
  25. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. The joy of birth and the pain of delivery: Malcolm X and the rebirth of Black radicalism in the 1990's. Talk. pdf
  26. Emma D. Jackson. 1992. Adding some color to the canon. The Collegian, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH. Article reporting on the discussion, "Race and the canon: What should be taught and who should teach it?" Panelists at the event included Abdul Alkalimat, director of University of Toledo's Africana Studies Program. pdf
  27. No author. 1992. Community Dialogue #4. Rebellion in Los Angeles 1992: In search of Black liberation. A day long conference taking place at the Carter G. Woodson Regional Library, Chicago, June 20, 1992. Sponsored by the Chicago Public Library. Opening Statement by Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  28. Abdul Alkalimat (with Mei-Ling McWorter). 1993. Malcolm debates in 1992-93: Spike Lee's movie and the problematic of mainstreaming Malcolm X. pdf
  29. Abdul Alkalimat and Ronald Bailey. 1993. Guide to scholarly publishing in Black Studies. 2nd ed. Unpublished manuscript. pdf
  30. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993 (April 12-19). Les Black muslims et l afrique. Mauritanie Nouvelles Vol. 51: 22-23. pdf
  31. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993. 7th Pan African Congress. Handbook of struggle for North American Delegation. pdf
  32. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993. Conference program, Detroit Remembers Malcolm X on the 25th anniversary of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers Conference, Wayne State University, Detroit, July 23-25, 1993. Organized by the National Organizing Committee, Chicago, with five sponsoring organizations. pdf
  33. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993. Malcolm X in 1993: The European debates. pdf
  34. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993. Outline of a talk on PanAfricanism. pdf
  35. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993. The fight for freedom as a public policy debate: The case of affirmative action in the USA. Talk presented at the Workshop in Affirmative Action in the Public and Private Sectors and Implications for Vocational Education and Training, Education Policy Unit, University of Natal. Durban, South Africa. November 11-13, 1993. pdf
  36. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993-1994 (winter; special edition). The return of Malcolm x. Black History (Is No Mystery): 11-15. pdf
  37. Abdul Alkalimat. c1993.To build the NOC we need "spirit power." pdf
  38. Abdul Alkalimat. The community dialogues of Chicago: five speeches. Draft. Talks given in 1991 and 1992. Department of African American Studies, Northeastern University, Boston, MA. Twenty-First Century Books, Chicago, IL. pdf
  39. Abdul Alkalimat. 1994. Convention sets program for Mexican revolution. People's Tribune. August 29. pdf
  40. Abdul Alkalimat. Panafricanism in an Epoch of Social Revolution. Prologue to General Declaration of the 7th Pan African Congress (Uganda). Draft Revised March 17, 1994. pdf
  41. Abdul Alkalimat. Report on recent trip to Cape Town, South Africa, and London and Manchester, England. Includes Cape Town speech by Abdul Alkalimat and Cape Town Declaration. pdf
  42. William Watkins, Abdul Alkalimat, and Marian Kramer. 1994. The Seventh Pan African Congress: Notes from North American delegates. In Imagining Home: Class, Culture and Nationalism in the African Diaspora, eds. Sidney Lemelle and Robin D. G. Kelley. Verso Books. pages 351-360. pdf
  43. Abdul Alkalimat, Douglas Gills, and Kate Williams, editors. 1995. Job?Tech: The technological revolution and its impact on society. Proceedings of the March 1995 Midwest Conference on Technology, Employment and Community, Chicago. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  44. Abdul Alkalimat. 1995 (February 4). Black people in the third wave - computers, Black liberation, & social revolution. Talk given at Harold Washington Public Library, Chicago. pdf
  45. Abdul Alkalimat. 1995. Malcolm X and Black perspectives on the crisis of socialism. Crossroad Vol. 5, No. 4: 1-3. pdf
  46. Abdul Alkalimat. 1995. Our vision remains: Free speech! A free press! Free Mumia Abu Jamal! Presentation at conference, "Media and disinformation: Democracy in crisis." Sponsored by Chicago Media Watch and Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. DePaul University, Chicago, September 17. pdf
  47. Abdul Alkalimat. 1996. Speech at the welcome reception at University of Toledo on the appointment of Dr. Abdul Alkalimat as director of Africana Studies. Toledo, OH. pdf
  48. Abdul Alkalimat. 1996. Technological revolution and prospects for Black liberation in the 21st century. cyREV: A Journal of Cybernetic Revolution, Sustainable Socialism, and Radical Democracy 4 (summer/fall). pdf
  49. Abdul Alkalimat. 1996. The fight for freedom as a public policy debate: The case of Affirmative Action in the United States. In Affirmative Action and Transformation, eds. Blade Nzimande and Mpumelelo Sikhosana, pp. 205-220. pdf
  50. Alkalimat, Abdul. 1995. Technological Revolution and the Black Studies Curriculum: A Course Proposal, Trotter Review9, No. 2. pdf
  51. Christine Alexander. 1996 (September 30).. Computer-based Africana studies curriculum established; Alkalimat is appointed director. University of Toledo News Vol. 12 No. 2. pdf
  52. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1997. New Beginnings: Documentary Account of Year One: 1996-1997. Africana Studies, University of Toledo, July 1997. pdf
  53. Abdul Alkalimat. 1997. Affirmative action or segregation: Who benefits? Paper. pdf
  54. Abdul Alkalimat. 1997. Opening remarks and conference program for Black people's hair: A symposium on the political culture of everyday life. University of Toledo, Toledo, OH. March 6-7, 1997. pdf
  55. Abdul Alkalimat. 1997. Presentation to "New technology, unions & changes in work," Eighth Annual Midwest Radical Scholars Conference. Roosevelt Union, Chicago. pdf
  56. Abdul Alkalimat. 1997. The new technological imperative in Africa: Class struggle on the edge of third-wave revolution. In Cutting Edge: Technology, Information, Capitalism and Social Revolution, eds. Jim Davis, Thomas A. Hirschl, and Michael Stack, pp. 271-286. Verso, London. pdf
  57. No author. 1997. Black Studies: (Re)defining a discipline. An announcement for a national symposium at The Ohio State University on issues facing Black Studies. pdf
  58. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992 (November 28). "Did Spike Lee do the right thing? I think not, and here's why!" A talk with program attached. Community Dialogue #5, The Chicago Public Library Carter G. Woodson Regional Library, Chicago. pdf
  59. Abdul Alkalimat. 1998. Proposal to Ohio Board of Regents for a new degree program, Africana Studies, at University of Toledo. pdf
  60. Abdul Alkalimat. 1998. Racism as barbarism or the humanities without the rest of us. Talk presented at Humanities Showcase Series 1997-1998, Canaday Center, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH. pdf
  61. Abdul Alkalimat. 1998. The objective situation. Position paper for the Black Radical Congress, Chicago, June 19-21. pdf
  62. Black Radical Congress: Summary of workshop sessions June 19-21, 1998 University of Illinois at Chicago Circle Center. The Black Scholar Vol. 28 No. 3/4 (1998): 43-48. pdf
  63. Abdul Alkalimat. 1999. Building the BRC with Cyber-democracy. Black Radical Congress, Chicago, IL. pdf
  64. Abdul Alkalimat. 1999. Sociology of the 21st century. Syllabus, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH. pdf
  65. Community Math Academy. 1999. Bridge to success: Community Math Academy 1999. Martin Luther King Jr. School/University of Toledo Murchison Center. pdf

