Inner-City-Voice Vol. No. (Febraury 1971)

Archive #

690312

Item Name

Inner-City Voice Vol. 3 No. 1

Author

(no listed)

Type | Pages

Newspaper

Date

February 1971

Location | Publisher

Detroit, MI: (no publisher listed)

Protest

Revolutionary Union Movement strikes

The League of Revolutionary Black Workers represents the highest form of struggle which the conscious insurgent movement of black labor has reach being guided by revolutionary principles and striving to unite all black workers , we will certainly be victorious.


Official organ of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers


FOLLOW the DRUM ROAD

dare to fight… dare to win
support the international black appeal

Over the course of three years Inner-City Voice went through many incarnations due to the influence of students and members of the revolutionary black workers movement. This third and final incarnation, as noted by historian Ursula McTaggart in her book Guerrillas in the Industrial Jungle, became simply the Inner-City Voice.

More information on the editors, contributors, and contents to come.