The Works
of
John Henrik Clarke

    Books Authored
  1. Rebellion in Rhyme (Poetry); The Dicker Press, Prairie City, IL. 1948 Reprinted, Africa World Press, Trenton, NJ, 1991.
  2. New Dimensions of African World History; Africa World Press, Trenton, NJ. 1991.
  3. Christopher Columbus and the African Holocaust: Notes for an African World Revolution; Africa World Press, Trenton, NJ. 1991.
  4. Notes for an African World Revolution: Africans at the Crossroads; Africa World Press, Lawrenceville, NJ. 1991.
  5. African People in World History; Black Classic Press, Philidelphia, 1993.
  6. Who Betrayed the African Revolution and Six Major Speeches; Institute of African Affairs, Kent State University, 1994.

    Books Edited or Containing Introductions, Commentaries, or Essays
  1. The Lives of Great African Chiefs, Pittsburgh Courier Publishing Company, 1958.
  2. Harlem, A Community in Transition; Citidel Press, NY, 1964.
  3. Harlem, U.S.A., Seven Seas Publishers, Berlin, Germany, 1965; Revised Edition, Collier Books, NY, 1971.
  4. American Negro Short stories (An Anthology), Hill and Wang, Inc., NY. 1966: Reprinted as A Century of the Best Black American Short Stories, Hill and Wang, NY, 1992.
  5. William Styron's Nat Turner: Ten Black Writers Respond, Beacon Press, Boston, 1968.
  6. Malcolm X: The Man and His Times, MacMillan Co. NY, 1969; African World Press, Trenton, 1990.
  7. What's It All About, Edited with Vincent Harding, Holt, Rinhart & Wiston, Inc., NY, 1969.
  8. History and Culture of Africa, Aevac, Inc., Educational Publishers, New York City, 1969.
  9. Slavery and the Slave Trade, Edited with Vincent Harding, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc., NY, 1970.
  10. Harlem: Voices From The Soul Of Black America, New American Library, NY, 1970.
  11. Black Titan: W.E.B. DuBois, Edited with the Editors of Freedomways, Beacon Press, Boston, 1971.
  12. World's Great Men of Color, Vols I & II by J.A Rogers, (Revised and Updated with Commentary), Collier-MacMillan, Co., NY, 1972.
  13. Marcus Garvey and The Vision of Africa, Random House, NY, 1973.
  14. Black Families in the American Economy, An E.C.C.A. publication, Community Counselors Associates, Inc., Washington, D.C., 1975.
  15. Paul Robeson: The Great Forerunner, with the editors of Freedomways Magazine, Dood Mead & Co., NY, 1978.
  16. Pan-Africanixm and the Liberation of Southern Africa: A Tribute to W.E.B. DuBois, United Nations Centre Against Apartheid and the African Heritage Studies Association, NY, 1978.
  17. Dimensions of the Struggle Against Apartheid: A Tribute to Paul Robeson, United Nations Centre Against Apartheid and the African Heritage Studies Association, NY, 1979.

    Pamphlets
  1. Black/White Alliences: A Historical Perspective, Third World Press, Chicago, IL, 1975.
    Part I & Part II
  2. The State of the Race, Los Angeles Chapter, The Pan-African Secretariet, Los Angeles, CA. 1980.
  3. Thoughts on the African World at the Crossroads, N.E.R.A.C., Educational Pamphlets, Guyana, South America, 1980.
  4. End of the Age of Grandeur and the Beginning of the Slave Trade, Institute of Afro-American Affairs, New York University, New York, NY, 1981.
  5. Can African People Save Themselves, Alkebulanian, Inc., Detroit, MI, 1990.
  6. Africans Away From Home, Institute for Independent Education, Washington, D.C., 1988, revised and expanded, 1993.

    Unfinished Works
  1. Pan-Africanism: A Brief History of an Idea in the African World
  2. Immigrants Against Their Will
  3. The African Global Experience in Politics, History & Literature
  4. Journey to the Fair (a novel)
  5. Gallery of Lonely People (short stories)

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