2000s ^

  1. Abdul Alkalimat, Debbie Hamilton, and Kate Williams. 1999?. TedWeb Toledo Education Web: Inner city internet-based life long learning. University of Toledo Africana Studies Program and Community and Technical College Information Technologies Group, Toledo, OH. pdf
  2. Abdul Alkalimat. 2000 (March 15). Discussion draft: Transforming Black studies via information technology. pdf
  3. Abdul Alkalimat. 2000. eBlack studies A twenty-first century-challenge. Souls summer: 69-76. pdf
  4. Abdul Alkalimat. 2000. eBlack studies and the public sphere: Strategic values, program, and policy initiative. Presentation to DIAC Directions and Implications of Advanced Computing conference. May 20-23, 2000. Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility. Seattle, WA. pdf
  5. Abdul Alkalimat. 2000. eBlack: reflections on research practices. Talk presented to the Chesapeake Regional Scholars Summer Seminar in African American Studies 2000, "Building African-American digital history archives: A workshop for principal Investigators and project teams" held June 16-23, 2000 at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. 2001. BRAIN, Black Research Archive on the Internet: Toward a research program for eBlack Studies. Talk given at the Association of College and Research Libraries, Denver. With an appendix consisting of a paper titled "eBlack: A 21st Century Challenge." pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat. 2001. eblack Facing up to the digital divide in higher education. Liberal Education Vol. 87 No. 2 (spring): 18-23. pdf
  8. Abdul Alkalimat. 2001. The 'Cyber resurrection' of Malcolm X. University of Toledo News. pdf
  9. Abdul Alkalimat and the Toledo Spiders. 2002. Theoretical notes for the eToledo project. An anthology of five documents. June 2002. University of Toledo Africana Studies program, Toledo, OH. pdf
  10. Abdul Alkalimat. 2002. "The London Book Fairs, 1982-1995: Celebrations and debates of Black and Third World radicalism." In A meeting of the continents: The International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World Books, revisited: History, Memories, Organization and Programmes 1982-1995. Sarah White, Roxy Harris and Sharmilla Beezmohun, editors. New Beacon Books and George Padmore Institute, London. pp. 39-46. pdf
  11. Robert Chrisman, chair. 2002. Conference program for "A Malcolm X festival," University of Nebraska Omaha Department of Black Studies. February 7-9. pdf
  12. Abdul Alkalimat. 2003. Interview. In When public housing was paradise: Building community in Chicago, ed. J. S. Fuerst, pp. 133-137. Praeger, Westport, CT. pdf
  13. Kimyette Finley. 2003 (September 22). Part of Toledo's information revolution documented. University of Toledo News Vol. 4 No. 5: 4. pdf
  14. The Toledo Spiders. 2003. Black Radical Congress Zimbabwe debate. A collection of emails. pdf
  15. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 2004. Cyberorganizing. A compilation of ten articles by Abdul Alkalimat and Kate Williams. For the Murchison Community Center. 2004. Africana Studies Program, University of Toledo. pdf
  16. Abdul Alkalimat. 2004. The African American Experience in cyberspace: A resource guide to the best websites on Black culture and history. Pluto Press, London; Sterling, VA. pdf
  17. Abdul Alkalimat. 2004. Rethinking reparations: Rebuilding for reform and revolution. The Black Scholar Vol. 34 No. 3: 34-41. pdf
  18. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 2005. Malcolm X (1925-1965): An 80th Birthday Commemoration. Compiled by Malcolm X: A Research Site and the Africana Studies Program, University of Toledo. pdf
  19. Abdul Alkalimat and Donald Morton. 2006 (September). Walking on three legs: Rethinking the history of Black Studies in the 21st century. Paper presented to the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, Atlanta. pdf
  20. Abdul Alkalimat. 2006 (March 28). Africana Studies in New York state. www.eblackstudies.org. pdf
  21. Abdul Alkalimat. 2006 (summer). Social informatics of the Black experience: The emergence of a research literature. pdf
  22. Abdul Alkalimat. 2006. Katrina 101-A Black studies curriculum challenge. The Black Scholar Vol. 36, No. 4 (Winter), pp. 52-57. pdf
  23. Abdul Alkalimat. 2007 (March). Africana Studies in California. www.eblackstudies.org. pdf
  24. Abdul Alkalimat. 2007 (March). Africana Studies in the US. www.eblackstudies.org. pdf
  25. Abdul Alkalimat. 2007. Afro 100 (course). Report, African American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. pdf
  26. Abdul Alkalimat. 2007. Why is James Ashley not in the history books? University of Toledo Law Review Vol. 38 No. 3. pdf
  27. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008 (fall). The digital divide (LIS 490/AFRO 498). Syllabus, African American Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. pdf
  28. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008 (September 22). Information technology and Black Studies: an eBlack Studies workshop. Final report for the National Council of Black Studies to the Ford Foundation. pdf
  29. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008. eBlack Studies: The Revolution in the Revolution. The African Diaspora Lecture, November 11, 2008, Sonja Hayes Stone Center for Black Culture and History, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. pdf
  30. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008. Introduction to research methods in African American Studies (AFRO 220). Syllabus, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. pdf
  31. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008. Technology and Africana Studies: A discussion of organizational issues. International Journal of African Studies Vol. 14 No. 1(spring/summer): 148-154. pdf
  32. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008. The academic journals of Black Studies: A preliminary report. Department of African American Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. pdf
  33. The eBlack Studies Workshop. 2008. The next movement in Black Studies: "eBlack Studies." A collective statement from a workshop held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on July 24-27, 2008 and chaired by Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  34. Abdul Alkalimat. 2009. Foundational readings in Black Studies. Summer 2009. pdf

2010s ^

  1. Abdul Alkalimat. 2010. Informatics is no mystery: Studying community in the information revolution. In Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference on Cooperation and Promotion of Information Services in Science and Technology, pp. 1-6. Scientific Research Publishing, USA. pdf
  2. Abdul Alkalimat. 2010. Illinois documentary history of Black Studies: Towards a new approach to the history of Black Studies. pdf
  3. No author. 2010. Fifth Biennial Africana Studies Symposium at the University of Central Missouri. Innovation in the Digital Humanities: Pushing the Boundaries with E-Africana Studies. Celebrating 40 Years of Africana Studies in the Academy, 1969-2009. Program. Speaker is Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  4. Abdul Alkalimat. "Rethinking Malcolm means first learning how to think: what was Marable thinking? And how?" The Black Scholar Vol. 41 No. 2 (Summer 2011): 2. pdf
  5. Abdul Alkalimat. 2011. Black Studies and Wikipedia: Our next frontier is in cyberspace. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. 2011. Malcolm X bibliography 1985-2011. pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat. 2011. Theory in African American Studies (AFRO 490). Syllabus, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, fall 2011. pdf
  8. Brian Dolinar. 2011. Interview with Abdul Alkalimat about Ollie Harrington. pdf
  9. Abdul Alkalimat, Kate Williams, Yan Hui, and Han Shenglong. 2012. Toward building the information society with Chinese characteristics. In Community Informatics in China and the US: Theory and Research, eds. Abdul Alkalimat, Kate Williams, Yan Hui, and Han Shenglong, pp. 106-118. National Library Press, Beijing. pdf
  10. Abdul Alkalimat. 2012 (October 27). African American bibliography: The social construction of a literature of record. pdf
  11. Noah Lenstra and Abdul Alkalimat. 2012. eBlack studies as community archive: A proof of concept study in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. Fire!!! Vol. 1 No. 2: 151-184. pdf
  12. Abdul Alkalimat et al. 2013. African American Studies 2013: A national web-based study. Department of African American Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. pdf
  13. Abdul Alkalimat. 2013. Memory and power: Why diversifying the archives can help us welcome the future. Speech to the Society of American Archives annual meeting. New Orleans. pdf
  14. Abdul Alkalimat. 2013. Sankofa Cuba: Racism and revolution in the Afro-Cuban Experience. pdf
  15. Abdul Alkalimat. 2014. The Black Left Unity Network (USA). Talk given at 8th Pan-African Congress: Black labor and Black liberation. pdf
  16. Abdul Alkalimat and Kate Williams. 2015. Roots and Flowers: The Life and Work of Afro-Cuban Librarian Marta Terry González. Sacramento, CA: Litwin Books. introduction
  17. Abdul Alkalimat. 2015. The paradigmatic agency of Malcolm X: Family, experience, and thought. in Malcolm's Michigan worldview: An exemplar for contemporary Black studies. Edited by Rita Kiki Edozie and Curtis Stokes, pp. 35-51. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2015. pdf
  18. Saladin Muhammad and Abdul Alkalimat, editors. 2015 (February). Towards Black liberation: Dispatches from the Black Left Unity Network (BLUN). pdf
  19. Abdul Alkalimat and Saladin Muhammad. 2016. Three Waves of Struggle. Pamphlet. pdf
  20. Abdul Alkalimat. 2016 (December 1). The Sankofa principle: From the drum to the digital. Keynote address given at 30th Symposium on African American Culture and Philosophy, African American Studies and Research Center, Purdue University, Lafayette, IN. pdf
  21. Abdul Alkalimat. 2016. Black studies and Black liberation: What went wrong? How can we fix it? Lecture presented as part of The Power Lecture Series, February 20, 2016, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit. pdf
  22. No author. Draft Freedom Manifesto. 2016. Pamphlet. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications. pdf
  23. Abdul Alkalimat (Gerald McWorter). 2017. How OBAC was born: A personal memoir. In Rise of the phoenix: Voices from Chicago's Black struggle, edited by Useni Eugene Perkins. Third World Press Foundation, Chicago. pp. 56-61. pdf
  24. Abdul Alkalimat. 2017. "Black Art Matters! Art in the Age of Trump/Schwarze Kunst Zählt! Kunst und politic im Trump-Zeitalter" in XXXIII. Black International Cinema Berlin, May 12-14, 2017 edited by Donald Muldrow Griffith. Fountainhead Tanz Théâtre, Berlin. pp. 13-20. pdf
  25. Abdul Alkalimat, Romi Crawford, and Rebecca Zorach. 2017. The Wall of Respect: Public Art and Black Liberation in 1960s Chicago. Northwestern University Press. link
  26. Abdul Alkalimat and Rubin Patterson, editors. 2018. Black Toledo. A documentary history of the African American Experience in Toledo, Ohio. Brill Publishers. link
  27. >Abdul Alkalimat. 2018. Martin Luther King in 2018. Remarks at the Gary Comer Youth Center, 7200 S Ingleside, Chicago, January 18, 2018. pdf

No date ^

  1. Abdul Alkalimat. No date. A framework for how to read Malcolm X. pdf
  2. Abdul Alkalimat. No date. Afro Americans and the African revolution: Some theoretical notes. To be published in Contemporary Marxism. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  3. Abdul Alkalimat. No date. Black language liberation: a discussion paper for linguists and activists in Black Studies. Draft. Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  4. Abdul Alkalimat. No date. Our radical Black tradition and the new millennium: Survival, struggle, and victory. Talk presented at Harold Washington Public Library, Chicago. pdf
  5. Abdul Alkalimat. No date. The digital divide (LIS 490/AFRO 498). Syllabus, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. No date. The search for freedom at the edge of chaos requires revolution: Which way the USA? Reflections on the Legacy of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat. Peoples College political education. Philosophy lecture. Transcribed lecture on philosophy and the revolution in China. pdf
  8. Abdul. No date. Philosophy is for everybody: A review of Four essays on philosophy by Mao Tse-Tung. pdf
  9. Chicago Solidarity presents the legacy of Malcolm X, a forum with Claire Cohen, Abdul Alkalimat and Minister Tele E'mani, February 27. Poster. pdf
  10. Cooperative Research Network in Black Studies. Black women: Sisters of struggle. CRN Study Guide No. 1. pdf
  11. Lori Golaszewski. Africana Studies Program Promotes Awareness. University of Toledo News. pdf
  12. n.d. Developing humanities-based model courses for a core curriculum in Afro-American Studies - Table of contents for appendix. pdf
  13. No author. Imperialism and Black liberation: The Lessons of the African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC). Draft for Review #1. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  14. No author. No date. Bibliographies in Black Studies. 1. Malcolm X. Bibliography. Chicago Center for Afro-American Studies and Research, Inc. Chicago. pdf
  15. No author. No date. Dependency versus dialectics, two lines of analysis on the Afro-American national question. Talk. pdf
  16. No author. No date. How to read Malcolm X: A Black Studies method to read texts in context. Draft. pdf
  17. No author. No date. How to think to live. Philosophy course. Basic College: A Program of People's College. Programs from Week 2 and Week 3. pdf
  18. No author. No date. Methodological issues in Black Studies. Draft for discussion. pdf
  19. No date. CRN Study Guide No. 1. Black Women: Sisters of Struggle. Second Draft. Cooperative Research Network in Black Studies, Chicago, IL, and Sisters of Struggle, Memphis, TN. pdf
  20. The Baltimore Homeless Union and the National Organizing Committee sponsors a lecture by Abdul Alkalimat. March 1. Poster. pdf

Conferences ^

  1. Peoples College. 1973-1974. Modern culture and Black people. Syllabus, Afro-American Studies Program, Fisk University, Nashville, TN. pdf
  2. Abdul Alkalimat. 1982. Conference program, "Academic excellence and social responsibility: Science and politics in Black studies," National Council for Black Studies Sixth Annual National Conference, Chicago, March 17-20, 1982. Conference hosted by Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  3. No author. 1983. Draft: Black power in American cities: The proceedings of a dynamic conference addressing the Issue of mayoral politics and Afro-Americans. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  4. Abdul Alkalimat, chair. 1990. Conference: Malcolm X: Radical Tradition and a Legacy of Struggle. Convened by the Cooperative Research Network in Black Studies. Hosted by Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York. Conference program. Conference also archived at http://brothermalcolm.net/2003/aamx/index.html. pdf
  5. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Conference program, 500 Years of resistance: The Columbus legacy and the African; Searching for truth and fighting for the future conference. Howard University, November 13-15, 1992. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993. Conference program, Detroit Remembers Malcolm X on the 25th anniversary of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers Conference, Wayne State University, Detroit, July 23-25, 1993. Organized by the National Organizing Committee, Chicago, with five sponsoring organizations. pdf
  7. Robert Chrisman, chair. 2002. Conference program for "A Malcolm X festival," University of Nebraska Omaha Department of Black Studies. February 7-9. pdf

Curricula, study guides, course textbooks ^

  1. Harun Kofi Wangara (Harold Lawrence) and Abd-Al Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat (Gerald C. McWorter). Two continents of contemporary African revolution. Syllabus, Spelman College, Atlanta University Center, Atlanta. Spring Semester 1968-1969. pdf
  2. Peoples College. 1970. Modern culture and Black people. Syllabus, Afro-American Studies Program, Fisk University, Nashville, TN. pdf
  3. Peoples College. 1974. "A study program: Imperialism and black liberation." The Black Scholar Vol. 6 No. 1 (September): 38-42. pdf
  4. No author. 1975. Introduction to Afro American Studies. Also referred to as Intro Green. Peoples College Press, Chicago, IL. pdf
  5. Gerald A. McWorter. 1976 (spring quarter). Black Nationalism in the U.S.A. (Black Studies 210). Syllabus, Black Studies Program, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1977. Introduction to Afro American Studies. Volume 1. Experimental Fourth Edition. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1978. Introduction to Afro American Studies. Volume 2. Experimental Fourth Edition. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  8. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. Curriculum development in black studies. A compilation of five documents. Conference reference documents, September 1981. University of Illinois Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. pdf
  9. Dr. Gerald A. McWorter. 1981. Special emphasis on the Black Experience (Sociology 100E) / Sociology of the Black Experience (Afro-American Studies 199). Syllabus. pdf
  10. Gerald A. McWorter. 1981 (spring). Marxism and the Black experience (AFRO 298 C). Course outline, Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  11. National Council for Black Studies Inc. 1981. Black Studies Core Curriculum. Includes Report of the Curriculum Standards Committee to the National Council for Black Studies. With a preface by Dr. Joseph J. Russell and a forward by Dr. Perry Hall. The National Council for Black Studies, Inc., Bloomington, IN. pdf
  12. Abdul Alkalimat. 1982. The curriculum: A response to the Institute of Black World. pdf
  13. Abdul Alkalimat. 1984 (spring). Chicago Leadership Seminar (AFRO298B). Syllabus, Afro American Studies and Research Program, Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  14. Gerald A. McWorter and Ronald Bailey. "Black studies curriculum development in the 1980s: Its patterns and history." The Black Scholar Vol. 15 No. 2 (1984): 18-31. pdf
  15. Gerald A. McWorter and Ronald Bailey. 1984. An addendum to Black Studies curriculum development in the 1980s: Its patterns and history. The Black Scholar Vol. 15 No. 6: 56-58. pdf
  16. Gerald A. McWorter and Ronald W. Bailey. Black studies curriculum development in the 1980's: patterns of consensus, conflict, and change. Afro Scholar Working Papers 17, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  17. Abdul Alkalimat and associates. 1986. Introduction to Afro-American Studies - A Peoples College primer. 6th edition. Intro Red. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. Available online at http://eblackstudies.org/intro/ pdf
  18. Abdul Alkalimat. 1986. Martin Luther King, Jr. Study Guide/Course Outline. Cooperative Research Network, Chicago. pdf
  19. Abdul Alkalimat. 1989. How to Read Black Intellectual History. A chart. pdf
  20. Abdul Alkalimat. 1990. Malcolm X Study Guide. Malcolm X Conference Office, Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, and 21st Century Books, Chicago. pdf
  21. Alkalimat, Abdul. 1995. Technological Revolution and the Black Studies Curriculum: A Course Proposal, Trotter Review9, No. 2. pdf
  22. Abdul Alkalimat. 1999. Sociology of the 21st century. Syllabus, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH. pdf
  23. Abdul Alkalimat. 2006. Katrina 101-A Black studies curriculum challenge. The Black Scholar Vol. 36, No. 4 (Winter), pp. 52-57. pdf
  24. Abdul Alkalimat. 2007. Afro 100 (course). Report, African American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. pdf
  25. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008 (fall). The digital divide (LIS 490/AFRO 498). Syllabus, African American Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. pdf
  26. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008. Introduction to research methods in African American Studies (AFRO 220). Syllabus, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. pdf
  27. Abdul Alkalimat. 2011. Theory in African American Studies (AFRO 490). Syllabus, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, fall 2011. pdf
  28. Abdul Alkalimat. No date. The digital divide (LIS 490/AFRO 498). Syllabus, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. pdf
  29. Cooperative Research Network in Black Studies. Black women: Sisters of struggle. CRN Study Guide No. 1. pdf
  30. n.d. Developing humanities-based model courses for a core curriculum in Afro-American Studies - Table of contents for appendix. pdf
  31. No date. CRN Study Guide No. 1. Black Women: Sisters of Struggle. Second Draft. Cooperative Research Network in Black Studies, Chicago, IL, and Sisters of Struggle, Memphis, TN. pdf

Malcolm X ^

  1. Peoples College. 1977. Teachers guide: Intro to Afro American Studies. Experimental fourth edition. Also referred to as Intro Blue. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  2. Gerald A. McWorter. 1978 (fall). Black liberation movements 1954-now (Black Studies 190). Syllabus, Black Studies Program, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. pdf
  3. Abdul Alkalimat and Rowena Moore. 1988 (July 25). An interview with Rowena Moore by Abdul Alkalimat. Omaha, NE. pdf
  4. Abdul Alkalimat. "The fighting spirit of our fallen warrior-Malcolm X." A review of Malcolm X: The Last Speeches, edited by Bruce Perry. The Black Scholar Vol. 21 No. 2 (1990): 61-63. pdf
  5. Abdul Alkalimat. 1990 (June 24). Why Remember Malcolm X. Forward Motion: A Socialist Magazine. 1990: Commemorate Malcolm X: 3. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Did Spike Lee do the right thing? I think not, and here's why! People's Tribune. pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. How can Malcolm X help us solve the crisis in Black education? Draft of keynote address to be given at conference, "Malcolm X and Afrocentricity: Education for liberation," Harold Washington Library Center, Chicago. pdf
  8. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Malcolm X and Black perspectives on the crisis of socialism. (Presented at Malcolm X: 1991, "Radical Tradition and a Legacy of Struggle", and international conference, Manhattan Community College, December 14, 1991.) The Working Peoples' News Vol. 5 No. 2. pdf
  9. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Reflections on Malcolm X in 1992: A quartet in b-sharp. pdf
  10. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Studies on Malcolm X: A review essay and research design. Bibliographic essay. SAGE Race Relations Abstracts Vol. 17 No. 4: 4-22. pdf
  11. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Studies on Malcolm X: A review essay and research design. Bibliographic essay. Sage Race Relations Abstracts Vol. 17 No. 4: 4-22. pdf
  12. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. The joy of birth and the pain of delivery: Malcolm X and the rebirth of Black radicalism in the 1990's. Talk. pdf
  13. Abdul Alkalimat (with Mei-Ling McWorter). 1993. Malcolm debates in 1992-93: Spike Lee's movie and the problematic of mainstreaming Malcolm X. pdf
  14. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993 (April 12-19). Les Black muslims et l afrique. Mauritanie Nouvelles Vol. 51: 22-23. pdf
  15. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993. Malcolm X in 1993: The European debates. pdf
  16. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993-1994 (winter; special edition). The return of Malcolm x. Black History (Is No Mystery): 11-15. pdf
  17. Abdul Alkalimat. 1995. Malcolm X and Black perspectives on the crisis of socialism. Crossroad Vol. 5, No. 4: 1-3. pdf
  18. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992 (November 28). "Did Spike Lee do the right thing? I think not, and here's why!" A talk with program attached. Community Dialogue #5, The Chicago Public Library Carter G. Woodson Regional Library, Chicago. pdf
  19. Abdul Alkalimat. 2001. The 'Cyber resurrection' of Malcolm X. University of Toledo News. pdf
  20. Robert Chrisman, chair. 2002. Conference program for "A Malcolm X festival," University of Nebraska Omaha Department of Black Studies. February 7-9. pdf
  21. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 2005. Malcolm X (1925-1965): An 80th Birthday Commemoration. Compiled by Malcolm X: A Research Site and the Africana Studies Program, University of Toledo. pdf
  22. Abdul Alkalimat. "Rethinking Malcolm means first learning how to think: what was Marable thinking? And how?" The Black Scholar Vol. 41 No. 2 (Summer 2011): 2. pdf
  23. Abdul Alkalimat. 2015. The paradigmatic agency of Malcolm X: Family, experience, and thought. in Malcolm's Michigan worldview: An exemplar for contemporary Black studies. Edited by Rita Kiki Edozie and Curtis Stokes, pp. 35-51. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2015. pdf
  24. Abdul Alkalimat. No date. A framework for how to read Malcolm X. pdf
  25. No author. No date. Bibliographies in Black Studies. 1. Malcolm X. Bibliography. Chicago Center for Afro-American Studies and Research, Inc. Chicago. pdf
  26. No author. No date. How to read Malcolm X: A Black Studies method to read texts in context. Draft. pdf

Black studies ^

  1. Gerald McWorter. 1968 (March). A choice of forms: The nature and needs of the Black university. Negro Digest Vol. 42 No. 5: 4-13. pdf
  2. Abd-Al Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat. 1969 (June 25). "Our collective past, present, and future": Confidential Black Paper to the Staff of the Institute of the Black World. Atlanta pdf
  3. Abd-al-Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat, Vincent Harding, Stephen Henderson, Lawrence Rushing, A. B. Spellman, William Strickland, and Councill Taylor. 1969. First National Summer Workshop in Black Studies. June 1-August 1, 1969. Institute of the Black World, Atlanta. pdf
  4. Gerald McWorter. 1969. Deck the ivy racist halls: The case of Black Studies. A revision of a paper delivered at the May 10-11 symposium on Black Studies sponsored by the Yale Black Student Alliance. To be published in an anthology by Yale University Press. March, 1969. pdf
  5. Planning Staff, Institute of the Black World. 1969 (May). An approach to Black Studies. Statement of the Planning Staff, Institute of the Black World, Atlanta. pdf
  6. No author. 1975. Black intellectuals and the struggle against imperialism. Flyer for Panel Session D2, report to the African Heritage Studies Association from the Pull the Covers Off Imperialism Project. April 5. Shoreham Americana, Washington, DC. pdf
  7. Gerald A. McWorter. 1976 (February). The uses of philosophy and the Black experience. Draft. Black Studies Program, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. pdf
  8. Gerald A. McWorter, Project Director. Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 1980. Proposal to the Illinois Humanities Council for funding for a project titled "Black film: A critical perspective." pdf
  9. No author. 1980 (August 29). University of Illinois Afro Studies adds three. Daily Illini. Champaign, IL. pdf
  10. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1980/1981. Black Power in Higher Education: Documents of the Illinois Council for Black Studies. pdf
  11. Gerald A. McWorter. 1981. Professionalization of achievement in Black Studies (A reporting on ranking Black Studies in universities in colleges). The Chicago Center for Afro-American Studies and Research Program, Chicago. pdf
  12. Gerald A. McWorter. Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 1981. Proposal to the National Endowment for the Humanities for funding for a three-day conference on methodology in Afro-American Studies to be held at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. pdf
  13. Gerald McWorter, Project Director, and Board of Trustees, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 1981. Innovation in Mono-Ethnic Curriculum: Post-Secondary Teaching about the Afro-American Experience. Proposal to the U.S. Department of Education for federal assistance to support a three-year project to develop and institutionalize six model courses in Afro-American Studies and to train teachers to teach these courses. pdf
  14. No author. 1981. Guide to scholarly journals in Black Studies. Introduction by Gerald A. McWorter. Peoples College Press, Chicago, IL, for the Chicago Center for Afro American Studies and Research, Inc., Chicago. pdf
  15. Abdul Alkalimat. 1982. The curriculum: A response to the Institute of Black World. pdf
  16. Gerald A. McWorter. 1982. Academic excellence and social responsibility. Remarks presented to the Robert A. Waller Scholars Banquet, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Illinois, May 7, 1982. pdf
  17. Illinois Council for Black Studies. 1982 (May/June). Black Studies in Illinois. The crisis of consolidation facing Black Studies in the 1980's: the case of Ethnic Studies at Illinois State University. pdf
  18. National Conference for Black Studies. 1982. National conference handbook. pdf
  19. Abdul Alkalimat. 1983. Race, nation and class: notes on Marxism and the Black experience. Presented to the 68th Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History. pdf
  20. Afro-American Studies and Research Program. 1983 (October). Material on Afro-American Studies at the University of Illinois-Urbana for Committee on Program Evaluation. Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  21. Illinois Council for Black Studies. 1983. Consolidating academic excellence and social responsibility in Illinois Black Studies: A report to the Illinois Board of Higher Education. pdf
  22. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1984? A collection of Daily Illini articles on the Afro-American Studies and Research Program at the University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana. pdf
  23. Abdul Alkalimat. 1984. Black Studies and community development. Conference report to the Illinois Council for Black Studies. Afro-American Studies and Research Program, University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  24. Gerald A. McWorter. 1984. Afro-American Studies: Elements of a tradition in search of theory. pdf
  25. Gerald McWorter (Abdul Alkalimat). 1984. Letter of resignation as Vice-Chairperson, to the Executive Board, National Council for Black Studies pdf
  26. Abdul Alkalimat. 1985? Archives of the Afro-American Studies and Research Program University of Illinois Urbana. A Finding aid. pdf
  27. Gerald McWorter. 1985. Comments on the standardization of Afro-American Studies curriculum. Partial transcription of comments made to the National Endowment for the Humanities University of Illinois Workshop, January 1985. University of Illinois, Urbana. pdf
  28. Gerald A. McWorter. "On Ranking Professional Achievement in Black Studies: A Reply to Brossard." The Journal of Negro Education Vol. 55 No. 2 (1986): 229-35. pdf
  29. Abdul Alkalimat. 1987. Review Essay: Summing up Black Studies after two decades. Sage Race Relations Abstracts Vol. 13 No. 2: 28-31. pdf
  30. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1990. Paradigms in Black Studies: Intellectual history, cultural meaning and political ideology. Includes essays from Robert L. Harris, Jr., Houston A. Baker, Jr., Amiri Baraka, Cornel West, Manning Marable, and Abdul Alkalimat. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  31. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Black power in U.S. Education: Ideology, academic activism and the politics of Black liberation. Africa World Review. May-October. pdf
  32. Abdul Alkalimat and Ronald Bailey. 1993. Guide to scholarly publishing in Black Studies. 2nd ed. Unpublished manuscript. pdf
  33. Abdul Alkalimat. 1996. Speech at the welcome reception at University of Toledo on the appointment of Dr. Abdul Alkalimat as director of Africana Studies. Toledo, OH. pdf
  34. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1997. New Beginnings: Documentary Account of Year One: 1996-1997. Africana Studies, University of Toledo, July 1997. pdf
  35. Abdul Alkalimat. 1997. Opening remarks and conference program for Black people's hair: A symposium on the political culture of everyday life. University of Toledo, Toledo, OH. March 6-7, 1997. pdf
  36. Abdul Alkalimat. 1998. Proposal to Ohio Board of Regents for a new degree program, Africana Studies, at University of Toledo. pdf
  37. Abdul Alkalimat. 2000. eBlack studies A twenty-first century-challenge. Souls summer: 69-76. pdf
  38. Abdul Alkalimat. 2001. BRAIN, Black Research Archive on the Internet: Toward a research program for eBlack Studies. Talk given at the Association of College and Research Libraries, Denver. With an appendix consisting of a paper titled "eBlack: A 21st Century Challenge." pdf
  39. Abdul Alkalimat. 2006 (March 28). Africana Studies in New York state. www.eblackstudies.org. pdf
  40. Abdul Alkalimat. 2007 (March). Africana Studies in California. www.eblackstudies.org. pdf
  41. Abdul Alkalimat. 2007 (March). Africana Studies in the US. www.eblackstudies.org. pdf
  42. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008. The academic journals of Black Studies: A preliminary report. Department of African American Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. pdf
  43. Abdul Alkalimat. 2010. Illinois documentary history of Black Studies: Towards a new approach to the history of Black Studies. pdf
  44. Abdul Alkalimat. 2011. Black Studies and Wikipedia: Our next frontier is in cyberspace. pdf
  45. Abdul Alkalimat et al. 2013. African American Studies 2013: A national web-based study. Department of African American Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. pdf
  46. Abdul Alkalimat. 2016 (December 1). The Sankofa principle: From the drum to the digital. Keynote address given at 30th Symposium on African American Culture and Philosophy, African American Studies and Research Center, Purdue University, Lafayette, IN. pdf
  47. Abdul Alkalimat. 2016. Black studies and Black liberation: What went wrong? How can we fix it? Lecture presented as part of The Power Lecture Series, February 20, 2016, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit. pdf

Technological revolution and community informatics ^

  1. Abdul Alkalimat, Douglas Gills, and Kate Williams, editors. 1995. Job?Tech: The technological revolution and its impact on society. Proceedings of the March 1995 Midwest Conference on Technology, Employment and Community, Chicago. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  2. Abdul Alkalimat. 1995 (February 4). Black people in the third wave - computers, Black liberation, & social revolution. Talk given at Harold Washington Public Library, Chicago. pdf
  3. Abdul Alkalimat. 1996. Technological revolution and prospects for Black liberation in the 21st century. cyREV: A Journal of Cybernetic Revolution, Sustainable Socialism, and Radical Democracy 4 (summer/fall). pdf
  4. Alkalimat, Abdul. 1995. Technological Revolution and the Black Studies Curriculum: A Course Proposal, Trotter Review9, No. 2. pdf
  5. Christine Alexander. 1996 (September 30).. Computer-based Africana studies curriculum established; Alkalimat is appointed director. University of Toledo News Vol. 12 No. 2. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. 1997. Presentation to "New technology, unions & changes in work," Eighth Annual Midwest Radical Scholars Conference. Roosevelt Union, Chicago. pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat. 1997. The new technological imperative in Africa: Class struggle on the edge of third-wave revolution. In Cutting Edge: Technology, Information, Capitalism and Social Revolution, eds. Jim Davis, Thomas A. Hirschl, and Michael Stack, pp. 271-286. Verso, London. pdf
  8. Abdul Alkalimat. 1999. Building the BRC with Cyber-democracy. Black Radical Congress, Chicago, IL. pdf
  9. Abdul Alkalimat, Debbie Hamilton, and Kate Williams. 1999?. TedWeb Toledo Education Web: Inner city internet-based life long learning. University of Toledo Africana Studies Program and Community and Technical College Information Technologies Group, Toledo, OH. pdf
  10. Abdul Alkalimat. 2000 (March 15). Discussion draft: Transforming Black studies via information technology. pdf
  11. Abdul Alkalimat. 2000. eBlack studies A twenty-first century-challenge. Souls summer: 69-76. pdf
  12. Abdul Alkalimat. 2000. eBlack studies and the public sphere: Strategic values, program, and policy initiative. Presentation to DIAC Directions and Implications of Advanced Computing conference. May 20-23, 2000. Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility. Seattle, WA. pdf
  13. Abdul Alkalimat. 2000. eBlack: reflections on research practices. Talk presented to the Chesapeake Regional Scholars Summer Seminar in African American Studies 2000, "Building African-American digital history archives: A workshop for principal Investigators and project teams" held June 16-23, 2000 at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. pdf
  14. Abdul Alkalimat. 2001. BRAIN, Black Research Archive on the Internet: Toward a research program for eBlack Studies. Talk given at the Association of College and Research Libraries, Denver. With an appendix consisting of a paper titled "eBlack: A 21st Century Challenge." pdf
  15. Abdul Alkalimat. 2001. eblack Facing up to the digital divide in higher education. Liberal Education Vol. 87 No. 2 (spring): 18-23. pdf
  16. Abdul Alkalimat. 2001. The 'Cyber resurrection' of Malcolm X. University of Toledo News. pdf
  17. Abdul Alkalimat and the Toledo Spiders. 2002. Theoretical notes for the eToledo project. An anthology of five documents. June 2002. University of Toledo Africana Studies program, Toledo, OH. pdf
  18. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 2004. Cyberorganizing. A compilation of ten articles by Abdul Alkalimat and Kate Williams. For the Murchison Community Center. 2004. Africana Studies Program, University of Toledo. pdf
  19. Abdul Alkalimat. 2004. The African American Experience in cyberspace: A resource guide to the best websites on Black culture and history. Pluto Press, London; Sterling, VA. pdf
  20. Abdul Alkalimat. 2006 (summer). Social informatics of the Black experience: The emergence of a research literature. pdf
  21. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008 (September 22). Information technology and Black Studies: an eBlack Studies workshop. Final report for the National Council of Black Studies to the Ford Foundation. pdf
  22. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008. eBlack Studies: The Revolution in the Revolution. The African Diaspora Lecture, November 11, 2008, Sonja Hayes Stone Center for Black Culture and History, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. pdf
  23. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008. Technology and Africana Studies: A discussion of organizational issues. International Journal of African Studies Vol. 14 No. 1(spring/summer): 148-154. pdf
  24. The eBlack Studies Workshop. 2008. The next movement in Black Studies: "eBlack Studies." A collective statement from a workshop held at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on July 24-27, 2008 and chaired by Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  25. Abdul Alkalimat. 2010. Informatics is no mystery: Studying community in the information revolution. In Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference on Cooperation and Promotion of Information Services in Science and Technology, pp. 1-6. Scientific Research Publishing, USA. pdf
  26. No author. 2010. Fifth Biennial Africana Studies Symposium at the University of Central Missouri. Innovation in the Digital Humanities: Pushing the Boundaries with E-Africana Studies. Celebrating 40 Years of Africana Studies in the Academy, 1969-2009. Program. Speaker is Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  27. Abdul Alkalimat. 2011. Black Studies and Wikipedia: Our next frontier is in cyberspace. pdf
  28. Abdul Alkalimat, Kate Williams, Yan Hui, and Han Shenglong. 2012. Toward building the information society with Chinese characteristics. In Community Informatics in China and the US: Theory and Research, eds. Abdul Alkalimat, Kate Williams, Yan Hui, and Han Shenglong, pp. 106-118. National Library Press, Beijing. pdf
  29. Noah Lenstra and Abdul Alkalimat. 2012. eBlack studies as community archive: A proof of concept study in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. Fire!!! Vol. 1 No. 2: 151-184. pdf
  30. Abdul Alkalimat. 2016 (December 1). The Sankofa principle: From the drum to the digital. Keynote address given at 30th Symposium on African American Culture and Philosophy, African American Studies and Research Center, Purdue University, Lafayette, IN. pdf

International ^

  1. Homer A. Jack. 1966. Special report: Church and society. A report on the World Conference on Church and Society, Geneva, Switzerland, 1966, sponsored by the World Council of Churches. Gerald McWorter mentioned in section "Down or Up the Hill" pp. 17-19. pdf
  2. 1973. tentative schedule, program and post-conference bulletin for "Crisis, conflict, change: The Caribbean in the 1970's," held at Fisk University, Nashville, TN, November 8-9. pdf
  3. Abdul Alkalimat. 1973. African Liberation Support Committee: Proposal for United Front Strategy. Prepared for the African Liberation Support Committee Retreat. Frogmore, SC, June 28-July 1, 1973. Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  4. Peoples College. 1973. Defeat Portuguese imperialism: International week of solidarity. November 19-23, 1973, Fisk University. Flyer. Sponsored by Nashville African Liberation Committee, Nashville, TN. pdf
  5. Abdul Alkalimat. 1974. Notes on New China. Peoples College Press. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. 1974. Angola poverty. Open letter from African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC) Research and Development, Nashville, TN, to John Sengstacke, editor and publisher of the Chicago Daily Defender, Chicago, responding to the article. pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat. 1974. Handbook of struggle #4. African Liberation Month 1974. African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC), Houston and Nashville, TN. pdf
  8. Abdul Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat and Nelson Johnson. 1974. Toward the ideological unity of the African Liberation Support Committee: A Response to criticisms of the African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC) Statement of Principles adopted at Frogmore, South Carolina (June-July 1973). To the International Steering Committee, African Liberation Support Committee on February 1-3, 1974, Greensboro, NC. pdf
  9. Peoples College. 1974. Viva Cuba: Down with U.S. imperialism. Progressive Student Delegation, Washington, DC. pdf
  10. No author. 1975. A declaration against imperialism! Adopted at the National Planning Conference to Pull the Covers Off Imperialism Project, January 11, 1975. Fisk University, Nashville, TN. pdf
  11. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1973-1974, 1977. Selected documentary history of Peoples College in the African Liberation Support Committee. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  12. Abdul Alkalimat. 1977. Angola, the international situation and the international tasks of the American People. Talk given as part of a panel presentation at the "Southern California Conference on War, Revolution and the International Situation," University of California, Los Angeles, February 13, 1977. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  13. Abdul Alkalimat. 1977. Black Liberation and the United Front Against Imperialism: Some Lessons for our Continuing Support of the Freedom Struggle in Southern Africa. Peoples College, Chicago. Paper presented to the Annual Conference of the African Heritage Studies Association held at Wayne State University, Detroit, April 22, 1977. pdf
  14. Chicago Chapter, African Liberation Support Committee. 1977 (January). Political summation of the work of the organizing committee for a New African Liberation Support Committee-Chicago Chapter. pdf
  15. Gerald McWorter/Abdul Alkalimat. (May 20, c1977). "Reflections on Kwame Nkrumah." Interview of Neville Dawes, Executive Director, Institute of Jamaica. pdf
  16. Peoples College for African Liberation Day Coalition. 1977 (May 22). African Liberation Day 1977: Some strategic and tactical considerations for building the united front against imperialism. Speech given at All Souls Church, Washington, DC. pdf
  17. Chicago Committee for a Free Africa. 1978. Sell the South African stock: The divestiture struggle at Northwestern University. U.S. out of Southern Africa! Victory to the peoples of Southern Africa! Chicago Committee for a Free Africa. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  18. Abdul Alkalimat. 1985 (March). Report on conference, "The Fourth Annual International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World Books," London. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  19. No author. 1987. Which way forward? A national forum on African Liberation Support Work and the Black liberation movement and a march and rally to link arms across Harlem for African liberation, Harlem, NY, May 23, 1987. Organized by the Committee to Commemorate the 15th Anniversary of African Liberation Day 1972. Sponsors include Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  20. Abdul Alkalimat. 1988. Solidarity: Documenting the tour of David Abdulah of the Oilfields Workers Trade Union and Committee for Labor Solidarity to the U.S.A. November 13-December 1, 1988. pdf
  21. John La Rose and Abdul Alkalimat. 1988. Opening speeches, Seventh International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World Books, Camden Centre, London. Reproduced in A meeting of the continents: The International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World Books, revisited: History, Memories, Organization and Programmes 1982-1995. Sarah White, Roxy Harris and Sharmilla Beezmohun, editors. 2002. New Beacon Books and George Padmore Institute, London. pp. 340-341. pdf
  22. No author. 1988. Crisis in Africa and what has the U.S. presidential election got to do with it? Poster: list of upcoming events presented by FACTS, a collective of progressive Black people. The Crisis of Black Power and the Legacy of Harold Washington Chicago, January 1989. Speakers include Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  23. Abdul Alkalimat. 1989. "Reflections on African-American culture/Reflexionen über africanisch-americanische cultur" in Fountainhead presents Black International Cinema Berlin 1 - 5 Februar 1989. edited by Donald Muldrow Griffith. Fountainhead Tanz Théâtre, Berlin. pp. 112-114, 122-124. pdf
  24. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1990. Perspectives on Black liberation and social revolution: Radical tradition and a legacy of struggle conference proceedings. Vol. 1. Based on Speeches delivered at the Malcom X: Radical Tradition and Legacy of Struggle Conference, November 1-4, 1990. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  25. Abdul Alkalimat. 1991. For comrade John, for world revolution. Foundations of a movement: 9-11. pdf
  26. Abdul Alkalimat. 1991. The Black response to the Gulf War. forward motion (September): 12-15. pdf
  27. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993. 7th Pan African Congress. Handbook of struggle for North American Delegation. pdf
  28. Abdul Alkalimat. 1994. Convention sets program for Mexican revolution. People's Tribune. August 29. pdf
  29. Abdul Alkalimat. Panafricanism in an Epoch of Social Revolution. Prologue to General Declaration of the 7th Pan African Congress (Uganda). Draft Revised March 17, 1994. pdf
  30. Abdul Alkalimat. Report on recent trip to Cape Town, South Africa, and London and Manchester, England. Includes Cape Town speech by Abdul Alkalimat and Cape Town Declaration. pdf
  31. William Watkins, Abdul Alkalimat, and Marian Kramer. 1994. The Seventh Pan African Congress: Notes from North American delegates. In Imagining Home: Class, Culture and Nationalism in the African Diaspora, eds. Sidney Lemelle and Robin D. G. Kelley. Verso Books. pages 351-360. pdf
  32. Abdul Alkalimat. 2002. "The London Book Fairs, 1982-1995: Celebrations and debates of Black and Third World radicalism." In A meeting of the continents: The International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World Books, revisited: History, Memories, Organization and Programmes 1982-1995. Sarah White, Roxy Harris and Sharmilla Beezmohun, editors. New Beacon Books and George Padmore Institute, London. pp. 39-46. pdf
  33. The Toledo Spiders. 2003. Black Radical Congress Zimbabwe debate. A collection of emails. pdf
  34. Abdul Alkalimat, Kate Williams, Yan Hui, and Han Shenglong. 2012. Toward building the information society with Chinese characteristics. In Community Informatics in China and the US: Theory and Research, eds. Abdul Alkalimat, Kate Williams, Yan Hui, and Han Shenglong, pp. 106-118. National Library Press, Beijing. pdf
  35. Abdul Alkalimat. 2013. Sankofa Cuba: Racism and revolution in the Afro-Cuban Experience. pdf
  36. Abdul Alkalimat. 2014. The Black Left Unity Network (USA). Talk given at 8th Pan-African Congress: Black labor and Black liberation. pdf
  37. Abdul Alkalimat and Kate Williams. 2015. Roots and Flowers: The Life and Work of Afro-Cuban Librarian Marta Terry González. Sacramento, CA: Litwin Books. introduction
  38. Abdul Alkalimat. 2017. "Black Art Matters! Art in the Age of Trump/Schwarze Kunst Zählt! Kunst und politic im Trump-Zeitalter" in XXXIII. Black International Cinema Berlin, May 12-14, 2017 edited by Donald Muldrow Griffith. Fountainhead Tanz Théâtre, Berlin. pp. 13-20. pdf
  39. No author. Imperialism and Black liberation: The Lessons of the African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC). Draft for Review #1. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf

Peoples College ^

  1. No author. 1971. Nineteen seventy-two handbook of Black Liberation Month. Pamphlet. Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  2. Abdul Alkalimat. 1972? History of the Peoples College: Some Notes. pdf
  3. Peoples College. 1973. Documents prepared for the Save Black Schools Conference, Greensboro, NC, by Peoples College, Nashville, TN. Documents include Political education of Black youth: Aspects of ideological development for Black students; State of Tennessee: A profile; Map of higher education in Tennessee; Public colleges in Tennessee: A statistical profile; History of Tennessee State University; History of student struggle at Tennessee State University; The Tennessee State court case: An analysis; Contemporary report of TSU Struggle; Fisk University history; and Meharry Medical College history. pdf
  4. Peoples College. 1973. Open letter to the Council of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County from the Coalition Against Police Repression. pdf
  5. Peoples College. 1973-1974. Modern culture and Black people. Syllabus, Afro-American Studies Program, Fisk University, Nashville, TN. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. 1974. A scientific approach to Black liberation: Which road against racism and imperialism for the Black Liberation Movement? Pamphlet. Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1973-1974, 1977. Selected documentary history of Peoples College in the African Liberation Support Committee. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  8. Abdul Alkalimat. 1976-1977. Peoples College 1976-1977: A Documentary History. Santa Barbara, CA. pdf
  9. Abdul Alkalimat. 1979. How to correctly handle the contradictions in Peoples College in order to make greater strides toward proletarian revolution and Black liberation. Internal Document, Peoples College. pdf
  10. Abdul Alkalimat. 1980. Political Report for Peoples College's 1980 Assembly. Draft. pdf
  11. Peoples College. 1980 (fall). Marxism and Black Liberation: A New Theoretical Journal. First issue. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  12. No author. Documentary history of study and struggle, 1979-1981. Peoples College Press, Chicago. Distributed by Study and Struggle, Chicago, IL. pdf
  13. Peoples College, ed. 1982. An evolving program for Black Studies curriculum development, 1972-1982. A ten-year documentary history of Introduction to Afro-American Studies and Other Related Activity of Peoples College. Compiled by Peoples College, Chicago, IL. pdf
  14. Peoples College. 1982 (October 20). Red Flag. Vol. No. 2. Peoples College, Chicago, IL. pdf
  15. Peoples College. 1982 (September 15). Red Flag Vol. 1 No. 1. Peoples College. pdf
  16. Peoples College. 1982 (spring). Timbuktu: The Black Peoples Bookstore. Special Issue Catalog. pdf
  17. Peoples College. 1982. Fighting on three fronts. Appendix. A collection of articles from 1981-1982. pdf
  18. A Peoples College study guide: Black People and presidential politics. A supplement to Black Liberation Month News 1984. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  19. Abdul Alkalimat. 1985 (September 1). Bulletin from Abdul on the status of PC as of Sept 1. pdf
  20. Abdul Alkalimat. Peoples College political education. Philosophy lecture. Transcribed lecture on philosophy and the revolution in China. pdf
  21. No author. No date. How to think to live. Philosophy course. Basic College: A Program of People's College. Programs from Week 2 and Week 3. pdf

Black liberation ^

  1. Abdul Alkalimat. 1970. Social science for Black liberation. pdf
  2. Adbul Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat. 1971. Common problems, common solutions: Toward a scientific basis for Pan African revolution. Pamphlet. Peoples College Press, Los Angeles. pdf
  3. Peoples College. 1973. December Offensive. Sponsored by Nashville Coalition Against Police Repression, Nashville, TN. Pamphlet. Printed by African Liberation Support Committee, Nashville, TN. pdf
  4. Abdul Alkalimat. 1974. A scientific approach to Black liberation: Which road against racism and imperialism for the Black Liberation Movement? Pamphlet. Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  5. Abdul Hakimu Ibn Alkalimat and Nelson Johnson. 1974. Toward the ideological unity of the African Liberation Support Committee: A Response to criticisms of the African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC) Statement of Principles adopted at Frogmore, South Carolina (June-July 1973). To the International Steering Committee, African Liberation Support Committee on February 1-3, 1974, Greensboro, NC. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. 1975 (January 10). Intellectuals and the Black liberation movement. Speech to the National Planning Conference for 1975 Year to Pull the Covers off Imperialism. Nashville, TN. pdf
  7. No author. 1975. Black intellectuals and the struggle against imperialism. Flyer for Panel Session D2, report to the African Heritage Studies Association from the Pull the Covers Off Imperialism Project. April 5. Shoreham Americana, Washington, DC. pdf
  8. Abdul Alkalimat. 1980. Revolutionary Black Power in the 1980s. pdf
  9. Abdul Alkalimat. 1981. Building Unity for the Revolution: Theme for Black Liberation Month 1981. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  10. Peoples College. 1981. A proposal for Black People … February is Black Liberation Month! Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  11. Abdul Alkalimat and associates. 1987. Racism in New York, 1987: Documentary report on lynching in Howard Beach, Queens. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  12. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1990. Perspectives on Black liberation and social revolution: Radical tradition and a legacy of struggle conference proceedings. Vol. 1. Based on Speeches delivered at the Malcom X: Radical Tradition and Legacy of Struggle Conference, November 1-4, 1990. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  13. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Introductory speech, "The crisis of Black Power: Perspectives on nationalism sexism and class," The Crisis of Black Power Conference, January 25, 1992, Chicago. Sponsored by the Chicago Public Library. pdf
  14. No author. 1992. Community Dialogue #4. Rebellion in Los Angeles 1992: In search of Black liberation. A day long conference taking place at the Carter G. Woodson Regional Library, Chicago, June 20, 1992. Sponsored by the Chicago Public Library. Opening Statement by Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  15. Abdul Alkalimat. 1993. The fight for freedom as a public policy debate: The case of affirmative action in the USA. Talk presented at the Workshop in Affirmative Action in the Public and Private Sectors and Implications for Vocational Education and Training, Education Policy Unit, University of Natal. Durban, South Africa. November 11-13, 1993. pdf
  16. Abdul Alkalimat. 1995. Our vision remains: Free speech! A free press! Free Mumia Abu Jamal! Presentation at conference, "Media and disinformation: Democracy in crisis." Sponsored by Chicago Media Watch and Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. DePaul University, Chicago, September 17. pdf
  17. Abdul Alkalimat. 1996. Technological revolution and prospects for Black liberation in the 21st century. cyREV: A Journal of Cybernetic Revolution, Sustainable Socialism, and Radical Democracy 4 (summer/fall). pdf
  18. Abdul Alkalimat. 1998. The objective situation. Position paper for the Black Radical Congress, Chicago, June 19-21. pdf
  19. Black Radical Congress: Summary of workshop sessions June 19-21, 1998 University of Illinois at Chicago Circle Center. The Black Scholar Vol. 28 No. 3/4 (1998): 43-48. pdf
  20. Abdul Alkalimat. 1999. Building the BRC with Cyber-democracy. Black Radical Congress, Chicago, IL. pdf
  21. Saladin Muhammad and Abdul Alkalimat, editors. 2015 (February). Towards Black liberation: Dispatches from the Black Left Unity Network (BLUN). pdf
  22. Abdul Alkalimat and Saladin Muhammad. 2016. Three Waves of Struggle. Pamphlet. pdf
  23. No author. Draft Freedom Manifesto. 2016. Pamphlet. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications. pdf
  24. No author. Imperialism and Black liberation: The Lessons of the African Liberation Support Committee (ALSC). Draft for Review #1. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  25. No author. No date. Dependency versus dialectics, two lines of analysis on the Afro-American national question. Talk. pdf
  26. See also Black Liberation Month News below.

Youth and students ^

  1. Abdul Alkalimat. 1971. 1970's: What must be done by Black students. Black Lines Vol. 1 No. 4. pdf
  2. Abdul Alkalimat. 1972 (September). Black Liberation and Class Struggle: The Student Movement. Talk given at Seminar on Student Movements in Cuba, Vietnam and U.S.A. Habana, Cuba. Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  3. Gerald McWorter. 1972. Tragedy at Southern U: Accident - or political assassination? Women's Press, Eugene, OR. pdf
  4. Peoples College. 1973. Building a fighting Black student movement in the 1980's. Pamphlet. Published by Study and Struggle with collaboration from Peoples College. Chicago, IL. pdf
  5. Peoples College. 1973. November 16th: Save and change Black Schools Day in commemoration of the Southern University Massacre. November 16, 1973. Flyer. Tennessee State University. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. The significance of the February 1st Movement: Black students and the united front against imperialism. Keynote talk at the First Organizational Conference of the February First Movement. December 27, 1974. Princeton, NJ. pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat. 1975. Students and the Fight for Socialism. Speech given at February First Movement Conference, Boston College, Boston, January 31, 1975. pdf
  8. Abdul Alkalimat. 1976. The political education of Black youth: Six essays. A compilation. pdf
  9. Abdul Alkalimat. Chairman, People's College. 1980. Build the Black student movement: Essays on Developing the Anti-Imperialist Student movement Among Black Studies. People's College Press, Chicago. pdf
  10. No author. Documentary history of study and struggle, 1979-1981. Peoples College Press, Chicago. Distributed by Study and Struggle, Chicago, IL. pdf

Chicago ^

  1. Abdul Alkalimat and Doug Gills. Black political protest and the mayoral victory of Harold Washington: Chicago politics, 1983. For publication in Radical America. University of Illinois Afro-American Studies and Research Program. pdf
  2. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1983. Black Power in Chicago Volume 3. A documentary survey of the 1983 mayoral democratic primary. Documents from the Left. Peoples College Press. pdf
  3. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1983. Black power in Chicago, Volume 1: A documentary survey of the 1983 mayoral Democratic primary. Peoples College Press. pdf
  4. Editorial collective of the Peoples College Press, editors. 1983. Black power in Chicago, Volume 2: A selective bibliography. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  5. No author. 1983. Draft: Black power in American cities: The proceedings of a dynamic conference addressing the Issue of mayoral politics and Afro-Americans. Peoples College Press, Chicago. pdf
  6. No author. 1983. The civil rights struggle in Chicago: Looking back to move forward. A symposium presented by the Voices of the Civil Rights Movement. Flyer. Columbia College, Chicago. Panelists include Abdul Alkalimat. pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat and Doug Gills. 1983-1984. Black political protest and the mayoral victory of Harold Washington: Chicago politics, 1983. Radical America Vol. 17 No. 6 & Vol. 18 No. 7 (double issue): 111-127. pdf
  8. Abdul Alkalimat. "Mayor Washington's bid for re-election: Will the Democratic Party survive?" The Black Scholar Vol. 17 No. 6 (1986): 2-13. pdf
  9. Abdul Alkalimat. 1986. A review of Manning Marable, Black American Politics from the Washington Marches to Jesse Jackson (Verso, 1985). Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  10. Abdul Alkalimat. 1986. Mayor Washington's bid for re-election: Will the Democratic Party survive? The Black Scholar November/December: 1-13. pdf
  11. Abdul Alkalimat (ed.) and Mona Rankin (designer). 1988. The Arts of Black Chicago: A directory Issue 1 (summer 1988). Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  12. Abdul Alkalimat. "Chicago: Black power politics and the crisis of the black middle class." The Black Scholar Vol. 19 No. 2 (1988): 45-54. pdf
  13. Abdul Alkalimat. 1988. Chicago: Black Power politics and the crisis of the Black middle class. The Black Scholar March/April: 45-54. pdf
  14. Abdul Alkalimat and Doug Gills. 1989. Harold Washington and the crisis of Black power in Chicago: Mass protest. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications. pdf
  15. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1989. Art and Black Culture Chicago Directory Issue 2. TCB, Chicago. pdf
  16. Gerald McWorter, Doug Gills, and Ron Bailey. 1991. Black Power politics as social movement: Dialectics of leadership in the campaign to elect Harold Washington mayor of Chicago. In Exploitation and exclusion: Race and class in contemporary US society, eds. Abebe Zegeye, Leonard Harris, and Julia Maxted, pp. 191-223. "African discourse" series No. 3. H. Zell, London. pdf
  17. Abdul Alkalimat. The community dialogues of Chicago: five speeches. Draft. Talks given in 1991 and 1992. Department of African American Studies, Northeastern University, Boston, MA. Twenty-First Century Books, Chicago, IL. pdf

Bibliographies and literature reviews ^

  1. Gerald A. McWorter. c1967. The political sociology of the Negro: A selective review of the literature. Anti-Defamation League of B'nai Brith, New York. pdf
  2. Peoples College. 1971. 1971 summer reading and research guide. Includes list of bookstores. Nashville, TN. pdf
  3. Peoples College. 1971. Bibliography for political study. Peoples College, Nashville, TN. pdf
  4. Abdul Hakimu. 1973. Review: Class Struggle in Africa by Kwame Nkrumah. Peoples College. REDO SCAN NOT COMPLETE pdf
  5. Drake, St. Clair. "Review of Introduction to Afro-American Studies: A Course Outline–Guide for Study Groups." The Black Scholar Vol. 6 No. 10 (1975): 55-56. pdf
  6. Center for Black Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara. 1977. Selected working bibliography in Black Studies. Prepared for conference, "Academic excellence and social responsibility in Black Studies: The standardization of curriculum conference," held at University of California, Santa Barbara, February 24-26. pdf
  7. Gerald McWorter. 1977 (March). Selected works of Black sociologists. A Bibliography. Center for Black Studies, University of California at Santa Barbara. pdf
  8. Dr. Gerald A. McWorter. 1981. Special emphasis on the Black Experience (Sociology 100E) / Sociology of the Black Experience (Afro-American Studies 199). Syllabus. pdf
  9. No author. 1981. Guide to scholarly journals in Black Studies. Introduction by Gerald A. McWorter. Peoples College Press, Chicago, IL, for the Chicago Center for Afro American Studies and Research, Inc., Chicago. pdf
  10. Abdul Alkalimat. 1982 (November). A book review of Introduction to Black Studies by M. Ron Karenga. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  11. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1983. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 2 No. 1. pdf
  12. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1983. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 2 No. 2. pdf
  13. Abdul Alkalimat and associates. 1986. A pdf of the bibliography found on pages 353-373 of Introduction to Afro-American Studies - A Peoples College primer. 6th edition. Also referred to as Intro Red. Twenty-First Century Books and Publications, Chicago. pdf
  14. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1984. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 2 No. 3. pdf
  15. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1984. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 2 No. 4. (although page 2 says Winter 1984 Vol. 2 No. 3.) pdf
  16. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1984. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 3 No. 1. pdf
  17. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1984. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 3 No. 2. pdf
  18. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1985. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 3 Nos. 3-4. pdf
  19. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1985. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 4 No. 1. pdf
  20. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1986. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 4 No. 2. pdf
  21. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1986. Afro Scholar Newsletter Vol. 4 Nos. 3-4. pdf
  22. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1987. Afro Scholar Newsletter fall. (No volume or issue number.) pdf
  23. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1987. Afro Scholar Newsletter spring. (No volume or issue number.) pdf
  24. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1987. Afro Scholar Newsletter summer. (No volume or issue number.) pdf
  25. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1987. Afro Scholar Newsletter winter. (No volume or issue number.) pdf
  26. Abdul Alkalimat. 1988 (November). Black Marxism in the White Academy: The Contours and Contradictions of an Emerging School of Black Thought. Sage Race Relations Abstracts Vol 14 No. 4: 3-19. pdf
  27. Abdul Alkalimat. 1990. Theoretical foundations for Black Studies curriculum development: a short bibliography. pdf
  28. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1988-1989. Afro Scholar Newsletter. (No volume or issue number.) pdf
  29. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1992. Afro Scholar Newsletter winter. (No volume or issue number. Heading on pages says 1990-1991.) pdf
  30. Abdul Alkalimat. 1992. Studies on Malcolm X: A review essay and research design. Bibliographic essay. Sage Race Relations Abstracts Vol. 17 No. 4: 4-22. pdf
  31. Abdul Alkalimat. 2008. The academic journals of Black Studies: A preliminary report. Department of African American Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. pdf
  32. Abdul Alkalimat. 2009. Foundational readings in Black Studies. Summer 2009. pdf
  33. Abdul Alkalimat. 2011. Malcolm X bibliography 1985-2011. pdf
  34. Abdul Alkalimat. 2012 (October 27). African American bibliography: The social construction of a literature of record. pdf
  35. Abdul. No date. Philosophy is for everybody: A review of Four essays on philosophy by Mao Tse-Tung. pdf
  36. No date. CRN Study Guide No. 1. Black Women: Sisters of Struggle. Second Draft. Cooperative Research Network in Black Studies, Chicago, IL, and Sisters of Struggle, Memphis, TN. pdf

Toledo, Ohio ^

  1. Abdul Alkalimat. 1996. Speech at the welcome reception at University of Toledo on the appointment of Dr. Abdul Alkalimat as director of Africana Studies. Toledo, OH. pdf
  2. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 1997. New Beginnings: Documentary Account of Year One: 1996-1997. Africana Studies, University of Toledo, July 1997. pdf
  3. Abdul Alkalimat. 1997. Opening remarks and conference program for Black people's hair: A symposium on the political culture of everyday life. University of Toledo, Toledo, OH. March 6-7, 1997. pdf
  4. Abdul Alkalimat. 1998. Proposal to Ohio Board of Regents for a new degree program, Africana Studies, at University of Toledo. pdf
  5. Abdul Alkalimat, Debbie Hamilton, and Kate Williams. 1999?. TedWeb Toledo Education Web: Inner city internet-based life long learning. University of Toledo Africana Studies Program and Community and Technical College Information Technologies Group, Toledo, OH. pdf
  6. Abdul Alkalimat. 2001. The 'Cyber resurrection' of Malcolm X. University of Toledo News. pdf
  7. Abdul Alkalimat and the Toledo Spiders. 2002. Theoretical notes for the eToledo project. An anthology of five documents. June 2002. University of Toledo Africana Studies program, Toledo, OH. pdf
  8. Abdul Alkalimat, ed. 2004. Cyberorganizing. A compilation of ten articles by Abdul Alkalimat and Kate Williams. For the Murchison Community Center. 2004. Africana Studies Program, University of Toledo. pdf
  9. Abdul Alkalimat. 2007. Why is James Ashley not in the history books? University of Toledo Law Review Vol. 38 No. 3. pdf
  10. Abdul Alkalimat and Rubin Patterson, editors. 2018. Black Toledo. A documentary history of the African American Experience in Toledo, Ohio. Brill Publishers. link
  11. Find more relating to Toledo on the Websites and Audioviz pages.

Black Liberation Month News ^

  1. Black Liberation Month News 1972, version a. Peoples College, Nashville. pdf
  2. Black Liberation Month News 1972, version b. Peoples College, Nashville. pdf
  3. Black Liberation Month News 1974. Peoples College, Nashville. pdf
  4. Black Liberation Month News 1978. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  5. Black Liberation Month News 1979. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  6. Black Liberation Month News 1980. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  7. Black Liberation Month News 1981. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  8. Black Liberation Month Proposal. 1981. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  9. Black Liberation Month News 1982. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  10. Black Liberation Month News 1983. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  11. Black Liberation Month News 1984. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  12. Black Liberation Month News 1985. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
  13. Black Liberation Month News 1986. Peoples College, Chicago. pdf
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